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Written by Wayne Thompson, The New Zealand Herald   
Friday, 13 July 2007

Both housing plans at Long Bay cater for thousands of people. Photo / Greg Bowker

The fate of the rural backdrop to Long Bay Regional Park will again come under scrutiny next week when two versions of plans to build houses there are presented to the Environment Court.

North Shore City Council's view of what makes for sustainable development of the greenfields site will be challenged by a major land owner, the developer Landco.

Landco says its land can accommodate 7740 people but the council believes its plan for 4500 to 5000 people treads the delicate balance between catering for urban growth and preserving heritage and environmental values.

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