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Richmond

Colliers | Richmond

Level 1, 28 Oxford Street, Richmord, 7020, New Zealand
 

Colliers in Richmond forms part of our national rural and agribusiness valuation and advisory division. The team specialise in forestry and land valuation as well as  providing a full suite of rural and agribusiness valuation and advisory services across horticulture, pastoral land, infrastructure, compensation, water and irrigation, specialised assets, post-farm gate infrastructure, litigation support, expert witness and arbitration.

 

With several experienced forestry land valuers on the team and a registered forestry consultant we are one of the few valuation firms in the country that can offer integrated forestry land and tree crop valuations, from individual assets to large scale portfolio projects with various land uses. Our national Rural Property Valuations team were the first valuation practice to get accredited under Property Industry Quality Assurance (PIQA) programme.

 

Specialised forestry services: 

  • Forestry land valuations
  • Tree crop valuations
  • Emission trading scheme
  • Afforestation
  • Rental assessments
  • Highest and best use analysis
  • Large scale multi-industry portfolios
  • Compensation
  • Due diligence

Latest news

26 Nov 2021

Expanding Nelson ripe for new home improvement and lifestyle centre

A buoyant Nelson economy is being reflected in a bullish attitude in its retail and trade retail sector, following the residential housing growth in the region.
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26 Nov 2021

Prominent Christchurch site set for auction

Disappointed residential investors and developers who’ve missed out on recent sales in Christchurch will have another opportunity when a prime site goes under the hammer in early December.
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Latest research

1 Aug 2021

New Zealand Forestry Market Update| August 2021

Land for forestry purposes continues to be in high demand and we are seeing a good level of sales activity, supported by strong commodity prices and upward pressure to carbon prices.
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2 Nov 2020

New Zealand Forestry Market Update| November 2020

The demand for forestry land for both tree crop and carbon farming continues unabated despite significant fluctuations in the export log prices occurring from February this year as a result of COVID 19.
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