Titanium Park Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Waikato Regional Airport Limited (WRAL)
WRAL is a council-controlled organisation owned by Hamilton City, Otorohanga, Waipa, Waikato and Matamata-Piako District Councils and is made up of Hamilton Airport, Titanium Park Limited, Hamilton and Waikato Tourism and Jet Park Hotel Hamilton Airport.
A key advantage of Titanium Park and its surrounds is the area’s accessibility and connectivity.
Offering direct access to the State Highway network, Titanium Park has been designed to optimise traffic movements and accommodate large vehicle access, making it an ideal base for your operation.
Titanium Park is also positioned effectively for the Southern Links roading project, which is currently in progress. Updates on the Southern Links project can be found here.
The Waikato region is one of the most productive regions in New Zealand. Its prime location and diverse economy are the springboard for innovation and boundless opportunity.
$8b economy (Hamilton) - 4th largest in NZ
Fast growing population - Waikato 497,000
Skilled workforce - 39% degree qualified
Hamilton Airport is the second busiest certificated airport for flight movements in New Zealand. With a catchment of around 497,000 people Hamilton Airport boasts the fourth longest commercial runway in the country and provides travellers with a gateway to the central North Island.
The airport itself is surrounded by a vibrant aviation community which includes pilot training organisations, helicopter operators, aircraft manufacturers and aviation maintenance businesses.
Future-proof your business here. Everything from the unique zoning, resource consent process and ease of access, to the total flexibility around lot sizes and usage, has been specifically designed to meet the needs of business.
This focus on planning, means Titanium Park will meet your needs now, and in the future, better than any other potential location for your operation.
For more reasons as to why this is a great place to live and work, click here.
Titanium Park is a master planned business park designed with enduring quality in mind. Covenants and design guidelines have been developed to protect your investment, by setting standards and maintaining quality on a lot by lot basis.
Titanium Park management will apply these high standards at a park-wide level through streetscapes, landscaping and good design. In particular these mechanisms will address:
- Landscaped areas
- Footpaths and edges
- Entrance gateways
- Design guidelines to preserve standards of design and finishes
- Site storm water flow paths and swales; and
- Infrastructure maintenance
Design guidelines have been prepared for each precinct at Titanium Park setting out standards and desired objectives including in relation to:
- Building setbacks, primarily on internal road edges and lot boundaries, where the building form can impact on the public and private domain;
- Building height, bulk and scale of buildings, particularly to avoid excessive bulk or overshadowing; and
- Landscaping zones to produce a predominantly “green environment” in which business and recreational activities can flourish.
Design guidelines attach to the property’s title and allow for a Design Review Committee to review and approve the architectural design, landscaping and built form within the development.
A quality address
Place branding also contributes to the quality of place and address. With a single developer and overall master plan, Titanium Park will benefit from "whole of site" marketing and branding.
Along with our design guidelines, this will promote consistently high quality across Titanium Park precincts. If you are looking to join a consistently high quality business park, Titanium Park is an excellent opportunity.
Construction management guidelines
Development within Titanium Park must also be in accordance with the Construction Management guidelines, ensuring consistency of construction protocols within the development.
For example, the Construction Management guidelines will cover health and safety management, allowing for continued accessibility throughout construction, consideration of other users, and environmental management.