12-24 year olds in the Papanui Ward (and across Christchurch) can apply now to join the Christchurch Youth Council executive committee. See the Youth Council’s Facebook page or website (link below) for more details.
Papanui in the news: changes ahead for the Winston Ave building currently tenanted by MSD: http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/business/the-rebuild/86099555/3-million-facelift-for-old-government-offices
Papanui’s only multi-storey building will be refurbished when its public servant tenants move into new central city offices.
Papanui Parallel progress by Papanui Domain, 4 November 2016.
Another milestone for the Christchurch Northern Corridor. Remember to keep an eye out for progress photos from Think Papanui. Locals are also welcome to message Think Papanui when you see construction getting underway in your area.
A sod turning this morning marks the start of works on the Christchurch Northern Corridor Motorway which is designed to ease traffic congestion for North Canterbury commuters! Read more at NEWSLINE: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/newsline/show/1137.
Projects in action: Construction of the Papanui Parallel cycleway has started! Have you seen the work underway in Sawyers Arms Road and Grassmere Street? Here are some photos snapped by Think Papanui’s Simon Britten this week. Information on the cycleway can be found on the Council’s website: https://ccc.govt.nz/transport/cycling/major-cycle-routes/cycle-routes/papanui-parallel/
Progress photos of cycleways in the Papanui Ward
In your community: This Friday at 1:30pm, there will be a special assembly celebrating 50 years at Casebrook Intermediate. All Parents/Caregivers and past pupils welcome to attend. For more information contact the school or follow this link: http://casebrook.school.nz/
This Friday at 1.30pm, there will be a special assembly celebrating 50 years at Casebrook Intermediate. All Parents/Caregivers and past pupils welcome to attend.
The first ordinary meeting of the City Council is scheduled for 10am today. The agenda includes (along with other items) housing policy, petroleum exploration, freedom camping, and the status of City Care. If you’re interested but unable to attend, you can click through this link to watch a live stream of the meeting: http://councillive.ccc.govt.nz/live-stream
Come down to the Redwood School hall between 5pm-7pm tonight to learn more about the proposals for the Northern Line Cycleway.