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Written by Pamela Peters / Whangarei District Council   
Wednesday, 19 April 2006
From "Pamela's Report Column" 29 March
I know there are many residents who still feel in a bit of a "no man's land" over the issue, wondering what they can or can't do with their Coastal or Coastal Countryside land, should they consider subdivision. So, in layman's terms, this is what they need to know...
Read more at: "Pamela's Report Column" 29 March.
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