TransportBlog launches the RCG Development Tracker

TransportBlog and RCG have announced the launch of the RCG Development Tracker, which they say is the  most comprehensive source of public data on developments in New Zealand.

A statement from TransportBlog says the  RCG Development Tracker will cover apartments and terraces, as well as hotel, retail, office and retirement village projects. At this time, it includes information on developments comprising:

  • 30,797 residential units
  • 2,794 accommodation units
  • 513,112 square metres of retail space
  • 345,864 square metres of office space

The RCG Development Tracker is hosted at and includes a range of information on current developments, as well as an interactive map which users can explore to find out more about particular projects.

The RCG Development Tracker web page will be updated every month, and TransportBlog will also publish a blog post each month which comments on development trends and gives details on the updates to the web page. The first post has been published at

Given increasing attention on topics such as the Auckland housing shortage, the Christchurch rebuild and a recovering construction sector, the launch of this data source is very timely.  The RCG Development Tracker is expected to become a valuable resource for media, the development industry and the general public.

Since being founded in 2008, TransportBlog has become one of New Zealand’s most read blogs, and one of the most influential. A number of writers contribute to the blog, with the aim being to provide commentary and encourage intelligent debate about transport and urban issues, in Auckland and across the country.

RCG specialises in property consulting and development, architecture and design, and research and strategy for businesses seeking commercial success.  Established in 1989, it provides services across a range of sectors from commercial, mixed use, educational, retail, hospitality and tourism to town centres, lifestyle precincts and transport hubs.

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