In the heart of Beachlands
We hand pick our village locations to ensure residents have the best of both worlds – idyllic and relaxing retirement living that’s also close to local amenities. The site for our Pohutukawa Landing village is in the heart of Beachlands and is close to beautiful Pine Harbour. It will also be a stone’s throw away from local shops and is fast becoming one of Auckland’s most desirable suburbs with it’s relaxed and easy living not too far from Auckland city.
A place to call home. A place to live the life you choose.
The Pohutukawa Landing village is planned to provide total freedom, backed by round the clock security and a full continuum of care for peace of mind living. Residents will also enjoy all the benefits of living in your own home without the hassle of maintenance as we will take care of all external maintenance, including ground, gardens and cleaning gutters. This village will also have all the benefits that come with a Metlifecare retirement village, for more information on our assurances click here.
Plenty of progress
There has been a lot of site works progressing the last 6 months. The works generally comprise filling in a central gully, installing public drainage, constructing perimeter retaining walls to enable utilities and extension of Winterman and Seventh View Avenue to begin. To give you an idea of the magnitude of earthworks, we have had to import approximately 14,000m3 of fill to achieve the desired site levels. This stage always seems to me to take a long time but is important to set the solid platform for the future. The majority of these works will be complete around the middle of this year with some residual works around Ninth View and eastern boundary to occur next summer.
Building works will begin on the first stage villas in May this year so it won’t be long before you will see framing start to take shape, always an exciting milestone so watch this space we will post progress reports on the web site and in newsletters
Yes it has been along time coming, but as they say “Good things take time”