Our town centres improvements projects are initially focusing on Waikanae and Paraparaumu town centres. Other work has already been done in most of our District’s other town centres, but over time we'd like to revisit and redevelop these. We'd appreciate your input into the potential timing of any future upgrades. These will be considered alongside the rates affordability issue in our long term planning processes.
Here's a breakdown of the previous work completed on town centres in the District, to give you an idea of what has already been done. If you have a view on priorities for future work for these and other centres please let us know at one of our open days or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Where||What was done and when||Amount spent|
|Paekākāriki||2006-2011: General upgrade to the main street including street furniture||$650,000|
|Raumati Beach||2011-2013: Major upgrade of stormwater system and bridge to reduce flooding risk, upgrade of Marine Gardens including installation of the splash pad, undergrounding of power and telephone services, purchase of addition car parking space||
Made up of: $839,000 gardens $678,000 car parking $3,515,000 stormwater $3,378,000 bridge
|Paraparaumu Beach||2007-2010: Upgrade of the main shopping street and connections through to the beach area||$1,170,000|
|Waikanae Beach||2016 Community Futures Project|
|Ōtaki SH1 and railway station||2008-2009: Upgrade of the railway carpark and landscaping surround it to tie through to the main road||$400,000|
|Ōtaki Main Street||2010-2012: Major upgrade of stormwater system, street furniture, paving, parking zones and traffic movement||$2,740,000|
|General town centres work||2006-2011 Small packages of work spread over different centres and years||$360,000|