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Waimakariri District Council advises residents of proposed stormwater and flood mitigation works at 213 Beach Road.
The Works comprise of:
Entry to the construction area is proposed from Beach Road and Askeaton Drive.
As part of Central Government’s ‘Shovel Ready Infrastructure Programme’ in 2020, Waimakariri District Council received a contribution of $9 million to co-fund a major upgrade of the Kaiapoi stormwater and flood mitigation system. The $18.3m project allows for construction of the Beach Road stormwater pumping station, pressure main and flood protection bund.
The property located at 213 Beach Road, Kaiapoi forms part of the scope for this work and is necessary for providing stormwater drainage to protect the urban area of North-East Kaiapoi.
Any objections to the proposed works should be made in writing and received before Friday 22 October.
Waimakariri District Council, Private Bag1005, Rangiora 7440 - Attention: 213 Beach Road
Or deliver to:
Rangiora Service Centre215 High Street, Rangiora