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Kōrero mai | Let’s talk

Current projects and proposed changes open for your feedback are shown below. For consultations that have recently closed visit Kōrero mai | Let’s talk(external link), or for consultations before July 2023 visit the consultation archive.

Adapting to sea level rise in Lyttelton Harbour and Port Levy

Last updated: 06 Dec, 2023

Adapting to sea level rise in Lyttelton Harbour and Port Levy

Sea levels are rising in response to climate change. We have some important decisions to make so we’re better prepared for the future.

Church Corner safety improvements

Last updated: 30 Nov, 2023

Church Corner safety improvements

We want to make the intersections and crossings around Church Corner way safer for everyone.

Variation to lease on Rawhiti Domain

Last updated: 15 Nov, 2023

Variation to lease on Rawhiti Domain

Eastern Community Sports & Recreation Inc. have requested a variation to their lease to include a cricket pavilion and softball pitch.

Shirley intersection improvements

Last updated: 06 Dec, 2023

Shirley intersection improvements

We’re planning to make the Shirley Road intersections with Hills and Marshland roads safer for everyone.

Bridge Street / Estuary Road roundabout safety improvements

Last updated: 04 Dec, 2023

Bridge Street / Estuary Road roundabout safety improvements

We’re making it way safer for everyone at the Bridge Street / Estuary Road intersection.

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