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This website is dedicated to the recovery of St Albans and its city, Christchurch following a devastating series of earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. This service by the St Albans Residents' Association offers relevant local information. If you are from an organisation or a business and have essential information you would like to share with the community, then please get in touch by email to email@example.com and we will endeavour to publish it here.
SARA also maintains two Facebook pages: one for the Newsletter which you can find at St Al bans News Facebook page and the other relates to the St Albans Community Centre.
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Category Archives: The Future
Families are struggling to make ends meet on low wages with little chance of earning a higher wage. How are people meant to live and also save money for retirement on $13.75 per hour? If you agree with these claims … Continue reading
Cobbled streets, wider footpaths, lots of trees, better signage and cafe tables in laneways are among some of the suggestions in the Draft Edgeware Village Master Plan out for consultation until April 10.
The future Christchurch will be rebuilt around a series of key activity centres outlined in the draft Land Use Recovery Plan currently in the consultation phase.
Ecan, the regional government currently being run by commissioners, has produced a LURP or land use recovery plan and now seek public comment until April 22.
The city council’s plan for Edgeware is open for comment until April 10 and the council wants to hear what people think about wider footpaths, the proposed cycle route through Trafalgar Street, paved roading and shared space at the corner … Continue reading
Share your ideas for the eastern suburbs in Christchurch and see what others have come up with. It’s a bit like the CCC share an idea consultation but this one is run by the community. Click here for Eastern Visions … Continue reading
The inaugural Spring River Festival being organised for the weekend of October 20 and 21 celebrates the eastern end of the Avon River with bus trips, walks, picnics and talks. The Spring River Festival also includes science events, such as … Continue reading
The Sumner Local Food Group is hosting a Local Food Resilience presentation by Robina McCurdy of Earthcare Education Aotearoa on August 20 at the Sumner Fire Station in Wiggins Street.
A communications audit carried out on the Christchurch City Council highlights shortcomings in its relationships with communities and individuals and suggests ways to improve this. The report was presented to the council in late July and made public.
CCC staff will be reporting back on Thursday, August 9 with a summary of the discussion about the future of St Albans held in April.
Your feedback is required for the Christchurch City Council’s draft transport plan. But you have only a few weeks to have your say on the transport plan that will determine its development from 2012 to 2042. Public sessions are being … Continue reading