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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 22 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Development Concepts Wanted The Waimakariri District Council is seeking concept proposals from developers for Kaiapoi's South Mixed-Use Business Area as interest in the town heats up. The Council has already been approached by several interested parties with various proposals for Kaiapoi's three Mixed-Use Business Areas. decision making, delivery of services, and communication and engagement. Meetings Notice Waimakariri District Council is one of only two Councils among 33 assessed to get to AA level. The following meetings will be held in August 2020. The Council is looking for developers with a proven track record and appropriate level of experience, to acquire land for attractive mixed use development - which could include residential, business, car-parking and public amenities. All meetings will be held in the Function Room, (upstairs) Rangiora Town Hall, 303 High Street. Rangiora, unless otherwise stated. Successful proposals will need to align with the Kalapoi Town Centre Plan, which casts a vision of Kaiapoi as "New Zealand's Best Rivertowni and promotes the potential of the town to become even more vibrant and attractive. Waimakariri Zone Committee Monday 3 August commencing at 3.30pm. Council Tuesday 4 August commencing at 1pm. Once the concept proposals are evaluated, the Council will work closely with candidates to reach an agreement for the development of the land. The Request for Concept Proposals will be open for six weeks from Wednesday 22 July. more information about the process and making a Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Wednesday 5 August at 7pm at the Oxford Town Hall, Main Street, Oxford. (The Public Forum section of the agenda will occur from 7pm to 7.25pm) Have you registered your dog yet? By now you should have received your 2020-21 dog registration application. Woodend-Sefton Community Board Monday 10 August at 6pm at the Woodend Community Centre, School Road, Woodend. submission can be found on the Council website at waimakariri govt.nz/kaiapoisouth Update from Community Boards The Community Boards have been busy this month setting their priorities for landscaping and supporting the wider community through their discretionary grant funding. If you have a dog and have not received your dog registration, then contact us on 0800 965 468 or office@wmk.govt.nz to update your records. Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Wednesday 12 August at 7pm. Land and Water Committee Thursday 13 August at 9:30am To avoid penalties, pay your annual dog registration by Friday 31 July 2020. Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board Monday 17 August at Spm at the Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, 176 Williams Street, Kaiapol. All dog registrations can be paid online at Landscaping projects approved include things like beautifying the entrance of Rangiora, to a welcome sign at Woodend Beach, through to landscaping on a popular reserve in West Eyreton, waimakariri govt.nz or at our service centres in Oxford, Rangiora and Kaiapoi. Mahi Tahi Joint Development If you are paying by internet banking, please use the first animal ID number listed on the form as a reference. Committee A number of community groups received funding to help with events and activities across the District. This includes an upcoming family focussed event in Kalapoi and support for volunteers to access first aid training in Woodend. Tuesday 18 August at 9.30am Only strip tags are available now as disc supply has run out. District Planning and Regulation Committee Tuesday 18 August at Ipm. For more information go to waimakaririgovtre Community and Recreation Committee Tuesday 18 August at 4pm. All the Community Boards have discretionary funding available and you can find out more on our website by searching "Community Board Funding". Waimakariri is among the highest performing Councils' in New Zealand The Council were pleased to receive a second AA rating from the Local Government Excellence Programme CouncilMARK", We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Rangiora Service Centre office@wmk govt.nz, 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook Multi-Sports Facility (Stadium Waimakariri) Steering Group Thursday 27 August at 10.15am. All meetings are open to the public. Agendas are avallable two working days prior to meeting. Agendas and minutes for meetings can be found on the Councils website waimakaririgovt.nz OWaimakaririDistrictCouncil Try our online options waimakariri govt.ne/ The Council was assessed by an independent board of experts in key areas including govemance, strategy and leadership, financial services/online-services Snap Send Solve App. Sarah Nichols, Govemance Manager. WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz ISTRICT COUNCIL COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 22 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Development Concepts Wanted The Waimakariri District Council is seeking concept proposals from developers for Kaiapoi's South Mixed-Use Business Area as interest in the town heats up. The Council has already been approached by several interested parties with various proposals for Kaiapoi's three Mixed-Use Business Areas. decision making, delivery of services, and communication and engagement. Meetings Notice Waimakariri District Council is one of only two Councils among 33 assessed to get to AA level. The following meetings will be held in August 2020. The Council is looking for developers with a proven track record and appropriate level of experience, to acquire land for attractive mixed use development - which could include residential, business, car-parking and public amenities. All meetings will be held in the Function Room, (upstairs) Rangiora Town Hall, 303 High Street. Rangiora, unless otherwise stated. Successful proposals will need to align with the Kalapoi Town Centre Plan, which casts a vision of Kaiapoi as "New Zealand's Best Rivertowni and promotes the potential of the town to become even more vibrant and attractive. Waimakariri Zone Committee Monday 3 August commencing at 3.30pm. Council Tuesday 4 August commencing at 1pm. Once the concept proposals are evaluated, the Council will work closely with candidates to reach an agreement for the development of the land. The Request for Concept Proposals will be open for six weeks from Wednesday 22 July. more information about the process and making a Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Wednesday 5 August at 7pm at the Oxford Town Hall, Main Street, Oxford. (The Public Forum section of the agenda will occur from 7pm to 7.25pm) Have you registered your dog yet? By now you should have received your 2020-21 dog registration application. Woodend-Sefton Community Board Monday 10 August at 6pm at the Woodend Community Centre, School Road, Woodend. submission can be found on the Council website at waimakariri govt.nz/kaiapoisouth Update from Community Boards The Community Boards have been busy this month setting their priorities for landscaping and supporting the wider community through their discretionary grant funding. If you have a dog and have not received your dog registration, then contact us on 0800 965 468 or office@wmk.govt.nz to update your records. Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Wednesday 12 August at 7pm. Land and Water Committee Thursday 13 August at 9:30am To avoid penalties, pay your annual dog registration by Friday 31 July 2020. Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board Monday 17 August at Spm at the Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, 176 Williams Street, Kaiapol. All dog registrations can be paid online at Landscaping projects approved include things like beautifying the entrance of Rangiora, to a welcome sign at Woodend Beach, through to landscaping on a popular reserve in West Eyreton, waimakariri govt.nz or at our service centres in Oxford, Rangiora and Kaiapoi. Mahi Tahi Joint Development If you are paying by internet banking, please use the first animal ID number listed on the form as a reference. Committee A number of community groups received funding to help with events and activities across the District. This includes an upcoming family focussed event in Kalapoi and support for volunteers to access first aid training in Woodend. Tuesday 18 August at 9.30am Only strip tags are available now as disc supply has run out. District Planning and Regulation Committee Tuesday 18 August at Ipm. For more information go to waimakaririgovtre Community and Recreation Committee Tuesday 18 August at 4pm. All the Community Boards have discretionary funding available and you can find out more on our website by searching "Community Board Funding". Waimakariri is among the highest performing Councils' in New Zealand The Council were pleased to receive a second AA rating from the Local Government Excellence Programme CouncilMARK", We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Rangiora Service Centre office@wmk govt.nz, 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook Multi-Sports Facility (Stadium Waimakariri) Steering Group Thursday 27 August at 10.15am. All meetings are open to the public. Agendas are avallable two working days prior to meeting. Agendas and minutes for meetings can be found on the Councils website waimakaririgovt.nz OWaimakaririDistrictCouncil Try our online options waimakariri govt.ne/ The Council was assessed by an independent board of experts in key areas including govemance, strategy and leadership, financial services/online-services Snap Send Solve App. Sarah Nichols, Govemance Manager. WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz ISTRICT COUNCIL