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Hereheretau C4B

Hereheretau C4B is a 21.0967 hectare property, situated in Whakaki, approximately 19 kilometres Wairoa. The land is split into four severances that are predominantly flat in contour with a section of medium/steep hill on the northern severance. The northern severance is located on the northern side of Maungatiaki Road, the middle severances are located on either side of the Palmerston North-Gisborne railway line and the southern severance adjoins the coast. The block has frontage to Maungatiaki Road and State Highway 2.
The property is utilised for grazing and cropping purposes.

Land Information

Land area:
21.0967 hectares
Location:
State Highway 2, Nuhaka
Region:
Hawkes Bay
Māori Land Court region:
Tairawhiti
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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There are 232 people or whānau trusts who have shares in Hereheretau C4B.

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