Home' Northern Outlook : August 3rd 2013 Contents 4 NORTHERN OUTLOOK, AUGUST 3, 2013
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Sales and Purchases
Leases & Subdivisions
Estates & Wills
ANTHONY IAN McNISH L.L.M. (HONS.)
Unit 1, 116 Williams Street, Kaiapoi
Established in Kaiapoi
for over 30 years.
WHO'S WHO in North Canterbury
and built to last
Versatility a key: As well as providing modern, stylish,
spacious homes with durable construction and top range
fittings, Versatile's farm buildings are still the finest.
Versatile Buildings is part of a
respectable building heritage
that entails both value for
money and quality.
With building very much in
the forefront of the minds of
many people following the
earthquakes, they are turning
to companies like Versatile
which provide modern, stylish,
spacious homes with durable
construction and top-range
Versatile North Canterbury's
owners Alastair Macrae and
Nicky Rowley are confident
they can understand clients'
needs and can provide great
value and high quality.
Familiar with local council
conditions and requirements,
the team at Rangiora can
advise on any variations, be it cladding or roof
pitch, for alpine conditions, a fine residence or
a coastal holiday home.
Versatile has released 40 different home
designs which are developed to suit every
conceivable location, from urban section to
lifestyle block. All homes are full-build
contracts which cover all aspects from site
planning to driveways if needed.
You are not locked into a set design either.
There is a huge range of fixtures, fittings and
One of the great things about Versatile is
that the company, while not compromising on
quality, is able to create a home that is
matched to your budget -- class and style
without a huge price tag -- and there is a
reliance upon local suppliers and
manufacturers who share the same
commitment to local people.
Versatile Homes is now a preferred builder
for all main insurance companies in the rebuild
of North Canterbury. As part of the Canterbury
Rebuild Alliance, they work towards a 16-week
build time. Their latest brochure reveals
functional, yet elegant designs with a familiar
ring to their names -- Methven, Pegasus,
Cheviot, Geraldine, Waipara, Selwyn. Yes, we
are all familiar with Richie McCaw's
endorsement of the Versatile range. If it is
good enough for him . . .
Call into 635 Lineside Rd in Rangiora or ring
03 313 4998 for a chat. It just may be the best
thing you have ever done!
Friendly and efficient: The team at Ian McNish Lawyers, standing from
left, Pam Wheeler, Barbara Burney, Anita Potterton and Joan Corby.
Seated from left, Jeanette Kitchingman, Ian McNish and Christine
Ian McNish is committed to offering friendly
and efficient legal services to his many clients
and has been providing legal advice to both
Kaiapoi and the wider North Canterbury area
for more than 30 years.
Ian has developed a longstanding
relationship with many local people and
businesses over the years. In many cases the
next and following generations have also now
The firm specialises in property and
commercial matters, including conveyancing,
subdivisions, business transactions, trusts,
wills and estates.
Ian has a great team
working with him.
Pam Wheeler has
worked as a solicitor in
Kaiapoi for the past five
years. Pam enjoys
commercial work along
property matters. She
also has qualifications
and experience in
Pam endeavours to
make her clients'
transactions as smooth
and stress-free as
has worked with Ian for
nearly 10 years.
She has specialised
knowledge of unit titles
and subdivisions, as
well as expertise in
property and commercial matters.
Christine Monk is a licensed conveyancer
and has practiced in this area for more than 15
years. Christine specialises in rural and
residential property transactions.
Rose Lilley is the legal executive, with
extensive knowledge and experience, and is
responsible for estate administration.
Completing the friendly and efficient team
are Joan Corby, receptionist and trust account
manager, and Barbara Burney and Anita
Potterton, two experienced legal assistants to
both Ian and Pam.
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