Banks Peninsula Community Board

News, information and contact details for the Banks Peninsula Community Board.

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Community Board members

Profiles and contact details for members of the Banks Peninsula Community Board.


Statistics and demographics

Banks Peninsula Community Board and Ward information, statistics and demographics.


Boundary map

Christchurch has 16 wards and seven community boards.

Community Board news

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Read the latest Banks Peninsula Community Board newsletter.(external link)

Community Board Plan

The Banks Peninsula Community Board Plan 2017-19 [PDF, 1.2 MB] is the Board's vision for the future of Banks Peninsula. By talking with our communities, we identified seven priority outcomes we'd like to achieve in the next couple of years.

Community resilience and connectedness Our communities are prepared for the impacts and consequences of natural hazards and can respond and recover quickly.
  Local communities are well-connected and supported by easily accessible community facilities.
Infrastructure Core infrastructure is provided, well-maintained and future-proofed.
Sense of place and heritage The cultural, natural and built heritage of Banks Peninsula is acknowledged, valued and enhanced.
Economic development and tourism Visitors to Banks Peninsula enhance the local economy and sustain and natural, social and heritage environments.
  Banks Peninsula is a viable place to live and work.
Environment The Banks Peninsula environment is well-managed, sustained and enhanced.

Contact your community board

If you want to get in touch with the board or have any questions, please contact:

Liz Carter - Community Board Advisor
(03) 941 5682 / 027 281 4835

Penelope Goldstone - Manager Community Governance (Akaroa/Wairewa)
(03) 941 5689 / 027 706 9013

Joan Blatchford - Manager Community Governance (Lyttelton)
(03) 941 5643 / 027 334 9471