The Leith Place redevelopment continues its inexorable journey to completion and hopefully, sometime after Christmas, it will all be done.
What do locals think about the lack of shade and the predominance of tarmac and concrete? Is this an inviting frontage to our town? Will people be inclined to stop and park in the baking heat of summer without any respite from the sun's harsh rays? And, unlike the frontage it replaces, the new development appears to lack any shady spots with tables where visitors can enjoy an snack whilst taking a break from a long journey so will people just drive on to Taupo before taking a break?
Do you think the new Leith Place will inviting to visitors or was it a shame that we've lost the shady space that we once had in the front of town?
80% I miss the trees80% Complete
20% I do not mind the lack of shade20% Complete
Preparatory work has begun on what will be one of the longest bridges in Hamilton.
WEL Networks started relocating power lines on Tuesday to allow for construction of a bridge over the Waikato River to the Peacocke housing development.
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Tis the season... let's help make other's holidays more merry and bright.
“Wouldn’t it be great if there was a central directory of locally-made, ethically-produced and upcycled gift ideas?
Well, hold the phone - Makers & Local by Ecomailbox have done exactly this, and it’s EPIC! There’s gifts broken into categories, DIY ideas, an eco advent calendar, social enterprises to support, low-waste gift wrapping inspo, and even gorgeous must-see beaches to explore over summer.
Plus 24 of NZ’s eco bloggers have shared their tips for a Merry Mindful Christmas. From great crafty activities, DIY gifts & acts of kindness to celebrate the festive month of December more mindfully and sustainably.
Read more in the Makers & Local guide now.