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Gloucester-Worcester link landscape plan and park name
Planting and play feature in the Gloucester-Worcester park landscape plan which includes a pathway linking both streets.
Draft Landscape Plan for park at old Redcliffs School site
We are seeking feedback on a draft landscape plan and a name for the new park at the old Redcliffs School site.
West Broken Run Reserve Proposed Landscape Plan
We’d like to hear your views on the proposed landscape plan.
Redcliffs Transport Project
We are seeking feedback on changes to parts of Main Road, Beachville Road, Celia Street and McCormacks Bay Road in Redcliffs . These changes will make it safer and easier for parents and children to access the new Redcliffs School.
Rutland Street and Malvern Street - proposed parking changes
Following the opening of the Papanui Parallel Major Cycle Route and changes to the parking layout in Rutland Street, concerns have been raised regarding parking availability for the shops due to people parking all day within close proximity.
Our Space 2018-2048 Greater Christchurch Settlement Pattern
The Council is part of the Greater Christchurch Partnership. The Partnership has released a draft Our Space 2018-2048 Greater Christchurch Settlement Pattern Update for public consultation.
Residential and commercial development - 201 Halswell Road
This publicly notified resource consent application is for: Land use and subdivision consents to establish a residential and commercial mixed use development on approximately 21 hectares.
Lincoln Road and Moorhouse Avenue bus priority improvements
We are planning to install peak hour bus lanes on Lincoln Road and Moorhouse Avenue, to improve bus journey times between Halswell and the central city. We’d like to hear your views.
Draft Suburban Parking Policy
We’re drafting a policy on suburban parking and we’d like to hear your views.
Misty Peaks Reserve - Draft Management Plan
The Council bought 500 hectares of the former Mt Desmond Station to form Misty Peaks Reserve, a scenic reserve that rises to nearly 800 metres above sea level.
Te Oka Reserve - Draft Management Plan
The Council bought 903 hectares of farmland in Te Oka and Tumbledown valleys to form the park, aiming to protect and enhance natural values, and to provide recreational opportunities in a natural, semi-remote setting.
Draft QEII Park Master Plan
We are developing a master plan to help determine the future of Queen Elizabeth II Park and how it will be used. The goal is to make sure the environment and buildings are connected and the area works well for the community.