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Papatupu 1B2 & 13B (Papatupu 1B2,13B & 1A Trust)

Papatupu 1B2 & 13B is a 10.4433 hectare property situated on Ngutuwera Road, approximately 6.5 kilometres from Waitotara. The land ranges from flat to steep hill in contour and presents as three severances. Papaptupu 1B2 is dissected by Ngutuwera Road into two sections. Papatupu 13B is located approximately 750 metres down the road, on the western side of the former Waipapa marae site. Papatupu 1B2 is accessed from Ngutuwera Road and Papatupu 13B is accessed via adjoining land.
The block is currently utilised for sheep and beef grazing in conjunction with adjoining land.

Land Information

Land area:
10.4433 hectares
Location:
Ngutuwera Road, Waitotara
Region:
Taranaki
Māori Land Court region:
Aotea
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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There are 351 people or whānau trusts who have shares in Papatupu 1B2 & 13B (Papatupu 1B2,13B & 1A Trust).

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