Pukerua Bay Residents' Association

Community Organisation

Pukerua Bay Residents' Association
2 Pukerua Beach Road
Pukerua Bay
Porirua 5026
130 days ago

Litter Survey results for December 2020

Web Secretary from Pukerua Bay Residents' Association

Many thanks to Gillian Candler who organises the Pukerua Bay Litter Intelligence surveys. The latest survey was held on Sunday 6 December, and as always the results are published on the Litter Intelligence website.

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192 days ago

September 2020 RA meeting minutes

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The minutes from the September meeting of the Pukerua Bay Residents’ Association are available in the link below.

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276 days ago

Coffee in Pukerua Bay!

Web Secretary from Pukerua Bay Residents' Association

Pukerua Bay now has a café of sorts – the new coffee caravan from Greedy & Co. on the grounds of the former St. Mark’s chapel on 98 Rawhiti Road, opposite the school (map). Open 8am – 1pm, Tuesday–Saturday. Fresh roasted coffee, hot drinks and home-made baking including pies, scones, … View morePukerua Bay now has a café of sorts – the new coffee caravan from Greedy & Co. on the grounds of the former St. Mark’s chapel on 98 Rawhiti Road, opposite the school (map). Open 8am – 1pm, Tuesday–Saturday. Fresh roasted coffee, hot drinks and home-made baking including pies, scones, muffins, and gluten-free banana loaf.

277 days ago

July 2020 Residents' Association meeting

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Residents Association meeting 7.30 tonight at the RSA on Wairaka Road. See here for agenda and June minutes.

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293 days ago

Have your say on Plimmerton Farm development

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Porirua City Council (PCC) is changing its District Plan to use a fast-track process for the Plimmerton Farm development, and is asking for the public to give their views on it. This is our only chance to influence the outcome of this development by persuading the Minister for the Environment (who … View morePorirua City Council (PCC) is changing its District Plan to use a fast-track process for the Plimmerton Farm development, and is asking for the public to give their views on it. This is our only chance to influence the outcome of this development by persuading the Minister for the Environment (who makes the final decision on the plan change) to protect the unique values of the Taupō Swamp and wetlands in the area. We will have to live with the decisions made now in perpetuity.

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