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Contractors will start work on the comprehensive redevelopment of the Ohoka Domain on Monday 18 February 2019. We developed this plan for the new domain in partnership with the local community and users of the domain over a number of months.
As this is a fairly large project, the work will be completed in phases to allow users of the domain as much access as possible. We anticipate that the contractors will complete the work in June 2019.
Chris Brown, Manager, Community and Recreation says, “Ohoka Domain is an important asset to the community and it was great to work closely with them to develop this plan. We think this redevelopment will enhance the domain and will benefit the community as a whole.”
Work will begin with contractors upgrading the Whites Road entry to the domain before moving on to extend the main car park and then installing matting to stabilise the grass in surrounding areas.
By mid-March, construction of the new playground area will start and then the existing horse paddock fencing will be removed with new footpaths installed throughout the domain.
From the end of April through to June, contractors will be working to install a new BBQ area, picnic tables and benches across the domain.
Name: Aaron Kibblewhite
Phone: 0800 965 468