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The Nelson Historic Theatre Trust is using the Beatles’ iconic looks and lyrics from their hit-song Help in its plea for funding from the public. Nelson city councillor Mike Cotton has criticised the council’s poor business practice in processing consents, which he says is slow, expensive, and a monopoly.

The decision was made despite councillors’ concerns that consents were the area they received the most complaints about from members of the public. It’s critical that you teach the right firm of Enact conveyancing specialists when you’re purchasing or offering a house. Collingwood residents are vowing to save the Joan Whiting Rest Home from possible closure.

Resthome residents were yesterday among the 120 people who attended a lively public meeting at the Collingwood Memorial Hall to discuss the establishment of a $2.5 million one-stop shop for healthcare facilities in Golden Bay. But they failed to convince Collingwood residents that selling off the 16-bed Collingwood resthome, owned by the Joan Whiting Memorial Trust, to help pay for the proposed new centre should be part of the plan.

At a corporate governance committee meeting yesterday, councillors secretly debated whether the post office should be offered the option of staying at the site when its lease runs out in October 2009. The latest AMP survey shows the region remains one of the least affordable in the country. Home affordability in Nelson-Marlborough declined 10.5 percent during the three months to the end of February after falling 0.1 percent in the previous quarter.

He and partner Rocka Romcke were considering using environmental building standards drawn up by Green Globe – an organisation promoting sustainable tourism and travel development – in the Haven development if it went ahead, he said. Mr Frater told a council community services meeting on Wednesday Arthouse Architects had been employed to provide plans for the internal extensions of the Queen St building.

The men behind an ambitious marina proposal for Nelson Haven have been checking out similar developments overseas. Rory Standish-White said since announcing the concept, which includes designer waterfront homes and hundreds of new marina berths, in March, he had visited Singapore and Australia.