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step forward for a major enhancement to Rangiora’s Lineside Road entrance was
made last night as the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board approved funding to
progress the beautification work.
identified by members some time ago that a number of the entrances into
Rangiora were looking tired, and there was an opportunity to provide better
amenity in these areas. The Board allocated funding for the enhancement work in
April 2017, but the area was earmarked for beautification several years ago.
Community Board Chair Jim Gerard says “A lot of hard work has gone into
securing funds and developing the project ready for implementation. Last
night’s meeting gave the green light for this much anticipated project to
begin, which the Board are delighted about.”
of the improvements involves planting and beautification work to the value of
$30,000, as well as an extension of the kerb to the rail crossing costing an
outlined proposals for stage two improvement works which the board was eager to
see, and they agreed to commit a further $22,000 from its 2017/18 General
Landscaping Budget to improve and beautify the area near the former Lineside
Autos site. This work will merge well with the newly completed Passchendaele
Memorial Path and will see efficiencies in cost by completing this work at the
Staff will prepare a report for Council to consider which will seek funding to prepare strategic plan for town entrances across the District.
Stage two of
the improvement work includes further beautification and enhancement work and
will involve consultation with business owners and the community for their
feedback before plans are finalised.
“As well as
the new enhancements, the whole area will be given a thorough tidy up,” says
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