Hastings Homes for Business

Hastings business have a variety of dedicated spaces to thrive from a range of industrial parks to vibrant business districts

Hastings city is a vibrant business hub, housing a variety of businesses and industries such as professional services, call centres, regional head office, retail and hospitality. The city’s central North Island location is a real drawcard for businesses looking to relocate, with Kiwibank relocating their call centre and hundreds of staff from Wellington to Hastings.

Havelock North is a boutique village just a stone’s throw from Hastings. Its charming village setting and close proximity to high-end retail, hospitality and many of the region’s wineries, means that many businesses choose to establish themselves in Havelock North.


  • Large land area (118 hectares), average lot size of one hectare, minimum 5,000m²
  • Dry industries (no trade waste access)
  • Sewer and water connection infrastructure ready for connection
  • Short and longer term use
  • Adjacent to the expressway providing excellent access to northern and southern routes
  • Roading improvements continuing with the construction of a new roundabout
  • Types of industry: wood product manufacturing, textile production, broad metal product based manufacturing, pack house and cold-storage, logistics, warehousing and distribution


Example tenants:
Sunfruit Orchards Limited, NZL Transport, The Carr Group, Rockit Global Ltd, TUMU Timbers, Stephenson Transport Limited, ACME Supplies


  • 65 hectares of new general industrial land, Minimum lot sizes 1,000m² – 2,000m²
  • New water and wastewater services (no trade waste access)
  • Easy access to expressway
  • Wide road frontage options ideal for businesses needing a higher profile such as machinery/ equipment sales or hire
  • Roading improvements scheduled with two new roundabouts


Example tenants:
McCain, Greenmount Foods, Bostock New Zealand, Furnware, Metalcraft Roofing, Hustler, Hydralada, Fletcher Steel, Downer,
ERL/ MELO, Freshmax


  • 60 hectares
  • Suited to wet processing industries as it has capacity for large trade waste
  • Options to utilise rail and easy access to road transport
  • Napier Port only 18kms away, development of an Inland Port is also currently being investigated


Example tenants:
Silver Fern Farms, T&G, Apollo Beverages


  • 22.5 hectares
  • Trade waste access zone and can connect to wet industry operations
  • Specifically designed to meet the needs of food businesses, zoned to locate any business operating in food industry
  • Options to design, build and lease or purchase available
  • 18kms to Napier Port
  • Potential sites adjacent to Foodeast the Hawke’s Bay Food Innovation Park


Example tenants:
Jamestrong Precision Packaging, Miracle Water, Fonterra