Easter rubbish collection: if your normal rubbish collection day is Friday, please note that bins will be emptied on Saturday instead this week. Kerbside collections will operate as normal on Easter Monday. Click through for more information on Council hours over Easter:
Rubbish collection and Easter opening hours
Check out how the public holidays over Easter will affect your rubbish collection dates and find the opening hours for pools, libraries, fitness centres and other Council facilities.
Final reminder: submissions on the ECan Long Term Plan (including the proposal to disestablish the 107 and 108 bus routes in the Papanui area) closes at 5pm on Monday 26 March 2018. Think Papanui has made a submission that includes comments made in response to the previous post on this topic, but your words will carry more weight if you give your own feedback directly. You can do this through the web-based ECan submission portal (follow the link below), but a more user-friendly way is to send submissions by email (to email@example.com) – please ensure you use ‘LTP SUBMISSION’ as your email subject and that your name and address is included. You can also request the opportunity to talk to Councillors about your submission. Video and written/paper submissions are accepted also. https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/plans-strategies-and-bylaws/long-term-plans/
Our Long-Term Plan sets out our service priorities, work programmes and resource requirements such as expenditure and funding for a 10-year period. We produce a new Long-Term Plan every three years, which incorporates our Annual Plan for the first of the three years. A separate annual plan is produc…
Chlorination of Christchurch’s drinking water supply will start from 26 March 2018, starting with Brooklands and Kainga, as well as the Heathcote Valley. Progressively over the following few weeks the rest of the city’s supply will be treated, so we should expect water to have been treated any time from 26 March onwards. More information here: https://ccc.govt.nz/services/water-and-drainage/water-supply/water-chlorination/
The Council is temporarily treating Christchurch’s drinking water with chlorine while it upgrades the below ground well heads. Temporary chlorination will start from 26 March 2018 and provides an extra level of protection against waterborne illnesses.
The Papanui-Innes 2018 Edible Gardens Awards will be presented tonight Thursday 22 March at the Chapel Street Centre, on the corner of Harewood Road and Chapel Street in Papanui, starting at 6pm. If you want to start planning for next year, the 2018 information on the Council’s website would be a good start: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/culture-and-community/community-awards/ediblegardens
The Papanui-Innes Community Board will meet this Friday 23 March at 9am in the Papanui Boardroom. The agenda includes: staff briefings on the Redwood Plunket Room project, the Graham Condon centre, and the St Albans Community Centre (the latter one will be Public Excluded); and an area report covering a range of projects and activities. Click through to read the full agenda: http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2018/03/PICB_20180323_AGN_2431_AT_WEB.htm
Agenda of Papanui-Innes Community Board – 23 March 2018
In the draft Long Term Plan, funding for the Tuckers to Sturrocks Road section of the Northern Line cycleway is deferred by two years – it is now planned to be constructed in 2021 rather than 2019. This section (pictured in this 2016 photo) has a well-worn ‘desire line’ which indicates that many people already use it, despite safety issues. A delay in providing safer access for cyclists and pedestrians may not be just about deferring Council spending – as reported in 2017, negotiations between the Council and KiwiRail over the use of the rail corridor had almost reached a stalemate over “exorbitant” rental costings.
At the 9 March meeting, the Papanui-Innes Community Board: approved no stopping proposals for Harewood Road, McFaddens Road, and Perry Street; approved a grant from the Board’s Positive Youth Development Fund; and agreed to request speaking rights to object to the removal of the 107 and 108 bus routes in the Papanui Ward. A full copy of the draft minutes is available at the link below. The next meeting of the Board will be on Friday 23 March at 9am in the Papanui Boardroom. http://christchurch.infocouncil.biz/Open/2018/03/PICB_20180309_MIN_2430_AT.PDF
The Papanui Innes Community Board has published a special edition of their newsletter, focused on the opportunity for the public to have our say on the draft Long Term Plan. The newsletter includes a link to a factsheet outlining some proposed changes to project in the area. Tonight Wednesday 21 March there is a public drop-in session in the Papanui Boardroom – come along to hear more, chat to board members, and have your say. http://christchurchcitycouncil.cmail20.com/t/ViewEmail/r/E21D53F50DCD93982540EF23F30FEDED/E3FD648D7A0EA3322C69F821C9DCC086
What’s important to you? It’s time to tell the Papanui-Innes Community Board
Now’s the time to have your say on plans and priorities for Papanui-Innes and the rest of the city for the next 10 years at ccc.govt.nz/ltp.
The Papanui Innes Community Board is hosting a public drop-in session from 6pm-8pm this Wednesday 21 March in the Papanui boardroom to discuss the Council’s Long Term Plan. Click through to the event for details… Come along and hear about the Council’s Long Term Plan, have a chat to your Papanui-Innes Community Board members, and let us know what you want for our city for the next 10 years.
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Main North Road bus priority consultation update: the Christchurch City Council has advised of a delay in the decision making for the bus priority proposal for the Papanui area. More than 200 submissions were made, and the project team is investigating a number of suggestions put forward during consultation. A further update is expected in several months. (For background information, click through to: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/consultations-and-submissions/haveyoursay/show/87.)
Main North Road bus priority