The St Albans Pool and Pavilion group has lodged a resource consent to build two outdoor heated pools and associated buildings at 43a Edgeware Road, on the site of the pool demolished by the Christchurch City Council in 2006.
In a bid to do something about the safety of St Albans School children crossing Cranford St at Westminster St the city council has come up with a plan that will:
- Reduce the number of car parks outside the new building in Cranford St, the one with the raised footpath, affecting local retailers
- Restrict ie: time limit parking for other areas
- Create an extra straight through lane (briefly) for cars travelling along Cranford St through the intersection.
In the third week of May, four desktop computers were stolen from the junior block of St Albans Primary School. Continue reading
Location: Transitional Cathedral, Madras St/Latimer Square
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Time: May 25, 7-9pm 1
Description: With insurers wanting to cash settle on claims you need to know the process and entitlements. Dr Duncan Webb of Lane Neave, along with Peter Woods of Anthony Harper are giving their time to help homeowners learn a little about what cash settlement means and how best to navigate successfully through this situation. Peter Woods will specifically look at the EQC aspects. There will be time to ask individual questions. The event is being organised by Claimants4claimants. Donations are being taken at the meeting for Nepal’s earthquake recovery.
Location: Scottish Society Hall, Caledonian Rd
Time: 10.30 am on May 5
Description: The Scottish Society is holding a service to commemorate those who served in WWI. Speakers and children from St Albans School are involved in a performance. But did you know that May 9 (May 8 in Europe) marks 70 years since the Nazis surrendered and WWII in Europe came to an end?
The large northern relief wastewater trunk, which runs along Edgeware Rd to Hills Rd is being repaired.
The repairs involve traffic detours – city bound traffic along Hills Rd will take a detour along Edgeware Rd for a week. Later on the detour will begin at Guild St, go along Slater St and onto Dudley St.
All done by June 7.
Packe St Park is one of the community groups benefitting from the Good in the Hood programme.
Buy your petrol this month, or anything, from Z Shirley opposite the Palms in Marshlands Road and they will give you an orange token to vote for your favourite community group. The park will benefit from some of the $4000 raised.
The more trips you make the more tokens… the more votes … the greater the share of funding.
If you have some spare time and would like to lend us a hand, the St Albans Community Centre is holding a tidyup at 1047 Colombo St during the morning of May 3. It is intended to complete the work between 10am and 12noon. For further information phone 021317584 or email community email@example.com