QUIET! That’s the word that best describes our town centre at present. Omicron has certainly had an impact on people leaving home – one that is now impacting on the viability of shopping centres like Milford all around the country. So if you like having your brilliant businesses in Milford please support them. Many are online, but if that’s not available give them a call. All their details are on our website – milfordshops.
The future of town centres like Milford’s relies on density around them. So I’m pleased to announce the launch of 28 high quality boutique apartments that are to be developed called The Juliet Apartments in Shakespeare Rd, opposite North Shore hospital. Retail space on the ground floor is expected to be a trendy cafe for all residents and locals to enjoy.
Check it out at www.thejuliet.co.nz
Also in that area, the Lady Allum Retirement Village is undergoing a major addition with its multi-storied development. Included in this development is 110 care suites where couples can stay together. More details contact Racheal on 021 022 44990
Here’s something different! How about getting a family portrait done or consider beautifully framed pictures of our local surroundings. Our latest member, Creattive Shotz, does just that and there is a story behind it. Judy Reiken, an international award-winning photographer, who had been living in Greece for years, decided to come home a couple of years ago as Covid 19 was in its infancy. Since then, she has been living with her son in Milford and has taken so exquisite photo’s of our landscape. Contact Judy on 022 302 8070 or check out her business listing on the Milfordshops website.
Murray Hill, Manager
Milford Business Association,
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