The Tawhiri development on Hoskyns Road in Rolleston adjoins the highly desirable Izone Business Hub and is near the Iport Business Park. Market interest is strong; contact us today to register your interest.
The site is well positioned for major transit links including: Metroport freight hub - Port of Tauranga; Port of Lyttleton; Midland - inland port; State Highway and KiwiRail networks; Christchurch International Airport; Southern Motorway.
Ngāi Tahu Property is providing choice and flexibility with land sales and design/build/lease options. The development has opportunities to suit national corporates, owner-occupier businesses and investors.
A number of lots are already under negotiation as indicated on the Tawhiri Masterplan which can be viewed below.
Existing sectors nearby
The Hoskyns Road development in Rolleston adjoins the highly desirable Izone Business Hub and is near the Iport Business Park.
|Freight and Logistics||Warehousing||Food Processing|
|Address||151 Hoskyns Road, Rolleston, Selwyn District|
|Total development Area||32 hectares|
|Lot sizes||0.1 hectares - 2.8 hectares|
|Construction partners||No ties to specific construction companies|
|Development options||Freehold land for sale|
|Design, build, lease|
|Transport links||Easy access to main routes of South Island|
|Flexibility||Lot sizes can be customised to suit|
Significance of the name Tawhiri
Rolleston now stands on former extensive grasslands, which were a rich mahinga kai-food and resource gathering area for Ngāi Tahu people. In 1868 Tawhiri Henare Pereita, a leading chief from Kaiapoi, claimed lands between Ōtautahi-Christchurch and Waikirikiri-the Selwyn River on behalf of the Kaiapoi Ngāi Tahu. While there were no other claimants, the claim was dismissed because the land had already been sold by the Crown. Tawhiri Henare Pereita had knowledge of mahinga kai throughout the Canterbury Plains/Kā Pākihi Whakatekateka o Waitaha. He was also a key informant to Pākehā ethnographers as they were recording histories from Kaiapoi Māori for some of the first published texts on Te Waipounamu Māori history. The Ngāi Tahu Property development in Rolleston is an opportunity to further acknowledge the rangatiratanga and claim of Tawhiri Henare Pereita to the area.