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A revised scheme design for revitalising Victoria Street will be considered by Christchurch City Council’s Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee next week.
Steady progress is being made on replacing the ageing sewer and water pipes that run beneath one of Christchurch’s busiest streets.
Christchurch City Council will proceed with some initial transport projects to help manage the traffic changes likely to result from the opening of the Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC).
A call for community feedback on two options for improving the safety of a busy Harewood intersection has led to about 1000 submissions being lodged with Christchurch City Council.
Work is officially under way on Christchurch’s Metro Sports Facility (MSF), with Mayor Lianne Dalziel joining the Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Dr Megan Woods, and the Minister for Sport, Grant Robertson, in turning the first sods today.
Two Community Boards have voted not to endorse a draft management plan for dealing with the traffic changes likely to result from the opening of the Christchurch Northern Corridor (CNC).
A planned tree-planted median strip in Riccarton Road will be shortened and feature fewer trees to ensure there are no barriers to emergency services travelling along the city’s second busiest road.
Earthquake-battered High Street is in line for a make-over that reflects its special character and position as one of Christchurch's most treasured central city streets.
Christchurch City Council is going to take back responsibility for the work to develop a regeneration strategy for Southshore and South New Brighton.
A new changing facility has been proposed for Sumner beach and locals are being asked what kind of designs should be on exterior walls.