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Another Regeneration Project
The terraces and boardwalk will
allow easy access to the riverside within the town centre. Nestled alongside
the Kaiapoi River, the concrete terraces with built-in timber seating will be
an attractive space to sit and enjoy the river view. A proposed floating
pontoon will connect the terraces to the Kaiapoi wharf downriver.
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This high quality development is currently progressing
through a more detailed design and preliminary engineering phase. Construction
of the terraces is planned to start May 2018, and to be ready for the opening adjacent Riverview commercial development in late 2018. Completion of the
boardwalk may be done at the same time as the decks surrounding the commercial
The following work is scheduled for 2018/19:
March 2018 - Stopbank repairs and reshaping (Environment Canterbury)March - May 2018 - Riverwall upgrade (Waimakariri District Council)May - late 2018 - Terraces and boardwalk (Waimakariri District Council)Mid 2018 - Start of river dredging and pontoons (Waimakariri District Council and Environment Canterbury)Late 2018 - Completion of Riverview commercial developmentLate 2018 - Completion of pontoons (Waimakariri District Council)
For further information please contact:
Duncan RoxboroughImplementation Project Manager - District RegenerationWaimakariri District CouncilPhone: 0800 965 468 (0800 WMK GOV) email@example.com