Waterloo Fire Station

Cuttriss were proud to be involved in the re-development of the Waterloo Fire Station, a heritage listed building. This project converted the Fire Station, which was decommissioned in 2007, into 14 residential units. The original façade was meticulously protected and restored through the works, and the original fireman’s pole can still be found inside the building. The development also included 8 freehold residential townhouses located on the northern side of the site.

This project shows what can be done when a great team comes together for a common cause, in this case to realise Friday Homes’ vision to revive the Waterloo Fire Station. The project has given life to the old building whilst ensuring the heritage values are maintained for our community to enjoy, with the added benefit of providing 14 remarkable new apartments.

Cuttriss were involved from the outset and worked with a number of stakeholders to successfully obtain resource consent from Hutt City Council. Cuttriss also managed the implementation of the consent, completing the civil engineering and land surveying through to the issue of new titles.

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