Category Archives: The Future
A group of New Zealanders concerned about New Zealand’s future and its ability to cope with risks is organising a petition to ask the Government to undertake a risk assessment for the whole country covering economic / financial security, energy … Continue reading
The Council is seeking feedback on its district plan online and through a series of community meetings. The District Plan is being reviewed to address immediate and long-term needs. It sets out the provisions governing the use of land including … Continue reading
Christchurch Central MP Nicky Wagner wants to sponsor a young person from Christchurch to attend the annual Aspiring Leaders’ Forum in Wellington in July.
A report on the Edgeware Village Master Plan, containing key findings of the public consultation, will be presented to the Shirley Papanui Community Board meeting on July 3.
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