1989 - 2013:
Tachikawa Mill in operation on the Vaughan Rd site
October 2013: Tachikawa Forest Products placed into receivership, 130 jobs lost.
February 2014: Tachikawa site put on market by receivers KordaMentha.
Lumbercube Ltd granted consent for $1.3 million worth of internal operations on the site.
September 2015: Lumbercube starts operating.
December 2015: Noise complaints start to hit headlines with Lumbercube owners saying they are doing everything possible to solve the issue.
February 2016: Facebook group Eastside Residents Action Group set up by those unhappy with the noise, total number of complaints at 420.
Lumbercube starts operating night shift, more than 650 noise complaints received by the council to date.
April 2016: A protest outside the mill by those worried about noise. More than 1300 complaints received.
The company which owns Lumbercube - the Pedersen Group - bought out by Auckland-based investment company Maui Capital.
June 9, 2016: Rotorua Lakes Council releases agreed noise management plan with Lumbercube and says a decision whether to take further action will be made by July 21.
June 30, 2016: Pederson Group announces it will close down Lumbercube.