Summerset gets green light for St Johns village, buys Canterbury land

Jenny Ruth
Wed, 27 Nov 2019

Summerset Group says it has been given the green light by the Environment Court to build its proposed retirement village in St Johns, Auckland and that it has bought land in the Selwyn district southwest of Christchurch for a new site.The retirement village operator says there were no appeals to the Environment Court decision and that St Johns is a mature suburb with very few retirement or aged care options."We are looking forward to providing the eastern suburbs with a beautifully designed retirement village which is complementary to the disti...
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