Category Archives: Shirley/Papanui/St Albans Community Board
Christchurch City Council has adopted the master plan to support the recovery of Edgeware Village.
Location: Bailies Bar, Edgeware VillageTime: September 23, from 7pm Description: With the local body elections coming up in mid October, come and hear what prospective councillors and community board members have to offer, alongside some of the old hands. Come … Continue reading
No public hearings will be held for the draft Edgeware Master Plan Plan because 89 per cent of submissions are in favour of it. The Shirley Papanui Community Board recommended that such hearings were not necessary because of the plan’s … Continue reading
If you are planning a spring fling in your neighbourhood after the brouhaha of the local elections has died down, the city council has a small subsidy available through the local community board for your street party. As long as … Continue reading
Watch out, its electioneering time again. Elections for the Mayor, Councillors and Community Boards will be held on Saturday 12 October 2013.
Nominations are now open for the Shirley/Papanui Community Service Awards for 2013 and close on April 27. The awards celebrate work done by volunteers in their communities and certificates will be presented at a ceremony in a few months time. … Continue reading
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
The Edgeware Village Master Plan is now available for public comment.
Location: Shirley Papanui Service Centre Time: 4pm on December 17 Link out: Click hereDescription: The Shirley Papanui Community Board is expected to endorse the draft Edgeware Master Plan at its next meeting. Visit the linked website and scroll down till … Continue reading
This linked document contains the agenda for the December 5 meeting but it also contains some interesting reading if you read on. At the end of the Community Board minutes in an appendix, in amongst a list of capital works, … Continue reading
The next meeting of the Shirley-Papanui Community Board will be on September 19 at 4pm. Meetings are held at the Papanui Service Centre and are open to the public.
Known affectionately and locally as the Lions Den, the more correctly titled transitional St Albans Community Centre will be opened on Wednesday by Lions International Foundation Chairman Wing-Kun Tam and Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker.