Goldpine

The Great Kiwi Edition


This month, we have changed the look of the Goldpine Post to release a special edition, focusing on the great kiwis that we deal with around the country every day. While we often feature different business profiles, this month we decided to create a snapshot of some of the different people we deal with. As you'll see, our community contains a variety of individuals, from all around New Zealand.

For over 40 years, Goldpine has been in the rural. community delivering high quality service and products. We are a family business, built on utilising a natural, sustainable resource in New Zealand. Much like farmers, we believe in making use of a clean, green, natural product, grown locally, and that this is the way forward. Our products are made to reach the highest standard and that is something we are fiercely proud of. You need products that you can trust to do their job, day-in day-out. The fact that our product comes from a sustainable resource and positively affects the environment is just another reason to be using wood. While we believe in our benefits, it's our customers that value them, so they should be the ones to speak about them.

There is so much good happening in the rural community and while farmers can often feel like they are in the spotlight for the wrong reasons, we feel it's important to highlight the amazing people and the good activity that is going on. Throughout the rural community, from horticulture and vineyards to New Zealand's biggest and smallest farms, there are great New Zealanders doing great activities every day. It's on farms that we have seen the restoration of native forests, improved waterways and a bond between farmers and their livestock. These people are out there working off the land for the love of it. They have respect for their livestock, their harvest and their land. They know that better produce will come from happy, healthy livestock and better harvests come from nutrient-rich soils. The rural community has done an amazing job and will continue to shine into the future. While we would love to shine a light on all the good people in the rural community, we can only show so many. The people highlighted in these profiles were selected to show a variety of backgrounds and a good span of New Zealand. Whether it's Carolyn Dreaver on a lifestyle block in Canterbury, Brian Thompson growing an iconic New Zealand fruit in the north or Joe Liddell farming the land in the south, one thing rings true across them all; they are passionately rural.

We've made it our mission to serve this community in the best way we know how. Our rural community needs the support so that they can continue to produce the best and most efficient natural products in the world. To play our part, we strive to provide the best service and product we can to make rural activity easier. Some of this may include our 50-year treatment guarantee and our high density resources to ensure our roundwood and farm buildings exceed expectations. It might be our continuous research and development of products, ensuring that the solution is spot on or that the best value for our rural community is attained. Or it might be that our nationwide network of stores, our delivery system and great customer service from our team is what you need to make things easier. Whatever it may be, we are here to support rural in the best way we know how. Every day, we strive to deliver the best product and service in the industry but we can't do this alone.

Date posted: 1 October 2020

Goldpine

The Great Kiwi Edition


This month, we have changed the look of the Goldpine Post to release a special edition, focusing on the great kiwis that we deal with around the country every day. While we often feature different business profiles, this month we decided to create a snapshot of some of the different people we deal with. As you'll see, our community contains a variety of individuals, from all around New Zealand.

For over 40 years, Goldpine has been in the rural. community delivering high quality service and products. We are a family business, built on utilising a natural, sustainable resource in New Zealand. Much like farmers, we believe in making use of a clean, green, natural product, grown locally, and that this is the way forward. Our products are made to reach the highest standard and that is something we are fiercely proud of. You need products that you can trust to do their job, day-in day-out. The fact that our product comes from a sustainable resource and positively affects the environment is just another reason to be using wood. While we believe in our benefits, it's our customers that value them, so they should be the ones to speak about them.

There is so much good happening in the rural community and while farmers can often feel like they are in the spotlight for the wrong reasons, we feel it's important to highlight the amazing people and the good activity that is going on. Throughout the rural community, from horticulture and vineyards to New Zealand's biggest and smallest farms, there are great New Zealanders doing great activities every day. It's on farms that we have seen the restoration of native forests, improved waterways and a bond between farmers and their livestock. These people are out there working off the land for the love of it. They have respect for their livestock, their harvest and their land. They know that better produce will come from happy, healthy livestock and better harvests come from nutrient-rich soils. The rural community has done an amazing job and will continue to shine into the future. While we would love to shine a light on all the good people in the rural community, we can only show so many. The people highlighted in these profiles were selected to show a variety of backgrounds and a good span of New Zealand. Whether it's Carolyn Dreaver on a lifestyle block in Canterbury, Brian Thompson growing an iconic New Zealand fruit in the north or Joe Liddell farming the land in the south, one thing rings true across them all; they are passionately rural.

We've made it our mission to serve this community in the best way we know how. Our rural community needs the support so that they can continue to produce the best and most efficient natural products in the world. To play our part, we strive to provide the best service and product we can to make rural activity easier. Some of this may include our 50-year treatment guarantee and our high density resources to ensure our roundwood and farm buildings exceed expectations. It might be our continuous research and development of products, ensuring that the solution is spot on or that the best value for our rural community is attained. Or it might be that our nationwide network of stores, our delivery system and great customer service from our team is what you need to make things easier. Whatever it may be, we are here to support rural in the best way we know how. Every day, we strive to deliver the best product and service in the industry but we can't do this alone.

Date posted: 1 October 2020

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The Great Kiwi Edition


Promotion Conditions

  1. Entry is open to customers who confirm an order for a farm building from any Goldpine store between 1st — 30th September 2020. One entry per farm building purchased.
  2. To receive your free STIHL product and enter the draw, complete the entry form, pay your shed deposit and give the entry form to your Farm Building Specialist (F.B.S.).
  3. Each store is responsible for returning that store's entry forms to the promoter. The promoter is not responsible for any lost, late or misdirected entries.
  4. Closing date for the promotion is close of business 30th September 2020.
  5. Winner will be drawn 7th October 2020 and the winner will be notified by phone within two business days of being drawn.
  6. The promoter's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  7. The ‘Shed Load of STIHL Gear’ consists of the STIHL Hedgetrimmer (HSA 66), STIHL Line Trimmer (FSA 65), STIHL Chainsaw (MSA 200), STIHL Lawnmower (RMA 443), STIHL Blower (BGA 85), STIHL Shrub Shears (HSA 25), 1 x STIHL Battery (AP 300) & 1 x STIHL Quick Charger (AL 300). These products may not be swapped with any other product or exchanged for cash.
  8. If cancellation of your Farm Building order occurs after the free STIHL product or the prize has been redeemed, the customer will be asked to pay the full cost of the free STIHL product and the prize (if they are the winner) to Goldpine Industries Ltd and will also forfeit their deposit.
  9. The value of the STIHL product claimed was correct at the time of printing as communicated by STIHL New Zealand.
  10. Your free STIHL product will be provided in the form of a voucher to be redeemed at your nearest STIHL store. Voucher valid until 30th November 2020. The winner of the ‘Shed Load of STIHL Gear' will receive a voucher for this prize, to be redeemed at their nearest STIHL store.
  11. Entry details remain the property of the promoter. Entrants consent to the use and publishing in any media of their image and personal information for marketing and promotional purposes of the promoter.
  12. The promoter is Goldpine Industries of 18 Oxford Street, Richmond, Nelson, New Zealand.
  13. Entry is not open to employees or families of Goldpine Industries.


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FARM BUILDING CONSENTS


NEW EXEMPTIONS IN FORCE FROM 1st SEPTEMBER

NEW BUILDING CONSENT EXEMPTIONS (Single-story pole sheds and hay barns in rural zones)

The proposed new exemption will mean you can build a single-story pole shed or hay barn in a rural zone if:

  • The design has been carried out or reviewed by a Chartered Professional Engineer, or any design or construction work is carried out or supervised by a licensed building practitioner.

  • The building is not more than 1 storey (being a floor level of up to 1 metre above the supporting ground and a height of up to 4 metres above the floor level). The building does not exceed 110 square metres in floor area.

    Measuring the net floor area. The net floor area in a building is measured to the inside of the enclosing walls or posts/columns.



  • The building is not accessible by the public.

  • The building is not used to store hazardous substances within the meaning of that term in regulation 4 of the Health and Safety at Work (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2017.

  • The maximum unsupported roof span in any direction does not exceed 6 metres. The designed wind speeds do not exceed 44 metres per second (high wind zone).

  • Your Goldpine Farm Building Specialist can help identify the correct wind zone for your location.

  • The building has a minimum distance from any residential building, public road, rail or legal boundary at least equal to the measure of its own height.

CARPORTS UP TO 40 SQUARE METRES

In addition to the current exemption, the new exemptions will mean you can build a carport up to 40 square metres in size if:

  • The design has been carried out or reviewed by a Chartered Professional Engineer, or any design or construction work is carried out or supervised by a licensed building practitioner.

Please note: District Plans and Other Council Rules. Even if your farm building meets the exemption requirements you will still need to adhere to district plans and other council rules. This may include such things as minimum distance from boundaries, maximum site coverage and heights allowed, approved cladding colours.

Goldpine

Supply of Kitset Sheds


All goods and services supplied by Goldpine Industries Limited (“Goldpine”, “we”, “us” or “our”) to the Customer (“the Customer”, “you” or “your”) are supplied on the basis set out in the terms of sale.

Where we agree to supply kitset sheds and/or construct a shed or other building for you, the following terms also apply.


1. Patents, copyright and technical information

  • Ownership of all intellectual property rights in all drawings, specifications and other technical information provided or used by us in connection with the contract is vested exclusively in us.
  • Any technical information or knowledge at any time transmitted either orally or in writing by Goldpine to you will remain Goldpine’s exclusive property and will be treated confidentially by you. None of this information may be re sold, transferred or divulged to any party by you or on your behalf without our written consent.
  • If requested by Goldpine, you must promptly return any information, samples, literature or promotional material supplied by or on behalf of Goldpine to you.

2. Delivery

  • Delivery of the kitset shed and/or building must be available to be taken within 2 months of order confirmation. If delivery is not available to be taken within this time, Goldpine reserves the right to re-price the kitset shed and/or building order.

3. Material Supplied

  • We will supply plans, specifications, producer statement, H5 treated poles, H3 treated rafters, purlins, girts, roofing and flashings (if requested), cladding as specified, all fixings required, spouting if specified, and delivery to site (within a 30km radius of Goldpine premises).

4. Building (if contracted by Goldpine)

  • The building will remain insured through Goldpine until completion and it is handed over to you.
  • During the construction process, the building site will remain a hazard site and will not be used by you or your employees, agents or contractors, until completed and handed to you. You must ensure that you comply with all of our health and safety requirements in respect of the site.
  • You will supply at your expense: suitable access to building site at all times, all necessary amenities, safe storage on site.
  • Construction will include foundation holes and footings but does not include: site works, storm water disposal, building consents or fees, changes from the plans or extra materials (which must be obtained or arranged at your sole expense).