DCC

Freedom camping proposal concerns

Freedom camping proposal concerns

A Dunedin City Council proposal to move or expand a trial that prompted controversy when freedom campers exceeded expectations at Macandrew Bay has raised concerns in areas on the council radar.

DCC to consider closure of street

DCC to consider closure of street

A proposal to permanently close Montgomery Ave, to enable the Water of Leith to be widened to provide greater flood protection to the city, will be discussed by the Dunedin City Council next week.

ORC approval allows more widening of peninsula roads

Further road widening work on the lower Otago Peninsula road can now begin after consents were granted for the next stages of the project.

Betterways' appeal withdrawn

Betterways' appeal withdrawn

Betterways Advisory Ltd has hammered another nail into the coffin of its Dunedin waterfront hotel project by withdrawing an appeal to the Environment Court.

Feedback taken on potential cycleway snag

Feedback taken on potential cycleway snag

The $4.5 million South Dunedin cycle network may not be completed within the Dunedin City Council's four-year deadline, as Victoria Rd potentially poses another stumbling block.

Benson-Pope loses vote on submission response

The Dunedin City Council has been advised to consider redacting defamatory budget submissions before making them public in future.

Ex-Moana Pool manager takes role in Ashburton

The former manager of Dunedin's Moana Pool, Steve Prescott, is remaining tight-lipped about a new role running Ashburton's $34 million aquatic and recreation centre.

DCC votes against backing risk appeal

DCC votes against backing risk appeal

The Dunedin City Council has ruled out throwing its weight behind the Wise Response Appeal, after councillors divided into camps over environmental concerns and fears of party political lobbying.

Councillor urges better standard of work

Councillor urges better standard of work

Parts of Dunedin are lacking basic maintenance and city council staff need to put pressure on contractors to improve their performance, a Dunedin city councillor says.

Parking compliance improving: council

Parking compliance improving: council

Dunedin City Council's ''pragmatic approach'' to ticketing and warning infringing motorists is improving parking compliance, council regulatory services group manager Kevin Thompson says.

Syndicate content