Christchurch City Council is meeting at 9.30am on Thursday 12 August. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting are:
- A report that provides the Council with an overview of the initiatives and issues recently considered by the Community Boards.
- A report from the Banks Peninsula Community Board that recommends the Council lower the speed limit on most of the roads in Lyttelton and Akaroa’s town centres to 40km/h.
- A report from the Banks Peninsula Community Board that recommends the Council revoke the designation for a permanent mobile food stall site at the Akaroa Recreation Ground.
- A report from the Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton Community Board that recommends the Council lower the speed limit on Chalmers Street in Hornby from 50km/h to 30km/h.
- A report that recommends the Council change its procurement rules to give a greater weighting to Living Wage employers in the tender evaluation process.
- A Hearings Panel report that recommends the Council adopt the Draft Christchurch Central City Parking Policy.
- A report that recommends the Council approve a loan of up to $1 million for the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association if the NZ Agricultural Show has to be cancelled this year due to COVID-19.
- A report that recommends the Council extend the bus lane trial on Cranford Street, between Innes Road and Berwick Street, until February 2022.
- A report that seeks Council approval of the proposed projects to be submitted as Expressions of Interest for the Infrastructure Acceleration Fund.
- A report that recommends the Council agree, in principle, to extend the tsunami warning system to reflect the updated tsunami evacuation zones.
- A notice of motion regarding the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena.
Read the full agenda.
The public are welcome to attend the Council meeting, which will be held in the Council Chamber on the second floor of the Civic Offices in Hereford Street. Alternatively you can watch the meeting on the live-stream.