The Developer

Established in the mid 1990’s Bluehaven Management is one of the largest land developers in the Bay of Plenty region. They are committed to leading the South Pacific in master planning the quality design and development for this future growth centre, and have undertaken this instrumental role – fostering healthy, sustainable communities for future generations.


  • Established in the mid 1990s, Bluehaven is one of the largest land developers in the Bay of Plenty region
  • Bluehaven controls significant land holdings in the Papamoa East Wairakei Growth Area
  • The company is dedicated to best practice urban and suburban planning with a focus on addressing housing choice and attainability
  • Bluehaven is committed to reducing dependency on the vehicle in an age of high petrol costs
  • Its developments focus on fostering social interaction through community resources as values of daily life
  • The company is focused on integrated sustainability at the scale of the neighbourhood
  • The developments encourage the LIVE, WORK, PLAY principles of SmartGrowth.
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  • About Papamoa, Tauranga

    Papamoa (population 20,100) is situated in the Tauranga District of the Bay of Plenty region on the north eastern coast of the North Island of New Zealand. Papamoa is the largest suburb in Tauranga City.

    Papamoa has miles of white sandy beach stretching from Mount Maunganui in the west to the Kaituna River in the east. Papamoa is now one of the fastest growing areas in New Zealand due to the increase in popularity of coastal communities, close proximity to Tauranga and recent local shopping developments.