Projects

Thomson Survey has been involved in small and large-scale projects across the entire Far North region of Northland. Below is a small selection of past projects that the company has been involved in.

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Kerikeri Stone Store Basin

This area is steeped in New Zealand history and attractions including: Kemp House (the oldest European house in New Zealand), the Stone Store, St James Church, Kororipo Pa, Rewa’s Village and the Kerikeri River. With the opening of the Heritage Bypass the old one way bridge became a walking bridge, and the area restored and […]
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Rural Subdivisions

For many years Thomson Survey Ltd have carried out many different styles and sizes of rural subdivisions throughout the Far North. We can design a development that best suits the needs of the client and the features of the land. We will prepare and lodge the resource consent application and follow this through to consent […]
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Ranui Gardens

Ranui Gardens boasts 114 urban residential lots and 16 industrial lots all within five minutes walking distance to the centre of Kerikeri. It includes several reserves, walking access ways and extensive landscaping to enhance the unique small town feel of Kerikeri.
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Matauri Bay

Boasting over a kilometre of stunning white sand beaches and pristine azure waters, Northland's Matauri Bay is one of New Zealand's natural treasures. This unique New Zealand coastal property development is designed to create an eco-friendly living environment that celebrates open spaces. The 139 Lots are tucked into slopes of the Matauri Bay hills, enabling […]
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Kaitaia Hospital Redevelopment

This hospital facility is a credit to many people, not least to the DHB and local health professionals, but mostly to this community's commitment and its refusal to give up on quality health services. - Annette King
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Cape Reinga

Transit NZ sealing last 19km to Cape Reinga Department of Conservation upgrades to visitor facilities at Te Rerenga Wairua The huge investment by the New Zealand Government was designed to bring increased employment opportunities to the local community, increase eco-tourism opportunities, and improve visitor experience. The Cape Reinga site of Te Ara Wairua (spiritual pathway) […]
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