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Coastal Hazard Zones - Sumner Public Meeting
Hosted by Christchurch Coastal Residents United , CCRU
Sunday, 30 August 2015 from 5:00pm, Sumner School Hall
If you are coming along to this meeting please register, it will help if we have an indication of numbers, click on the link below http://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/coastal-hazard-zones-sumner-public-meeting-tickets-18306361821 For more information see http://www.ccru.co.nz
Our City. Our Future.
The Christchurch City Council is encouraging residents to have their say about the Long Term Plan that will shape the city over the next 10 years.
The Plan covers everything we do and how we pay for it. This includes:
fixing roads, footpaths and storm water systems
repairing or rebuilding damaged community facilities
our share of the costs for Central City Anchor projects such as the New Central Library and Metro Sports Facility.
July 2014 Update - The Winter newsletter is being delivered to all the homes in Sumner during the first week of July. If you didn't get one, or would like another one, please collect from bin outside The Hub or click on this link for an online version - https://www.dropbox.com/s/22t3z87p0zoka0x/Winter%202014%20NewsletterWeb.pdf .
26 May - Main Road Scott Park to McCormacks Bay, St Andrews Hill retaining wall, Seamount Terrace retaining wall and Ferry Road and Humphreys Drive temporary shoulder sealing
26 May - Port Hills Update
Let's Find & Fix is an initiative led by the community and aimed at finding
and providing temporary fixes to earthquake damaged houses that are not
weather tight, safe or sanitary before winter. The campaign is being led by
CanCERN along with Red Cross and Community Energy Action in partnership with
insurers, claims management companies, EQC, Christchurch Earthquake Appeal
Trust, CERA and CCC.
8 March - The Residential Advisory Service provides independent assistance to residential property owners. It helps them to understand and progress the repair and rebuild process.
Come along to our Petanque social gathering on Saturday 1st February from 4pm. Go to the calendar page for more information.
18 December - Sumner sculpture unveiled by Council
Gerry Brownlee happy with Red Zone Judgment.
Christchurch City Council will be operating a helicopter over the new (lower) part of the Captain Thomas Track on 3 December. They will be flying loads of gravel from the top of Richmond Hill to fill wet areas of the track.
Thank you from Annette and Wayne McQueen
10 October Update - Containers on Heberden Av & Edwin Mouldey Track
Sobering tales about repairs
If you have niggling doubts about the standard of your EQC inspection, don’t ignore them.