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Proposal to erect two LED billboards at 99 Clarence Street
The application seeks to erect two LED 27m2 billboards to an existing building at 99 Clarence Street, Christchurch.
Proposed LED billboard at 590 Moorhouse Ave
The applicant seeks resource consent to construct a freestanding 32m² LED billboard sign. Please see attached Assessment of Effects for further detail.
Proposed repairs to Penfold's historic cottage
Christchurch City Council is seeking feedback on its plans to stabilise and repair James Penfold's c.1870 cottage on Scott Park, near Ferrymead Bridge. This follows recent drainage works to stop further moisture damage to the historic cottage.
Barrington Park Playground Renewal
Christchurch City Council plans to renew the playground equipment at Barrington Park as part of its playground renewal programme.
Summit Road Proposed prohibited times on road restrictions
Summit Road is a popular recreational area with ecological significance. It is vulnerable to fires as seen recently, and historically with the burning of the Sign of the Bellbird in 2015. It is in the interests of the city to protect this asset.
Proposed Marine, River and Lake Facilities Bylaw 2017
The Council is consulting on a proposed replacement bylaw to regulate marine, river and lake facilities.
New Brighton Beachside Playground Concept Design
Development Christchurch Limited is seeking feedback and ideas on what will be New Brighton’s brand new Beachside Playground
Te Oka Reserve Management Plan initial information gathering
Christchurch City Council would like your comments and suggestions for planning the future of Te Oka Reserve. Your input will help us draft a management plan for Te Oka Reserve, which will determine how the park is looked after for future generations.
Misty Peaks Management Plan initial information gathering
Christchurch City Council would like your comments and suggestions for planning the future of Misty Peaks Reserve. Your input will help us draft a Management Plan for the Reserve, which will determine how the park is looked after for future generations.