Rodney Times : January 25th 2010
5 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 25, 2011 NEWS 3d Moana Avenue, Orewa Open7days •PH094263258 BRING IN THIS VOUCHER * conditions apply % % PHONE LESLEY 09 424 2210 For a FREE MEASURE & QUOTE WINDOW DÉCOR LTD RODNEY Mobile "In-your-home" service 20 years in interior design More samples than the average store Special Pensioners discount BLINDS & CURTAINS Purchasing Beautiful UP TO 40% OFF VENETIANS / VERTICALS WOODENS AT FACTORY PRICES FREE CURTAIN MAKING (OVER $30m) couldn't be easier 3393755AA Supermarket coming to Silverdale Coming soon: Silverdale will have a Pak'nSave on the site opposite the State Highway 17 and East Coast Rd intersection. By CARALISE MOORE Earthworks are under way in Silverdale for a 24-hour Pak'nSave. The site opposite the State Highway 17 and East Coast Rd intersection will be home to the 6090 square metre Foodstuffs' supermarket and gas station. The multi-million dollar supermarket is due to open mid-2012 and will be nearer the eastern part of the site. A carpark to the west will have at least 308 spaces. Pak'n Save Silverdale will have a local owner-operator, Foodstuffs property develop- ment general manager Angela Bull says. We will employ between 150 and 200 people, not to mention employment oppor- tunities in construction in the area now. Silverdale is an exciting opportunity for Pak'nSave and I've had calls from people in the surrounding area asking when we are coming.'' An unmanned fuel facility will be to the north-west of the building within the carpark. Access for the devel- opment is to be off the East Coast Rd extension, which is the subject of a separate con- sent. Ms Bull says construction will be done in two phases. We are working closely with the council which will be extending the East Coast Rd through the current intersec- tion and past the Pak'nSave site, constructing in conjunc- tion with our site. It makes good sense to do both sets of earthworks at the same time in the good weather we now have. Our resource consent was obtained in reliance to that road happening. There is a lot of work to be done and we have to work with the earthworks seasons.'' The resource consent appli- cation included consent for buildings and earthworks, the building to be 14.2 metres high, the removal of 104 trees and other vegetation, oper- ation of a drive-through fuel facility, exceeding the control for noise in an open space zone, the installation of a freestanding front yard sign and a fuel price sign. The former Rodney District Council granted consents subject a number of con- ditions, including landscaping, mitigation programmes, discharge con- sents, silt retention, sediment control, dust control, health and safety plans, traffic man- agement plans and drainage.
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