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Written by Keri Molloy - The Bay Chronicle,   
Thursday, 13 March 2008

A 233 unit residential village proposed for Rainbow Falls Rd could be the biggest development Kerikeri has ever seen.

The multi-million dollar Quail Ridge Country Club, designed for people aged more than 55 years, is planned for a 16ha site at the end of Rainbow Falls Rd, offering an upmarket ‘country club lifestyle’ in a park like environment.

The site comprises two adjoining properties, owned by Kerikeri residents Jill and Don Cottle and David and Margo Turley.

Their company, Kerikeri Investments, has lodged an application for resource consent for the development, which will feature 107 stand alone houses, 25 duplex houses, 12 smaller townhouses and 24 apartments. An on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system is proposed.

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