Debbie Porteous

Harbour Rd widening acceleration considered

Harbour Rd widening acceleration considered

The Dunedin City Council is investigating how it could complete widening Portobello and Harington Point Rds in four years instead of nine.

NZTA deadlines loom

Looming deadlines for New Zealand Transport Agency funding assistance are pressing the Dunedin City Council to identify its transportation project priorities before considering other budget priorities.

Plan for 'fever hospital'

Plan for 'fever hospital'

A Dunedin developer is proposing to build up to 19 new student flats around the former ''fever hospital'' near Logan Park.

Committee approves Halfway Bush subdivision

A Halfway Bush, Dunedin, couple have been granted consent to subdivide their rural property into two lots.

Sand dune protection design brief begun

The Dunedin City Council plans to have detailed designs ready soon for a buried backstop wall to protect sand dunes at St Clair beach.

Princes St planning under way

Princes St planning under way

With so much development momentum in the central city south of the Octagon, the time is right to plan improvements to Princes St, the Dunedin City Council says.

More cyclists counted using network

More cyclists counted using network

Cyclist numbers are on the rise on Portsmouth Dr since new cycleways have been made in the area, in apparent opposition to claims nobody in Dunedin cycles.

Warehouse precinct becoming the place to live

Warehouse precinct becoming the place to live

The ''maturing'' of Dunedin's warehouse precinct is driving growth in demand for inner-city apartments, which is viewed as an exciting development for the city.

Apartment living 'really wonderful'

Apartment living 'really wonderful'

Susan Dovey bought her Bond St apartment in 2012, after living 28 years in an Andersons Bay villa, and says she would happily live in the inner city until she dies.

Cycle project scaled back

Cycle project scaled back

The Dunedin City Council has been forced to pare back original plans for the controversial South Dunedin Cycle Network, as the true costs of the project become apparent.