The Papanui-Innes Youth Development Fund (link below) and Discretionary Response Fund are open for applications. More information, and application forms, can be accessed through the Council website.
Youth Development Fund : Christchurch City Council
Each year the Council’s community boards set aside an amount of money to fund young people in their local community.
The Papanui-Innes Community Board will meet this Friday 24 February at 9:30am in the Papanui Boardroom. This meeting is open to members of the public. The agenda (link below) includes traffic & parking issues and in section 9 a general report on board activities and communications. A PDF version of the agenda is also available from the Council website.
Agenda of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 24 February 2017
See this post from Transport for Christchurch – for around 7 weeks from next Monday 20 Feb it won’t be possible to travel east from Main North Road to the Chaneys on-ramp and Marshland Road:
Marshland Rd no access from Main North Rd and Chaneys Off Ramp eastbound…
CHRISTCHURCH NORTHERN CORRIDOR
Marshland Rd will have no access from Main North Rd and Chaneys Off Ramp eastbound from Dickeys Rd from Monday 20 February for approximately 7 weeks.^SM http://ow.ly/sK8v309580V
EDIT: Update 2:50pm based on information on stuff.co.nz: power is restored to most of Christchurch, the supply remains ‘fragile’, some intersections still flashing yellow. ^SB
Power is reported to be out across much of Christchurch, including parts of Redwood and Papanui. Please take extra care, especially at intersections where lights are out. See Orion’s website for power outage information and updates http://www.oriongroup.co.nz/current
Current Outages » Orion
However, if you are without power and your outage is not listed in our current outages, please contact your electricity retailer or our contact centre on
Unconfirmed minutes of last week’s Papanui-Innes Community Board meeting are now available. Funding applications from the Shirley Toy Library & Papanui Youth Development Trust were approved. Some traffic/parking changes were approved but a traffic island at the Fraser/Cranford intersection (pictured) will be considered at a later date. The next board meeting is planned for 9:30am on 24 Feb.
Minutes of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 10 February 2017
Winters Road, February 2017
Papanui Tigers Rugby League junior registration is happening this Sunday…
Papanui Tigers Rugby League Club
A reminder junior registrations this Sunday 11am-1pm. Papanui Club, Sawyers Arms Rd.
See you there!!
The Papanui-Innes Community Board will meet this Friday 10 February at 9am at the Papanui Boardroom. The agenda includes traffic & parking issues (including changes for the Fraser/Cranford intersection, now carrying more traffic due to the Winters Rd closure), and funding applications from the Shirley Toy Library and Papanui Youth Development. Follow this link for the full agenda (a PDF is also available from the ‘Meetings, agendas and minutes’ section of the Council’s website):
Agenda of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 10 February 2017
In the news tonight: “Oceania Healthcare confirmed on Tuesday it would appeal the decision of commissioner Janette Dovey to decline its resource consent application.”
Planning approval declined for $50 million Papanui rest home rebuild and expansion
Good news for all the concerned residents that would have been impacted by this redevelopment. Although rest homes are important and will become increasingly more important in the years to come they need to fit into the existing environment. This is another successful outcome for Papanui residents following last year’s density rezoning decision.
Papanui & Innes Edible Garden Awards 2017
Nominations are open until 5pm Friday 17 February 2017 in this local awards programme aimed at acknowledging and supporting individuals, schools, and communities who are actively involved in the growing of their own food. Follow this link for more information and an entry form:
Papanui & Innes Edible Garden Awards 2017 : Christchurch City Council
Edible Gardens are acknowledged in the Papanui/Innes ward with the Edible Gardens Award.