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Enhancing Ecological Reserves

As Rangiora develops to the East, the Council are continuing to enhance open spaces and reserves.  We are now looking to improve the land known as Sparks Land Reserve on Northbrook Road and would love to know what you think about the concept plan.

Have Your Say on how Rural Residential Areas Develop

Waimakariri District Council are wanting to hear from residents about a draft strategy which identifies potential areas for future rural residential development.

Busy Laneway Being Made Safer

The service area behind New World Rangiora is undergoing a re-vamp.

Kaiapoi Riverview Terraces & Boardwalk Officially Open

Another Regeneration milestone was celebrated recently, as large crowds gathered for the official opening of the Kaiapoi Riverview Terraces and boardwalk.

Tree Tidy up in Loburn Domain

Council have a forestry crew starting on site this week in Loburn Domain to remove some of the pine tree plantation.  This is required maintenance to reduce shading on the sports fields in winter and enlarge the embankment overlooking the lower fields.

Kaiapoi Oak Trees to Stay

Five fully-grown English Oak trees will remain in the Adderley Terrace Reserve following a decision by the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board earlier this week.

Join the Cust Community Centre Advisory Group

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Supporting Social Connections

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board were supportive of a grant request from Presbyterian Support Upper South Island, and approved a discretionary grant of $500 towards the cost of running their expo at their meeting last Wednesday.

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