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Here's the latest news on Regeneration progress in Kaiapoi, The Pines Beach and Kairaki.
Feedback on the roading designsWe asked our community for their feedback about the proposed new road link connecting Feldwick Drive with Cass Street, and the rebuild of Courtenay Drive, from 2 to 24 May. We received eight written submissions and met with twenty nine people at the two community drop-in talk sessions.
Underground work on Courtenay DriveThe sewers in Courtenay Drive, Charters Street and Wyber Place suffered significant earthquake damage during the 2010/2011 earthquakes. Work began in early May 2017 to install two new wastewater pump stations adjacent to Courtenay Drive, along with 300m of gravity sewer, 400m of sewage pumping
main and some stormwater pipes. This project is expected to be completed in October 2017.
The Kaiapoi Riverview Terraces and BoardwalkAn exciting new development is currently being designed for the Kaiapoi Town Centre. The Riverview Terraces and Boardwalk will be located between the proposed commercial precinct and the Kaiapoi River on the north-east side. Construction of the terraces is planned to start later in 2017.
New water and sewer mains in Kaiapoi EastWork is underway on the new water trunk main along the northern edge of the Kaiapoi East regeneration area from Williams Street to Beach Road, with a side branch in Sewell Street. This water main will replace abandoned mains and provide a more reliable and resilient water supply. These works started
last month and are due to be completed in September 2017.
A lens over the Regeneration projectsEvery month, through a short video, we’re going to show you what’s happening with the Regeneration projects. You’ll also get to meet some of the people making it all happen. We hope you enjoy these short videos. Watch the video here:
For more details about the project, visit:http://www.waimakariri.govt.nz/services/emergencies-and-recovery/regeneration