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This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 105% (4,270 people) Population growth in the city centre is expected to accelerate over the next 5-10 years, after having fallen by 33% between the 2003 and 2013 census. The … Read more Canterbury: Central Christchurch Read


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With its population forecast to increase by 254% within the next decade, Hobsonville is the fastest-growing area in Infometrics’ Regional Hotspots report released 24 November 2016. Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 254% (12,390 people) Population growth will accelerate as new housing supply expands and as the Northwestern Motorway and Waterview Connection becomes operational in 2017. Almost 8,000 dwellings in the Hobsonville … Read more Auckland: Hobsonville Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 74% (5,190 people) The Tauranga Eastern Link has increased the attractiveness for businesses and households to be sited in Papamoa. In the short-term, retail and other service growth in the … Read more Bay of Plenty: Papamoa Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 54% (24,590 people) The Beachlands-Drury area has room for 12,000 new dwellings across 11 Special Housing Areas with 90% of these in Flat Bush, Hingaia and Takanini. Large population growth … Read more Auckland: Beachlands-Drury Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 85% (22,790 people) The drift in population since the Christchurch earthquakes in 2011 has been another contributor to population growth and residential development in Rolleston, Wigram, Prebbleton, Lincoln and around … Read more Canterbury: Southwest Christchurch Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 25% (5,760 people) Apartment conversions helped facilitate a revitalisation of Central Wellington during the 1990s and 2000s as many company head offices relocated. A surplus of lower-grade office space followed … Read more Wellington: Central Wellington Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 70% (10,980 people) Improved facilities and the spill-over from Auckland’s strong population growth and housing affordability has made Northern Hamilton a popular area. Completion of the Hamilton section of the … Read more Waikato: North Hamilton Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 47% (24,410 people) Strong population growth is expected close to the waterfront, particularly in the Wynyard Quarter, which is aimed at the upper-end of the market. The international education sector … Read more Auckland: Central Auckland Read


This article is part of the Regional Hotspots report. To find out more about the report and other hotspots, click here Highlights Population growth 2013-2023: 29% (5,880 people) Substantial population increases in Arrowtown, Wanaka and Cromwell reflect population pressures and less affordable housing in Queenstown. Major developments are planned in Wanaka, including the mixed-use Three … Read more Otago: Central Otago Read

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