Casebrook Intermediate has delayed opening until 11am this morning 12 June due to a power outage. For updates, check the school app (link below) or look out for an email from the school.
Contact » Casebrook Intermediate School
Contact us using the details below and we’ll respond as soon as possible.
Consultation update: Christchurch City Council staff have reviewed submissions on the Cranford Regeneration Plan (the proposed residential development in the Cranford Basin). Click through for an updated plan, as well as documents with a summary of key issues and a full listing of comments received & staff responses. If you made a written submission then you also have the opportunity to attend a forum and to speak with Council staff about your comments and the revisions to the plan
Cranford Regeneration Plan : Christchurch City Council
Find out what’s happening at Council.
The Papanui Innes Community Board has published a newsletter – click through to read:
Papanui-Innes Community Board Newsletter
Welcome to the first Papanui-Innes Community Board newsletter. We hope you will enjoy reading about some of the work the Board is doing and events and activities happening in your neighbourhood. If you have any issues you want to raise with the Community Board you will find all our contact numbers a…
QEII Drive is closed due to a crash near Winters Road. Follow Transport for Christchurch for updates.
8:20PM – FINAL UPDATE
The road has now been cleared and restored to all traffic. Thank you for your patience while this diversion was in place. ^JP
7:08PM – UPDATE
The road currently remains closed at this time, while traffic remains heavy in the area congestion is starting to clear. ^JP
5:50PM – UPDATE
We are seeing severe congestion in the wider area at this time.
Motorists are asked to delay their travel and expect delays. ^JP
QEII – CRASH
Due to an accident on Queen Elizabeth II Drive the road is currently closed between Main North Road and Innes Road.
We are seeing severe congestion.
Motorists are advised to expect delays and avoid the area at this time.
Re the crash on Cranford Street, you can also follow the Transport for Christchurch page for updates:
3:00PM – FINAL UPDATE
Cranford St has now been cleared and returned to two way traffic. ^JP
1155AM – 8JUN – CRASH – CRANFORD ST
Due to a crash, Cranford is closed to southbound traffic at Main North Rd. Northbound travel on Cranford is still possible. Consider using QEII DR (SH74) to Philpotts Rd or Innes Rd for southbound travel or use Papanui Rd. ^SM
The alliance building the Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) has published a comprehensive project update, available from the project website. Topics covered include future changes to Cranford Street, updates on Fraser Street and Winters Road, and a story competition. Click through to the website to download and read more:
Christchurch Northern Corridor | NZ Transport Agency
This project combines the Transport Agency’s Northern Arterial (a new section of SH74 running from just south of the Waimakariri River to QEII Drive near Winters Rd) and two Christchurch City Council projects that link QEII Drive to Cranford St and four-lane Cranford St to Innes Rd.
The next meeting of the Papanui-Innes Community Board will be at 9am on Friday 9 June at the Papanui Boardroom. The agenda (link below) includes: traffic/parking issues; a proposed new Code of Conduct and Standing Orders for the Board; and applications for grants from the Discretionary Response Fund and Positive Youth Development Fund.
Agenda of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 9 June 2017
In this 3 minute video published by NZ Transport Agency, an engineer explains how the project team is dealing with the soft wet ground in the Marshlands/Redwood area as they build the Christchurch Northern Corridor Motorway (CNC)
Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC) – Dealing with the wet ground and settlement
The Zone One Engineer Reuben Saathof explains how the project team is dealing with the soft wet ground in the Marshlands/Redwood area as they build the Chris…
Have you noticed something new at Papanui Library? The library is exhibiting artwork created by local young people, based on the theme for Youth Week 2017: ‘Our voices count, count our voices’. Young people from Papanui High School, Casebrook Intermediate, Te Ora Hou Otautahi, and Te Kaupapa Whakaora (TKW) Alternative Education participated. There is a temporary exhibition inside the library, and the window art is planned to be in place for the next twelve months.
Artworks created by local young people, exhibited at the Papanui Library
Take care on Cranford Street today, as a traffic island is installed at the Fraser Street intersection.