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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
The Council has 112 units in Kaiapoi, Oxford, Rangiora and Woodend for people over 65 with limited means.
You can share your views about the Council's plans and projects by making a submission.
The Waimakariri District Council is one of the largest employers in the Waimakariri District and has become an employer of choice.
A number of improvements are being implemented in the Rangiora town centre. This includes realigning and signalising the Cenotaph Corner intersection (High Street/Ivory Street/Ashley Street junction) and reconfiguring High Street to two-way traffic. Improvement work also includes enhancing pedestrian laneways and improving off-street car parking. These projects were signalled and approved in the Rangiora Town Centre Strategy, adopted by the Council in September 2010.
The redesign of High Street includes:
View the parking concept plan (pdf, 552.1 KB).
Progress Update as of 3 November 2017
On Sunday 5 November Council will be carrying the last of the planned work in the town centre to complete
the installation of cabling for the new feature lights.
This weekend the work on High Street will
be focused around the raised platform at Durham Street and completing trenching
work outside the Council offices.
The next road closure is to be
carried out on Sunday 5 November from 6.00am to 6.00pm. During this time the
following closure will be in place:
Parking on High Street outside the Council offices
will be fenced off and a pedestrian detour will be in place.
Both the High Street / King Street and High Street
/ Durham Street intersections
will remain open.
The work this Sunday will focus around
the area outside the raised platform at Durham Street (near Pita Pit).
Pedestrian access will be
maintained along High Street. Should the work be finished early, then the road
will be reopened.
This Sunday will be the last road
closure. The installation of the new light fittings will follow shortly.
Thank you for your patience
during this project.
For more information contact Joanne McBride, Development Manager, Waimakariri District Council. Phone 0800 965 468
The Council is leading a project to develop a precinct bounded by High Street, Durham Street, Blake Street and Good Street incorporating new retail and office space, pedestrian laneways, public/green space and improved car parking at the Council owned off-street Blake Street car park.
The development of this plan follows a project outlined in the Rangiora Town Centre Strategy to enhance connectivity to the Blake Street car park, provide growth of the town centre to the north, and ensure character and quality of the built environment.
The preparation of the precinct plan was subject to stakeholder and public engagement and the Council approved the plan to be submitted to the Minister for Earthquake Recovery by 6 December 2014. The North of High Street redevelopment plan (pdf, 2.6 MB) provides more information.
There are various redevelopment projects underway in the Rangiora town Centre. While we endeavour to provide as much information as possible about town centre developments, the Council does not always have access to the most up-to-date details about private sector developments.