Some businesses in St Asaph Street have approached the CCC asking for more parking (53 more parks) to go onto the street beside the cycleway. The CCC are asking for comment from the public on two options: A few small changes to increase safety (and not parking) or a million dollars worth of work to put in the extra parks at ratepayers cost. Let our Council know how you feel about this.
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This intersection is the access point for the Adventure Park and to mountain bike trails in the Port Hills. It is long overdue for attention. Submissions can be sent to Tara.King@ccc.govt.nz Do include your name, address, phone, organisation affiliation, if any and if you would like to speak to your submission. Link to submission document […]
12 August 2017 RE: Otakaro Ltd. Hospital Corner Submission SUBMISSION FROM SPOKES CANTERBURY Spokes Canterbury is a local cycling advocacy group with approximately 1,200 members that is affiliated with the national Cycling Advocates Network (CAN). All submissions are developed online and include member’s input. Spokes is dedicated to including cycling as an […]
Hi All: Hospital Corner, Riccarton Avenue/Oxford Tce/Antigua, is a junction for the north south cycle route Antigua/Rolleston and the east west cycle route Riccarton Avenue/Tuam via Antigua. With the hospital expansion and new Outpatients Services this already busy area will see thousands more cars and pedestrians unloading and crossing. Otakaro Ltd has proposed that people […]
Basic Information Regenerate Chch email@example.com and 03 353 9600 Press https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/95268876/dramatic-changes-unveiled-will-reshape-christchurchs-cathedral-square “The square has to be a destination, not just a place to pass through.” ‘Regenerate Christchurch chief executive Ivan Iafeta’ “The plan included improving links to the square by upgrading surrounding lanes and streets. Traffic, except perhaps for public transport like the tram, would […]
NZTA Setting of Speed Limits Rule Due in 16.6.17 Link to NZTA for consultation http://www.nzta.govt.nz/about-us/consultations/setting-of-speed-limits-rule/ To make a submission include NZTA Setting of Speed Limits Rule along with your: Name, title ( if any), organisation (if any), postal and email address Send to firstname.lastname@example.org Draft Submission from Spokes Canterbury Spokes strongly supports NZTA in encouraging […]