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Following community requests, Council staff have investigated a reduction in the speed limit for the streets around Church Square. Council are proposing to reduce the posted speed limit to 40km/hr.
We received 117 submissions during the consultation period. Of the 117 submissions, 78 submitters were in support of the proposal, 27 were in support but had some concerns, six did not support the proposal and six did not state their preference. Of the 117 submissions, five identified as being part of an organisation.
During the consultation, the themes of the feedback included:
Requests for the speed limit to be reduced further
Support for the speed reduction
Requests for the area to be adjusted
Issues outside the scope of this project have been forwarded to the appropriate people within Council.
A report recommending the Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board approves the plan will be presented to the Board:
Date: Friday 16 February 2018
Time: Meeting starts at 8am
Venue: Beckenham Service Centre, 66 Colombo St, Cashmere
This meeting is open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend. If you would like to request to speak to your submission in person at the meeting, please contact the Community Board Advisor, Faye Collins at Faye.Collins@ccc.govt.nz or (03) 941 5108 by Tuesday 13 February.
The agenda for this meeting, including the report and any additional information, can be viewed online from Wednesday 14 February 2018 on this webpage christchurch.infocouncil.biz(external link)
The Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board recommendation will be included in the meeting minutes three working days after the meeting, following the link above.
If the proposed project is approved by the Council it is expected that signage will be installed in April 2018.