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  • Building consent drop less than expected
    A drop in building consents in January wasn’t enough to reverse a trend of increasing construction activity, Statistics NZ said today. “The trend for new dwellings has doubled since the historic low point in March 2011, but is still 28% below the peak in January 2004,” industry and labour statistics manager Blair Cardno said.
    28-02-2014 more >>
  • LVR limits have limited impact: Westpac
    Macroprudential tools, such as loan-to-value restrictions, have modest effects that tend to be short-lived, Westpac economist Michael Gordon says.
    29-08-2013 more >>
  • Building consent numbers hit five-year high
    The number of building consents issued in April rose across most parts of the country last month, compared to the year before, Statistics New Zealand said.
    30-05-2013 more >>
  • House building down
    Retirement village construction plans was behind an increase in building consents of 1.9% in February.
    28-03-2013 more >>
  • Tools no substitute for OCR: Economists
    Macroprudential tools won’t be a substitute for official cash rate (OCR) increases, according to economists.
    13-03-2013 more >>

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