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At the Vero Canterbury Heritage Awards held in the newly renovated Knox Church last night, Waimakariri's Landmarks Team received the Heritage Champion Award.
The Future of Kerbside Collections
The Council would like your opinion on the future of urban kerbside collections in the district. We want your feedback by 7 November 2014.
Waikuku Beach - Northside Country Estate Speed Limits
Should the Council change the speed limit within the new development (Northside Country Estate) off Waikuku Beach Road from 100 kph to 50 kph? We want your opinion.
Community Development in the Waimakariri District
How would you shape the priorities for Community Development in our district? We want to hear from you. Help us to review and update the 2007-2016 Community Development Strategy by filling in a short survey.
Oxford Rural No. 1 Water Supply Upgrade
Council is looking at options for upgrading the Oxford Rural No. 1 water supply. We'll be holding a public meeting to discuss issues and options from 7 pm on Wednesday 22 October at the Oxford Baptist Church, 166 High Street, Oxford.
Ohoka Water Supply and Sewer Scheme
The Council is looking at options for upgrading the existing Ohoka water supply, and for providing a new wastewater scheme to service the community. We will be holding a public meeting where you can hear more about the proposal at the Ohoka Hall at 7 pm on Tuesday 21 October 2014.
Council Approves Concept Plan for High Street Rangiora
Council has approved the concept plan for the redesign of High Street Rangiora that will revitalise the town centre for its shoppers, visitor and businesses as an attractive and appealing destination.
Resource Consent Granted for Rangiora's North-of-High Development
Resource consent for the comprehensive development of a number of sites on the northern side of Rangiora’s High Street has been granted.
Landmarks Team Gets Heritage Recognition
Labour Weekend - Refuse and Recycling: There is no change to the Council's refuse and recycling services on
Labour Weekend, 25 to 27 October 2014. The Southbrook Resource Recovery
Park and Oxford Transfer Station will be open normal hours.
Libraries: All Waimakariri District Libraries are closed on Labour Day, Monday 27 October.
Southbrook Park Car Park - The Council is upgrading the car park and accessway at Southbrook Park. The work is scheduled to start on Monday 20 October and should be completed by Wednesday 23 December.
During this period the accessway will be closed to the general public.
Limited access will be provided for sport and recreation events. These
groups are advised to contact their Southbrook Park representative if
access is required at any other times. For any further enquiries please contact Dan Lewis, phone 03 311 8900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building Consent Applications - Delay - Please note that, in the interim period while the Council is in the process of changing over to its new computer system, there could be delays in the processing of Building Consent applications. We, and our IT contractors, have allocated extra resources to addressing these delays and we hope to be able to return to a more satisfactory level of service as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience delays may cause.
Changes at Southbrook Resource Recovery Park - The recycling bins at the Southbrook RRP have recently been reorganised and sign-written to make recycling a lot more user-friendly for our customers. The road marking - which is intended to provide a better traffic flow and extra parking spaces - has unfortunately been delayed until Monday or Tuesday next week. This road marking will probably cause some delays for customers who are bringing in recycling while the SprayMarks contractors are on site, but the recycling centre staff will do their best to keep providing their usual friendly and efficient service. (24 October 2014)
The Council is Seeking Views About How We Do the Talking - The Council is reviewing how we go about engaging the community so we
can consider community views in our decision-making … and we want to
know your thoughts on how Council ‘does the talking before the
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