Civic building

Panuku has worked tirelessly over the past five years to ensure the Civic Administration Building can be conserved as an enduring landmark in our city (NZ Herald, June 24).
But the building has significant problems - it's leaky, a fire risk and asbestos is embedded throughout.
Panuku has secured a developer to restore the building, save ratepayers more than $80 million in restoration costs and bring much needed amenity to the southern corner of Aotea Square.
The developer is subject to strict provisions to ensure the heritage features of this historic building are protected.
As part of the development agreement, the

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