TITANIUM PARK IN THE MEDIA
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ACUITY MAGAZINE ARTICLE, JANUARY 2021
Hamilton Airport's group finance manager has piloted the business through extraordinary changes, and his calm and steady approach belies perceptions about age and experience.
"You start coaching people into the technical skills they need initially but as the leadership journey evolves, you can't be frightened of empowering others to be better than you in the end." - Scott Kendall CA
WAIKATO BUSINESS NEWS ARTICLE, OCTOBER 2020
Buyer interest is high as work resumes on opening up new commercial and industrial land at Titanium Park beside Hamilton Airport. With stage four of the central precinct underway, the three previous stages are already sold out, while on the southern precinct, only one lot remains.
"Generally when a digger turns up, the phone starts going. It creates a lot of excitement" - Dion Merson, Property Manager.
WAIKATO TIMES ARTICLE, DECEMBER 2020
Land sales at Titanium Park are a key part of the company’s future, and the land is highly competitive with comparable industrial and commercial offerings in the north of Te Rapa, and there are no development contributions required.
‘‘We have been mightily surprised at the level of demand and enquiry for the airport land. Demand has been so high the (Airport) board has decided to go ahead with Stage 5 and a scheme plan is expected early next year, ahead of their previous business plan." - Sean Stephens, NAI Harcourts
SCOOP ARTICLE, NOVEMBER 2020
The land and building housing a multi-purposed light industrial unit and chic residential dwelling immediately adjacent to one of New Zealand’s busiest airports has been placed on the market for sale.