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Living Streets Wellington meeting minutes
24th November 2008 Wellington City Council committee room
Present: Mike Mellor, Celia Wade-Brown, Robert Davies, Liz Thomas (minute taker), Ralph Chapman, Paula Warren, Alexia Pickering, Ann Bain, Kris Price, Lily Linton, Kerry Wood, Stephen Palmer.


Apologies: Kim Keene

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The Great Harbour Way - getting around Wellington harbour by foot and pedal

The Great Harbour Way project aims to promote a Walkway and Cycleway around Te Whanganui-a-tara, the harbour of Wellington, New Zealand. The aim is that there will be a continuous, safe, signposted walkway and cycleway around the whole perimeter - from Fitzroy Bay in the west to Sinclair Head in the east. Few, if any, opportunities exist elsewhere in the world to safely walk or cycle the entire coastline of a major city harbour, continually touching the water’s edge.
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LSW_08_08_mins

Living Streets Wellington meeting minutes
25th August 2008t Wellington City Council committee room

Apologies:

Kim Keene, Ian Shearer, Ralph Chapman,

Present:

Mike Mellor, Celia Wade-Brown, John Sherborne, Robin White (NPA), John White,
Robyn Pearce, Richard Herbert, Gerry Barnard, Rosamund Averton, Genevieve
Drake (WCC), Liz Thomas, Andy Foster (WCC), Paul Barker (WCC), Robert Davies,
Dorothy Douglass, Seth Hickling, Jenny-Kaye Potaka, Lily Linton.

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Great Harbour Way needs political commitment NOW

Celia Wade-Brown says "Let's look at the Great Harbour Way and plan for its implementation sooner than later."

A wide scenic route from Wellington to Hutt would be terrific for recreation and commuting.

It's shameful that tourists coming off the ferry from South Island can't cycle or walk along our magnificent harbour in either direction.

Wellington has a lovely waterfront and Petone's foreshore is attractive but there is an ABYSS between.

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Kick The Habit – more people walking more often!

For World Environment Day, Living Streets Aotearoa members are installing pou hikoi or “walking poles” in walkable communities throughout Wellington. The poles are painted black and white like a pedestrian crossing with shoes walking up and onwards! [see http://livingstreets.org.nz/foot_art.htm]

The poles will be up from Queen’s Birthday weekend in time for World Environment Day on the 5th of June.

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Submission on Wellington speed limits 2008

First Name:                Mike 
Last Name: Mellor
Street Address: 11 Newport Terrace
Suburb: Seatoun
City: Wellington
Phone: 04 388 8625
Email: mike.mellor@livingstreets.org.nz
Submitted: 2008-04-29 22:03:32
I would like to make an oral submission: Yes
I am making this submission on behalf of an organisation
Organisation Name: Living Streets Aotearoa Inc
 
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About Us

Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.

We want more people walking and enjoying public spaces be they young or old, fast or slow, whether walking, sitting, commuting, shopping, between appointments, or out on the streets for exercise, for leisure or for pleasure.

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