The petition, set to capture a wide-ranging response both in electronic and hard copy format, distributed throughout the community in multiple locations. Bohanna Motors, Olive grove Café, Waikanae Beach Four Square, Harrisons Garden Centre, Te Horo Café, Shine on Hair Design Te Horo, Riverstone Café Otaki, Local Markets and individuals covered their local areas. In order to gauge the spread of support, the Petitions have been assessed in the following
As you are aware, the lobby group Finish Our Road – Connect Kapiti (FOR) has been working on a revised Business Case to have this important project reconsidered by NZTA. This is almost completed, pending incorporation of some further information provided by KCDC. To date, we have also collected over 2,250 signatories in support of this project. Since the COVID-19 lockdown, Crown Infrastructure Partners Ltd (CIP) has been assisting the
It is nearly 12 months since NZTA announced that they would not be providing us with south-facing ramps at Peka Peka as it. We have achieved a lot to date with official support from the Waikanae and Otaki Community Boards and the setting up of our Finish Our Road – Connect Kapiti (FOR) Website. With Local Body elections now over and the new Council settled in, it is time to
Our group sent out a survey to the candidates of the upcoming Kapiti Coast Local Elections. We didn`t get a response from everyone, but here you will find the answers that we did receive: I fully support a full interchange at Peka Peka, support a review to the report that was not a true record of the population and the impact it will have on the current rural community. Growth
Council backs residents’ concerns over failure to build full Peka Peka interchange The Kapiti District Council has unanimously backed a call by Otaki and Waikanae residents for a rethink on the seriously flawed decision by NZTA not to build a full interchange on to the Expressway at Peka Peka. The Finish Our Road (FOR) group welcomed the Council decision to support FOR investigate a new business case for the full
This is just an update to let you know that the Otaki Community Board unanimously supported our Notice of Motions at their meeting last night. Five people spoke to the Board before the decision was made. Four were from our group who gave very convincing presentations. The motion was presented by Shelly Warwick on Marilyn Stevens behalf, and seconded by Kerry Bevan. Thank you to Councillor Jackie Elliot, Lance Bills, Jeff
This group is dedicated to convincing KCDC and NZTA that south-facing slip roads or ramps are required at Peka Peka. This would improve the Safety and Access to the Waikanae North, Peka Peka and Te Horo communities and prevent an increase of Traffic on residential and rural Waikanae Roads and become a long-term burden for Kapiti ratepayers.