Parks and Rec General Manager, Mace Ward, to resolve access issues at Pacific Road Carpark…. Maybe ?>

Parks and Rec General Manager, Mace Ward, to resolve access issues at Pacific Road Carpark…. Maybe

Many have read the 20/5/2016 article in the NZ Herald that the developers have agreed to leave Pacific Road and the current carpark alone. General Manager of Parks, Sport and Recreation for Auckland Council, Mace Ward contacted SAVE Te Arai on Friday afternoon to inform us that the developers have a proposal to put forward to the community that retains the current access and carpark for all modes of transport. We have not seen any proposal and we have made…

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Easement changes need to go through Central Government ?>

Easement changes need to go through Central Government

In an effort to clarify many community members concerns. ANY changes to the easement along Pacific Road need to be sent to the Responsible Ministers under the Crown Forest Assets Act. As part of this process the affected community needs to be publicly notified and a submission process followed. We hope that the Developers and Auckland Council can come to their senses and reassess the proposed movement of the carpark before it gets to the Ministers, but there is an…

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Council Ruling in 2015 as to whether the movement of the carpark had to be notified ?>

Council Ruling in 2015 as to whether the movement of the carpark had to be notified

Below is the full excerpt that outlines concerns from advisers to the council (Richard Hollier) and that it is important to ‘safeguard’ future access. Much of which has been relinquished through this non-notified process. Do you think that the restriction of the level access to a public reserve and public beach has ‘less than minor’ impact to the current users?

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Great day down at the Mangawhai Markets today. Lots of information conveyed and concerned locals and visitors alike. We kicked off our petition with loads of signatures. So watch this space for more info on the online version of that petition to come very soon. We also sold out of our car stickers, so we will sort out another order and let everyone that missed out know about that. Show the love and spread the word. #SaveTeArai.

SAVE Te ARai Public Meeting No.3 ?>

SAVE Te ARai Public Meeting No.3

This Sunday 17th April 2016 we will be having our 3rd meeting. All welcome to attend. We will be keeping a formal agenda with discussion at the end if time permits. We aim to have the meeting completed within 1.5hrs If you would like to suggest an item to the agenda, please email agenda@savetearai.org.nz. We have also added a calendar to our site where we will be listing all public meetings pertaining to either North or South Te Arai issues….

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The marginalization of access at Black Swamp beach carpark ?>

The marginalization of access at Black Swamp beach carpark

Developers have moved in and are attempting to privatize a large part of Te Arai beach by restricting the level of access the public has to the reserve and beach by way of relocating the pre-exisiting carpark inland 413-450m and providing a pedestrian only access way from there to the beach. THIS IS NO JOKE. Auckland City Council have been complacent in allowing this to happen and have admitted to not checking the details of the resource application. SIGN UP…

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