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A 70-year partnership continues to come up roses for the Christchurch City Council and the Christchurch Beautifying Association.
Forty million dollars will be invested in developing the Green Spine through the Otākāro Avon River Corridor if an investment case is accepted by the Government.
A series of projects that will kick-start development of the Green Spine through the Otākāro Avon River corridor are being worked on by Christchurch City Council.
Christchurch City Council is proposing to spend $25 million to $30 million on improving the safety and condition of more than 100 roads in several suburban areas of the city impacted by the earthquakes.
Christchurch is 780 metres closer to having a Coastal Pathway that stretches all the way from Ferrymead Bridge through to Scarborough.
Christchurch City Council’s $3.6 million upgrade of Cathedral Square is set to get under way from next week.
A major redevelopment of central Christchurch’s busiest bus stops is coming to an end, signalling the completion of the final project under Ōtākaro’s An Accessible City programme.
Proposals to use post-earthquake legislation to fast-track changes to the District Plan rules governing the use of Hagley Oval and carparking requirements in Lyttelton’s town centre are moving forward.
Community feedback has led to more than 50 changes being made to an initial package of transport projects proposed for St Albans, Edgeware and Mairehau.