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We’re proposing to extend the central city’s 30km/h slow speed zones – and make short sections of Oxford Terrace and Antigua Street near the Hospital 10km/h.
Consultation opens today, so have your say!
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Christchurch residents have been given a stark choice – cut your water use or put up with chlorinated water for longer. The city council has finalised its plans to upgrade 72 of the city's wells. When that work is completed it will mean about two-thirds of the city's water supply will be unchlorinated.
However, the timing of the works will depend on the availability of drilling machines and specialist contractors. It is also constrained by the number of wells that can be taken out of service, especially over the summer months when there is a high demand for water.
Unless people are willing to cut back on their water use, they won't be able to do much work over summer. The council may also have to resume using the below ground well heads we've shut off, which means water from those pump stations will have to be chlorinated.
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It is with a happy heart - Russell is home after 18 days of being lost