Fulton Hogan is currently working to develop a number of sites in and around the Christchurch region, primarily to develop the 6,000 sections required for dwellings needed to re-house residents made homeless by the earthquake events in 2010 and 2011.
The company has a history of land development in this area, with one recent project involving the completion of Broad Oaks, a major hillside residential development located on the Port Hills, 5kms south of Christchurch’s City Centre. This development, on the site of the former Broad Oaks Sanatorium, was the first South Island development to receive the ‘Award of Merit’ for design.
Currently, Fulton Hogan has two major developments underway– one at Lincoln, involving residential construction on nearly 92 ha of land, and one at Hallswell on 117 ha of land.
Fulton Hogan is the developer behind the 900-section Rosemerryn subdivision in Lincoln, 22 kilometres south of Christchurch. To date, some 200 sections have been developed along with sites for a preschool and a commercial area.
Fulton Hogan is also the developer of the Hallswell subdivisions Longhurst and Knights Stream Park. Spread across the two sites, this development will comprise a $250 million master-planned community with 1400 sections, reserves, a small shopping centre and a school. As of September 2014, 340 homes have been occuplied with another 150 currently in construction.