Last days to give feedback on proposed changes to Cranford Street and the surrounding area


Final days to give feedback: consultation on proposed changes to Cranford Street and the surrounding area closes on Monday 4 June. Make sure that you have had your say on possibilities such as clearways, three-laning, and traffic calming on side streets – click through for more information and an online feedback form.
https://ccc.govt.nz/the-council/consultations-and-submissions/haveyoursay/show/142

 

Proposed changes to Cranford Street and the surrounding area

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Applications open for youth-oriented Big Ideas Fund


Do you have an idea that will benefit young people, and link to aspirations from the Christchurch Youth Action Plan? Youth Voice Canterbury is seeking applications from individuals, teams, or organisations to the Big Ideas Fund. Note that: applications close on 24 June 2018; it is preferable that young people (aged 12-24) lead or are a major part of planning and developing the initiative the funding is requested for; and the $10,000 fund will be split between multiple applications. Click through for more information, or check out the Youth Voice Canterbury Facebook Page.
http://www.youthvoicecanterbury.org.nz/big-ideas-fund.html

Big Ideas Fund

Purpose of the Youth Initiative Fund This funding is to be used in a way that will result in benefits for young people, greater engagement of young people in the community, and link to aspirations…

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Community Board Newsletters Papanui Innes – June 2018


The Papanui Innes Community Board is on the ball – here’s their June newsletter, and it’s not quite the end of May 🙂 Click through to read about the work of some local community organisations, consultation on changes for Cranford Street and surrounding roads, an update on bus priority lanes, and more:
http://christchurchcitycouncil.cmail20.com/t/ViewEmail/r/AF0EFB289B1097242540EF23F30FEDED/E3FD648D7A0EA3322C69F821C9DCC086

Community Board Newsletters Papanui Innes – June 2018

An excellent example of working together this month with the progress made addressing issues concerning residents in the Shirley/Richmond and Dallington areas.


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Council moves to lower chlorine level


The Christchurch City Council will be lowering the dose of chlorine at approximately half of the pump stations that are being treated, with the hope that this will reduce taste and smell issues (“but there is a chance it may not make a significant difference”). At this stage it isn’t clear whether pump stations in the Papanui area will be among those that will receive a lower dose. Click through for more information:
https://www.ccc.govt.nz/news-and-events/newsline/show/2675

Council moves to lower chlorine level

Christchurch City Council is starting to lower the amount of chlorine it is putting in the water at some of the city’s pump stations in an attempt to address taste and smell issues.


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18 May board meeting outcomes


At the 18 May meeting, Papanui-Innes Community Board actions included: a request for a letter to ECan asking questions about air quality monitoring in relation to the Christchurch Northern Corridor project; approval of two applications to the Board’s Positive Youth Development Fund; and discussion of the Board’s area report. Click through to read the full minutes. The board will next meet on Friday 8 June at 9am in the Papanui boardroom.
http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2018/05/PICB_20180518_MIN_2434_AT.PDF

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Young people’s artwork on the windows at Papanui Library


Have you seen the new artwork on the windows at Papanui Library? The 2018 Polyphony exhibition features artwork by young people from Papanui High School, Papanui Youth Development Trust – PYDT, Papanui Baptist Church, Te Ora Hou Otautahi, Te Kaupapa Whakaora, and Casebrook Intermediate School, based on the youth week theme ‘Ahakoa te aha, kei a koe te tikanga: Be who you want to be’.






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A new solution for public transport in ECan’s Long-Term Plan


Breaking news: following ‘overwhelming’ public opposition to their proposal to discontinue six Christchurch bus routes (498 opposing submissions, 48 supportive ones), ECan have had a rethink. The solution considered by ECan (and hopefully approved – to be confirmed) is detailed on the MetroInfo website. Specifically for the Papanui area, the 107 will be retained (but with reduced frequency and shorter operating hours) and the 108 will be ‘mostly absorbed’ into an extended 28 service, which will continue past its current terminus at Northlands and run through Bishopdale & Casebrook to Northwood. Click through for full details.
http://www.metroinfo.co.nz/news/Pages/A-new-solution-for-public-transport-in-the-Long-Term-Plan.aspx

Pages – A new solution for public transport in the Long-Term Plan

 A new solution for public transport in the Long-Term Plan Page Image Image Caption Page ContentThere was an overwhelming response to the proposed options for public transport in the Long-Term Plan 2018-28 (LTP) and we thank everyone who took the time to put in a submission. The majority of submitt…


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Building project planned for historic Windermere Road site


As reported in last week’s Nor’West News, Te Ora Hou Otautahi is planning a building project. The Windermere Road site, now owned by Te Ora Hou, was the location of Loreto College and Koinonia Christian School. If you are a former student of one of these schools, or have any other connection to the site, Te Ora Hou is interested in hearing from you – contact details are in the article, or see their Facebook Page.




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Is is once again possible to turn left out of Grimseys Road onto QEII Drive.


Is is once again possible to turn left out of Grimseys Road onto QEII Drive. Please note that it isn’t possible to turn right out of Grimseys, or to enter Grimseys from either direction of QEII Drive. This configuration is expected to remain until September 2018, and then the intersection will fully close again for about three months, before reopening with its final left-in and left-out layout.




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