Available PropertyFiles:

  • Drury South Industrial Precinct.pdf
  • Geotechnical Design Report.pdf
  • Industrial Block Sale Status 20.08.19.pdf
  • Portable Water.pdf
  • Wastewater System Approval.pdf
  • /Roading/
    • Engineering Plan Approval Decision.pdf
    • Phase 1 Staging Plan for Infra Delivery.pdf
    • Stamped Drawing Plan.pdf
  • /Stormwater/
    • Engineering Plan Approval Decision.pdf
    • STAMPED_SW_DWGs_EPA_ENG60327506_DRURY SOUTH.pdf
  • /Utilities/
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0001.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0010.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0020.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0021.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0022.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0102.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0103.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0104.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0105.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0106.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0201.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0202.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0203.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0204.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0205.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0206.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0401.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0402.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0403.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0601.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0602.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0603.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0701.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0702.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0703.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0902.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0903.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-0904.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-1001.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-1002.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-1003.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2011.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2012.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2013.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2014.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2015.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2016.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2101.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2102.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2103.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2104.pdf
    • DSL-DWG-UT-RD-2105.pdf

Property Description

• Future proof your position within the next major Auckland industrial hub
• Unparalleled growth expected in the region
• Last available lot in block one
• High profile corner site opposite proposed town centre
• Excellent scale for redevelopment
Lot 5 at Drury South Crossing is arguably the highest profile site available within the Drury South Crossing development. Situated on Maketu Road, opposite the proposed town centre, this property has great exposure for an occupier from SH1.
Providing access to all major North Island markets and ideally positioned next to two state highway interchanges, Drury South provides incoming occupiers the best of all worlds. Just 30 minutes from Auckland CBD (off-peak), 30 minutes to Auckland Airport, approximately one hour from Hamilton, and just over two hours to Tauranga, access to all transport networks is second to none. It’s the perfect staging point for business that sits on the doorstep of 60% of the North Island’s population. With the majority of available Industrial land currently in the hands of corporate landlords, Drury South Crossing is one of the only opportunites for large scale owner occupiers or developers to secure land at competitive rates.

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Terms of Supply

The following information has been supplied to Bayleys Real Estate Limited (“Bayleys”) to be made available to any prospective interested parties for general information purposes only.
Bayleys and the Vendor do not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information and recommends that all recipients make their own enquiries to their satisfaction in all respects and seek their own independent expert advice.

Contact Ben Bayley

Bayleys Real Estate Limited

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

021 537 503   ben.bayley@bayleys.co.nz   All Listings

Ben has been involved within the property industry through family ties for a number of years. He joined the Bayleys Manukau franchise in early 2006 where his focus was on Commercial & Industrial sales and leasing in the greater South Auckland area.

In February 2009 Ben joined the Special Projects Team at the Bayleys Auckland office, where his focus was on Mortgagee sales, Forestry and Development properties, and working with a number of Bayleys’ key clients over this time.

Late in 2010 Ben returned to Bayleys Manukau office to focus on Commercial and Industrial properties in the Wiri/Manukau area as well as continuing to deal with key clients.

Ben has a keen interest in property and has proven himself in this time to be a capable, resourceful sales broker with high professional standards. An attitude to succeed ensures Ben will give 100% to all his sales and leasing clients.

Contact James Hill

Bayleys Real Estate Limited

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

021 599 529   james.hill@bayleys.co.nz   All Listings

Selling is in James Hill’s blood – with decades spent honing the craft of building customer service through such industry sectors as insurance, time share apartments, exhibitions, and events.
James Hill brought his honed sales skills to Bayleys’ commercial and industrial division in 2006 - appreciating that building and managing client relationships would be the foundations for a long-term career in a city where reputation and credibility are everything.
Underpinning James Hill’s drive for delivering ultimate customer service are a set of fundamental business practices - including planning, meticulous time management, industry knowledge, wider appreciation of town planning and development dynamics, and dogged persistence.
As an active cricket player and golfer (with a pair of aces to his credit), James Hill’s competitive nature is reflected in the ‘fight’ he puts into marketing clients’ properties.
“I’ve found that the more you put into developing business networks and growing a profile in the commercial property community, the more that comes out in terms of engineering successful sales and securing on-going listing campaigns,” says James.
Utilising a broad exposure to a raft of different commercial and industrial property types - in conjunction with listening to, and learning from both vendors and purchasers - James Hill has come to recognise the multiple road blocks and hurdles which can lie in wait to ambush a successful marketing campaign. Consequently, James knows how his clients can structure their deals to accordingly avoid those pitfalls and attract the widest potential buyer interest possible.
“Because buyer competition underpins a property’s value at the conclusion of the marketing process,” he says.
Whether it’s initiating structural maintenance and improvements programmes, negotiating longer tenancy lease terms, or securing new tenants before taking a property to market, James Hill prepares vendors for embarking on the most appropriate course for steering toward the best possible sales outcome - achieving the maximum value possible value for a vendor’s listing.
James constantly keeps his marketing approach up-to-date by utilising the full tool kit of collateral within the Bayleys arsenal – encompassing the print, digital, and broadcast mediums, in conjunction with database profiling and showcasing listings across the wider Bayleys network of commercial and industrial sales colleagues.