The waterfront sections present a unique opportunity for businesses that want access to water. The vendor has management rights to the water space in front of the lots which support property owners needing coastal water space consent to operate. This means that subject to consent, property owners could build a jetty, boat ramp or pontoons in front of their land. On the roadside, businesses will have prime road frontage on the main arterial route into Port Nikau.
If your business has any of the following requirements, it could be exactly the right fit:
- Access to deep water
- Regular berthing requirements
- Easy vehicle access from Port Road
- Light Industrial Zone
- Large flat area for workshop or factory
With all lots now sold, an active commercial scene is constant on Logyard Road. An extension with 5 more lots is planned for 2021.
Land to the south of Logyard Road is classed as Port Nikau Development Plan in the Whangarei District Plan. The 89ha Port Nikau Development Plan is a fully developed urban designed residential zone with a central town centre and marina precinct.
The project will include quality residential precincts, village centre, entertainment and recreational areas and business and commercial precincts, all guided by the Urban Design Protocol to create a quality urban design. Land to the west of Logyard Road (towards the hills) will be a mixture of business activities. The details of the Port Nikau Environment are available on the Whangarei District Council website.
Across the wider development, landscaping is underway, with walking and cycling access to allow the public to enjoy the Port Nikau space available in early 2021. Engineering design of infrastructure, roading and construction of the waterfront development around Port Nikau’s village centre will continue through 2021. It is anticipated that residential construction will get underway in late 2022.