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Report shows Waimakariri is among the highest performing Councils in New Zealand

A second AA rating from expert assessors of Council’s performance across New Zealand has reconfirmed the view of Waimakariri District Mayor Dan Gordon – Waimakariri has a stand-out Council.

Recreation Projects top of the Agenda

The Woodend Sefton Community had a lot to discuss at their most recent meeting – from recreation and enhancing the local environment to concept plans for parks and landscaping budgets.

Williams Street One-Way Northbound on Friday

Northbound travellers of Williams Street will be detoured via Carew Street, Peraki Street and Hilton Street on Friday, as contractors work to install a new watermain alongside a pedestrian island.

Funding Approved for Landscaping Projects

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board allocated funds from its general landscaping budget towards final improvements at the entrance to Rangiora at Lineside Road. This has been one of the Boards flagship projects, and with ongoing work, the entrance to the town is now much-improved.

Talking Improvements for Parks and Reserves

Green spaces and community facilities were very much the theme of a hefty agenda at last week’s Oxford-Ohoka Community Board meeting, the first of the 2020/2021 financial year.

Rangiora Service Centre Issue Smaller Than First Believed

The size of a structural issue in the Waimakariri District Council Rangiora service centre has been revealed as smaller than first believed which means fewer staff need to be relocated.

Kaiapoi Water Pipe Replacement Progresses

A watermain upgrade is underway in Kaiapoi’s busiest street as the Council works to replace ageing pipes along Williams Street. The next stage of works will create short detours for residents using the Fuller Street and Williams Street intersection.

Potential Structural Issues Found in Rangiora Service Centre

The Waimakariri District Council, through a scope of work assessment, has received a preliminary assessment that suggests parts of the Rangiora Service Centre may be at 40 percent of the New Building Standard (NBS).

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