40,000 kahikatea trees for Cranford Basin

This week’s Nor’West News reports that up to 40,000 kahikatea trees will be planted in the Cranford Basin as part of a Government initiative to mark the 100-year anniversary of the end of the First World War. It isn’t clear to Think Papanui exactly which part of the basin is to be planted. Last year it was reported that around 370 houses are planned to be built in Cranford Basin, with the first 40 expected by the end of 2020.