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Te Arai land being cleared – further update

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Further to our post on 26 Feb, it appears a great deal of clearing has been going on, we believe it is in the area that is proposed for housing (either that or it would make a great golf course!). Also the pine trees in the wetlands area are about half cleared.

The machines are working again today (Monday 5th March)  up at the northern end. Why are they doing this and under what authority?

If you know of anyone with a plane or helicopter it would be really useful to get an aerial view to line up the clearing with the proposal.

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