Townsend Fields presents a living space that enhances your outdoor experience with open countryside. Surrounded by recreational reserves, waterways, native planting and recreational walkways and paths, Townsend Fields is a dynamic subdivision creatively designed and located at the end of Townsend Road in Rangiora. Simply put, it’s the town’s newest, eco-friendly location to call home.
Whether it is retirees looking for a tranquil, peaceful setting or families wishing to raise their children in a safe, family-friendly environment, Townsend Fields is the natural choice for living. Lot sizes begin at a spacious at 600m2. Stage 1a is now complete and has 45 lots available for purchase. The land is TC1 rated (meaning future land damage from liquefaction is unlikely)so residents can be rest assured the associated natural spaces will be less impacted by any future seismic activity.
Stage 1a is NOW available to purchase, with Stage 1b available in May/June 2019. There will be five stages in total.
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Behind the Project
Townsend Fields operates via Steve Wakefield as director and Justin Busbridge as General Manager. The development contracted True Line Civil to undertake all of the construction work under the guidance of Eliot Sinclair and Partners, who are the engineer to the contract. Eliot Sinclair and Partners were briefed to ensure there was minimal disturbance to the natural amenity of the landscape. Townsend Fields is fortunate to have entered the development realm when the prominence of the ecological and cultural significance was at the forefront of the sector. Townsend Fields presents a living space to Rangiora that enhances the occupant’s outdoor experience by having access to recreational reserves and the wildlife the surroundings will attract.
Environmental Step Change Award Finalist
Townsend Fields foremost aim is to ensure their design preserved its natural beauty. This secured the developers with a place as a finalist in the ‘Environmental Step Change Award’ in the 2018 Enterprise North Canterbury Business Awards – a huge and notable achievement to acknowledge the intensely hard efforts the developers have done to ensure Townsend Fields is created with preserving nature in mind.
For commuters heading to Christchurch CBD, the Northern Corridor Project which is underway brings many benefits to the Christchurch and Canterbury community by unlocking space to provide safe solutions for all travel modes. The CNC Project includes options for cyclists, pedestrians and private vehicles, and allows for improved public transport routes and infrastructure. The CNC will make travel times in and out of Christchurch more reliable via all main routes – the CNC, Main North Road, Marshland Road and the Western Belfast Bypass (SH1). For more information on the CNC project, visit: www.nzta.govt.nz
New Kerbside Collection Service for 2019
Waimakariri District’s $2 million per year kerbside collection and transfer station operation contract has been awarded to Waste Management New Zealand Ltd, following sign-off by Council last week. The contract involves the provision and delivery of wheelie bins for the two new bin collection services for rubbish and organics. This is on top of continuing recycling bin and rubbish bag collections and the operation and maintenance of the Districts two transfer stations and resource recovery park. Read more here: https://www.waimakariri.govt.nz/your-council/news-and-information/2018/12/enhanced-kerbside-collection-service-takes-a-leap-forward