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Written by Keri Molloy, The Bay Chronicle   
Friday, 05 February 2010

A council notice advising that cats should not be kept in the wider Whangaroa-Waipapa-Kerikeri area will have an impact on the property market, say real estate agents.

Two agents report loss of sales recently because of the Conservation Department-drafted advice, supplied with Land Information Memorandum reports and issued by the council.

The kiwi areas are based on an assessment from DOC's kiwi advocates about where the birds are found in Northland, supported by call count information.

These LIM reports provide prospective property buyers with current and historical information on land and property.

The notice recommends no cats or mustelids (stoats, ferrets, weasels) and no more than two dogs per household in kiwi areas.

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