The November Issue

New subdivision ready for take-off

A planned new subdivision for Omarama will give a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘taxi to your door’. Scott and Dee-Ann Fitzgerald have recently been granted the consent needed to develop the subdivision of the land bounded by Chain Hills Hwy, Prohibition Rd and the Omarama Airfield. The new subdivision will be made up of 13 one hectare-plus sections and includes the Fitzgerald’s lot on which they plan to build and are in the process of developing. Scott said there had already been keen interest shown and “a couple of sites" have been held for buyers. “Now it is consented we can look to sell off the plan.” “Titles won't be issued for several months yet, but it allows people to lock something in." Eight of the sites will have an option to access the airfield giving buyers potential to build a small hangar and a home, fly in and taxi to the door. “They wouldn't be taxi-ing out directly onto the runway… rather onto the runway extension, also owned by the Omarama Airfield Company. Part of the terms and conditions for that arrangement would be . . .
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Inside November Issue

New subdivision ready for take-off
Plans to farewell Bo at airfield
Loch Laird at Labour Weekend - The last word
This was for you, Abby
Change of faces at the helm
All-round elegance won the day
$1.46m water treatment plant for Omarama
Plans to address footpath concerns
Open day marks start of the season
Winning streak comes to an end
Omarama water race to be refreshed

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