The Lyttelton Master Plan protects the valued qualities of the Lyttelton town centre and makes the most of the new opportunities which have arisen as a result of the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011.
Lyttelton people are uncommonly interested in the character of their town and their community. As they worked together to pick up the pieces of their lives after the earthquake of 22 February 2011 they were already beginning to imagine what a rebuilt Lyttelton could be like.
The plan identifies actions outside of the town centre which support those in the town centre and/or addresses issues which, although not generated by the earthquakes, have the potential to be exacerbated by them. It identifies opportunities to enhance aspects of Lyttelton that work well and opportunities to upgrade some areas that could work even better. This includes:
|April to May 2011||Project set-up||
The project set-up stage, included:
|May to June 2011||Research and information gathering||
Focus group sessions were held with various affected groups and residents. Sessions identified key issues to be considered in the recovery and rebuild of Lyttelton.
|June 2011||Design and feasibility testing||The Council held an “Inquiry by Design” workshop involving technical experts, to find the best ways of addressing issues and suggestions raised in the community sessions|
|July to August 2011||Design and feasibility testing||Community meetings to present and test provisional ideas and options for the draft master plan.|
|September to October 2011||Prepare draft Master Plan||
The master plan was drafted, endorsed by the Lyttelton/Mt Herbert Community Board and approved by the Council for public consultation.
|November to December 2011||Consultation|
|January to June 2012||
Submissions were analysed. Council endorsed the Community Board recommendation to not hold formal hearings.
|June 2012||Council adopted the final Master Plan on June 2012.|
Contact us for further information about the Lyttelton Master Plan by email: SuburbanCentres@ccc.govt.nz