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Submission on Wellington City Council Annual Plan 2013

Location

Wellinton
New Zealand

This is our submission on the 2013 Draft Annual Plan for Wellington City Council. Our submission covered the lack of priority and projects for pedestrians, supported the Miramar development to provide better pedestrian facilities, and supported the further development of 'the Promenade' waterfront walk from the railway station to Kumutoto to improve pedestrian access.

Submission on Transmission Gully resource consents

Location

Wellington
New Zealand

This is Living Streets Wellington submission on the Transmission Gully resource consent

Submission on Traffic Resolution 101-11 Tawa shared path

This is the Living Streets Wellington submission on Traffic resolution 101-11 Tawa 'shared path'.

Walking to 2040 - space allocation, parking, and pedestrians 6 September

The third in our series of meetings Walking to 2040 this time looks at space allocation, parking and pedestrians. The issue of vehicle parking often makes it into the newspapers but what is the real situation about space allocation and parking, how does it affect pedestrians, is vehicle parking essential for economic growth, do decision-makers have good information on these issues?

Event Dates: 
Tue, 06/09/2011 - 17:30 - 19:30
Location (Town/City): 
Wakefield St, Wellington
Venue: 
Wellington City Council meeting room 2
Contact person: 
Ellen Blake
Contact details: 
wellington@livingstreets.org.nz

Walking to 2040 - space allocation and pedestrians 6 September

Event Dates: 
Mon, 06/12/2010 - 17:30 - 19:30
Town/City: 
Wellington
Venue: 
Meeting room, Wellington City Council
Contact person: 
Ellen Blake
Contact details: 
wellington@livingstreets.org.nz
Meeting type: 
Face to face
Organiser: 
ellen.blake

Submission on Porirua Transportation Strategy

This is Living Streets Aotearoa Wellingtons submission on the Porirua Transportation Strategy 2011.

Submission on Greater Wellington Annual Plan

Location

Wellington
New Zealand

This is the Living Streets Aoteroa Wellington groups submission on the 2011 Greater Wellington regional councils annual plan.

Greening the Rubble - Make-SHIFT website

On the Greening the Rubble project's website you will see how this project is making a difference in Christchurch despite the continuing earthquakes and aftershocks. Go to: http://www.greeningtherubble.org.nz

Walking to 2040 - community resilience and pedestrians

Join us for a discussion on the importance of pedestrians to community resilience. We'll look at transport innovator David Engwichts work and discuss how we can promote resilience.

Event Dates: 
Thu, 05/05/2011 - 17:30 - 19:00
Town/City: 
Wellington
Venue: 
Wellington City Council meeting room 2
Contact person: 
Ellen Blake
Contact details: 
wellington@livingstreets.org.nz
Meeting type: 
Face to face
Organizer: 
ellen.blake
Organiser: 
ellen.blake
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