Trinity is extremely proud of this article in Trends Magazine on "The Pinnacles", a Queenstown home constructed by us, to read and see the incredible photography click here.
Trinity Development Alliance wins business award
The government wants to fix Christchurch’s housing problems with increased housing supply, focusing on new homes priced for those on modest incomes.
The club caters for junior, club and masters rowers, and operates from picturesque Lake Hayes, Queenstown.
Bendemeer commands breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views from an elevated sun-filled plateau overlooking Lake Hayes near Queenstown and the snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps.
The trust was set up to provide charitable funding for the benefit and welfare of the school and/or education, learning, cultural, and sporting activities, with Trinity director Wayne Foley on the founding board and a key sponsor.
The ‘Trinity Projectiles’ combined the talents of Trinity team members Ambrose Kelly, Steve Hewland, Roy Van Leeuwen and Simon Brackstone in skiing, mountain and road biking, running and kayaking.
“Over the last three years we’ve created a small base of exceptional clients who are considered amongst Christchurch’s leading property investors,” says Trinity director Wayne Foley.