Candidates for Banks Peninsula Ward and the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Banks Peninsula Ward Councillor

Electing 1 Councillor


THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Andrew TURNER is elected unopposed.


 

Akaroa Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 2 Members


Janis HALEYJanis HALEY

My principal place of residence is in the Akaroa subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board area.
As I draw to a close on my last three years as a member of the Akaroa Wairewa Community Board, I have now decided to make myself available again, to stand for the coming term for the Banks Peninsula Community Board.
I have found the role to be very challenging, very frustrating, very rewarding, always something new, and as members we have great support and wonderful co-members to work with. There is unfinished business and various projects that I would like to see fulfilled or completed before I retire from the board. Also with this term there will be a transitional period as the new Community Board for our area takes on a new demographic structure, and a larger combined area with Lyttelton and Mount Herbert.
As a resident in Akaroa, I again will strive to work for our communities, for their betterment on Banks Peninsula. 


Keith MOLLOYKeith MOLLOY

My principal place of residence is in the Akaroa subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board area. 
I am a long-term resident of Akaroa town. I am standing as a candidate for the Akaroa Community Subdivision of the Community Board because I want to provide a strong voice for our community.
I am single/widowed with a very strong sense of family. I recently retired after 40 plus years in the aviation industry, flying aircraft including many management roles.
Involvement in our community - Member of Lions and a current Volunteer Fire Fighter with the Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade. I have good analytical and communication skills. A focus for me on the community board would be to see improvements on the peninsula going forward for the benefit of our people, greater whanau and community. A vote for me is a vote for a good leader and community minded person who only seeks to implement solutions, problems are easily recognised. 


Pam RICHARDSONPam RICHARDSON

My principal place of residence is in the Akaroa subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board area. 
I am keen to take up the challenge as one of the new Banks Peninsula Community Board members and I am looking for your support.
One of the major challenges will be the new electoral boundary. The Board will have a larger area and a much wider range of issues. They will be representing all of Banks Peninsula and travelling longer distances to meetings seminars etc. To be an effective Community Board member requires time and energy to gain a clear understanding of what the issues are. I have a record of a long time involvement with Banks Peninsula activities committees and organisations. I am committed to making the new Board work and to keep in close contact with all of our communities. We need to ensure that we have 'a voice' strong sustainable communities and we must celebrate and enjoy our unique environment - our special place Banks Peninsula. 


 

Lyttelton Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 2 Members


THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Jed O'DONOGHUE and Christine WILSON are elected unopposed.


 

Mount Herbert Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 2 Members


THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Felix DAWSON and John MCLISTER are elected unopposed.


 

Wairewa Subdivision of the Banks Peninsula Community Board

Electing 1 Member


THERE IS NO ELECTION REQUIRED because the number of candidates standing for this election was not more than the number of vacancies.

This means that Tori PEDEN is elected unopposed.