Two modern state primary schools will be just 250 metres apart as growth in the country’s biggest housing development, Auckland’s Hobsonville Point, continues to boom, Stuff reports. The Government has bought a second site down the road from Hobsonville Point Primary School, which opened in 2013 and has already overflowed into space at the nearby secondary school. The purchase of 1.5 hectares adjacent to near-new homes and those still being built, underlines some growth strains in the state-owned development, which sits on the former Air Force base.
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