Belvedere Development was formed as a new branch to the company to work in partnership with land owners and developers to jointly build prestigious housing projects.
We welcome the opportunity discuss potential developments projects with interested parties.
Two recent partnerships were for houses to be sold to raise funds for charity organisations:
Simon Maxwell (left), manager of The Lakes; Paul Adams, chairman of the building committee of Waipuna Hospice; and Trevor Wilkinson, managing director of Belvedere Construction
It was smiles all round at the Waipuna Hospice fundraising home last night as guests gathered to celebrate the end of the mammoth project. More than 100 people who supported, donated or gave time to the project were thanked for their contributions, which transformed a bare section into a complete house in less than 26 weeks.
For Paul Adams, chairman of the building committee of Waipuna Hospice, seeing the completed house was extremely rewarding. "We've been astounded with the level of commitment and generosity people have given this project," he said. "People have contributed a quarter of a million dollars just on the house and section and we are very grateful for the support the community has given the Waipuna Hospice."
Two main contributors to the project had been Grasshopper Properties and Belvedere Construction, which had respectively donated the section and resources to build the home.
Simon Maxwell, manager of The Lakes, said he was "very proud" to be involved with such a worthy organisation. "This has been such a good project to be involved in and we'll continue to look at other involvement down the line," he said.