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The capital works programme for Charleston is published in the Hagley/Ferrymead 2000 Community Plan. It outlines specific projects to be undertaken by the Council in the next five years, and other funding, which is listed under neighbourhood works and available for improvements to the area.
The first two years of the programme are definite. However, projects for the following three years may be changed by the Council.
Capital works programmed for Charleston include the upgrading of the playground equipment and kerb and channel renewal for most streets in the area. This will begin with new play equipment in Charleston Reserve in 2002/03 and progress for the following five years or so.
The kerb and channel renewal programme will allow a Living Streets approach to redesigning streets, resulting in a more pleasant living environment. Information on Living Streets can be found below.
As Charleston is an urban renewal area, it is also likely that overhead services will be undergrounded in conjunction with kerb and channel works.
The Hagley/Ferrymead 2000
Community Plan is available free from your nearest Christchurch City Council service
centre or for more information contact:
Ph: 941 8932
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