Developments in Mt Cook – Invitation to a public meeting

August 2, 2007 at 8:54 am | Posted in Events | 2 Comments

A group of Mt Cook residents are hosting a public meeting on Tuesday 21 August between 7-9pm at the YMCA gymnasium, Tasman Street. Please come if you live in Mt Cook or nearby, or you are an interested Wellingtonian – someone who cares about what happens in your city.

The meeting will provide a chance to learn more about local urban planning and development issues, to have your say, and to help create a new way of discussing local needs and wishes with government and commercial interests. The format for the meeting allows plenty of time for discussion, having fun, being creative or you can come along just to listen.

The themes we want to discuss for our neighbourhood include:

CHARACTER – the look and feel of a place

COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND VITALITY

LOCAL FACILITIES / AMENITIES

TRANSPORT – getting around

PUBLIC HEALTH

CULTURE – the social environment

We also expect to cover immediate concerns about the Memorial Park and the BGI site (Tasman St) development.

Refreshments and cake provided to keep the energy up.

Thats it for now – I’ll post more information over the next couple of days.

If you would like to go on a residents mailing list to receive details about this and other such events, please email us.

Posted by Geoff

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