Community Boards to consider lights at Greers/Langdon intersection

The Waipapa Papanui-Innes-Central community board will hold a joint meeting with the adjacent Waimāero Board this Monday 4 December at 4:30pm in the Fendalton boardroom. The meeting will consider the outcome of consultation on the proposed traffic lights at the Greers/Langdons intersection.

A preferred option is proposed (pic), and several alternatives are also available for consideration by the Boards. The Boards are asked to make a recommendation to the Council, which will be the final decision-maker on the project.

The meeting is open for the public to attend and will be livestreamed on the Waimāero Board’s YouTube channel and shared on the Waipapa Board’s Facebook page. Click through to read the full agenda, including a report on the consultation, all submissions, and details of the proposed design, as well as a detailed report on the options.

Braintree Wellness Centre open day: Saturday 25 November

The Braintree Wellness Centre on Langdons Road supports people living with neurological conditions to live well in the community. Braintree will hold an open day this Saturday morning 25 November. Through the morning there will be presentations by Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinsons, Dementia Canterbury, Stroke Foundation, Aphasia NZ and Southern Music Therapy. See the Braintree Facebook page for more details.

Marian College moves in to Papanui

Marian College moves in to their Papanui site this week. Take care in the Northcote Road area as there will be more cyclists and pedestrians on the move, and changed traffic conditions, especially around Lydia Street once classes start on Thursday 23 November. There’ll be an official opening of the new site in February 2024. Here are a few ‘behind the scenes’ photos as the school prepares to open:

The entrance to the new Marian College site
The college’s chapel
Part of the former warehouse’s roof has been removed to create an outdoor space
Open space, with two stories of classrooms to the left
Space for sports to the right, and a classroom block to the left

9 November 2023 Community Board meeting outcomes

On Thursday 9 November, the Waipapa Papanui-Innes-Central Community Board: received three public forum presentations and two delegations; approved the upgrade of the Avebury Park play space; approved three grants from the Board’s Discretionary Response and Youth Development funds; and received a report on issues and initiatives within the Board area.

The Board will hold its final 2023 meeting on 14 December.

Click through for the full minutes:

Community Board meeting agenda: 9 November 2023

The Waipapa Papanui-Innes-Central Community Board will meet at 4pm on Thursday 9 November in the Papanui boardroom.

The agenda includes: public participation; renewal of the play space at Avebury Park; two applications to the Board’s Discretionary Response Fund; an application to the Board’s Youth Development Fund; and an Area Report on issues and initiatives within the Board area.

The meeting is open for the public to attend and will be livestreamed on the Board’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Click through for the full agenda: