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We are planning improvements near Woolston Park and Te Waka Unua School to make it safer for people to cross the road, and to walk and bike along this section of Ferry Road.
Consultation on the Woolston Park transportation improvements proposal has now closed. People were able to provide feedback from 22 November to 13 December 2017.
During this time we heard from thirty four individuals and groups.
The Ferry Road Master Plan was adopted by the Council in May 2014. The Woolston Park Transportation Improvements Project was initiated in July 2017, resulting in the development of the scheme plan.
The Council are proposing to:
To improve the pedestrian and cycle environment around the cluster of educational and recreational facilities near Te Waka Unua School.
To increase parking, particularly in the area of Woolston Park, to support weekend sports users.
We want to hear your views on the proposal. This will help the Council to make an informed decision as to whether to proceed with the project or not. This project is subject to Long Term Plan (LTP) funding.
Once the consultation period has closed all feedback will be considered by the project team, and this may result in further changes to the concept plans. A staff report will then be presented to the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board for a recommendation to Council, who will then make the final decision.
At this stage we are anticipating that a recommendation will be made by the Community Board at their February meeting. The final decision is then expected to be made at the following Council meeting in March 2018.
All submitters will receive written updates on the project, including details of the staff recommendations and meetings, and how to request to speak at the meeting if they wish to do so.