Take a look at one of our latest subdivisions

We pride ourselves on delivering high quality subdivisions that are affordable, sustainable, and that foster great community living. Leighton Park is one of our latest works, located in Woburn just 5 minutes from Lower Hutt and 20 Minutes to the Wellington CBD.

See our work, all over Wellington & Kapiti region

Our team work on subdivisions all over Wellington -building new developments, Town & Terrace houses, Architecturally designed homes & Traditional Homes. We're really proud of the work we do to help Wellington families build their dream spaces. Check out our video here!

Welcome to Newlands' newest subdivision. 

With a mix of three and four bedroom homes starting at $745,000, these homes all sit on freehold titles. We offer homes at different stages from built and complete, under construction, or yet to be started.

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Te Puna Wai Papakāinga opens first home for Wainuiomata whānau



Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika is a step closer to providing homes for future generations following the opening of Te Rā Whakatō Mouri, the first stage of their Te Puna Wai Papakāinga Housing Project. The project is planned to provide 82 homes, opening the doors to a new life for whānau in Wainuiomata. Port Nicholson Trustee Ihakara Puketapu Dentice says it's a communal Māori land where whānau can come together and support each other, “under our mountain Pukeatua, next to our spring Pukeatua”. But it was a very rocky road getting there, regarding land retention. If whanau didn't take them, some propertiesRead more

Te Puna Wai Papakāinga opens first home for Wainuiomata whānau



10 September is a very special date. It's the opening date for Waiwhetu Marae, Wainuiomata Marae and now the opening of the first whanau home at Te Puna Wai, the Papakāinga Housing development on Moohan St. One of the many wonderful outcomes is that Te Puna Wai, in partnership with Friday Homes, is offering building apprenticeships. Nanaia Mahuta MP - Hauraki-Waikato awarded tool belts today to the first two apprentices. Te Puna Ora "is created and led by Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika ( Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust). It is being developed by The Wellington Company,Read more