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  •   Home > News > Local Politics

    Tauranga City Council has revealed it's paid nearly 30 million dollars, as its part of an out-of-court settlement over historical defective building claims for a Mount Maunganui building

    Tauranga City Council has revealed it's paid nearly 30 million dollars, as its part of an out-of-court settlement over historical defective building claims for a Mount Maunganui building


    It was alleged the Pacific Apartments, built in 2006, had weather-tightness problems, as well as structural and passive fire issues.

    The council and other parties settled with the owners for a confidential sum this month.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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