David was happy to meet up anywhere on the Ōtākaro as he thinks the whole corridor is amazing and should be an important part of the narrative of our city.
The Wizard of New Zealand met with us outside the old Avonside Girls site as it is close to where he lives and he has been watching nature take it back for the last 10 years.
Peter Wakeman is keen to see more food growing spaces in the former Residential Red Zone, as well as ensuring the land stays in community ownership.
Phil is really keen to see the city to sea pathway as a major priority, as he sees it as a important connector to East Christchurch
Alexandra is super keen for a dog park in the Avon Loop, there is nothing for our doggy friends in the Central City and as there is more and more intensification she believes we need to create these types of spaces for the whole family not just the humans.
Jake met with us at the Avon Loop as he supports the Avon Loop Planning Association in their desire for a peace park.
Stephen met with us at the Fungi Farm a children’s natural play area in the Red Zone, a place he brings his tamariki often
Celeste met with us on the Estuary Edge near where her old family home was Red Zoned. I think you will agree the view was spectacular.
Kim took us to the place where her mother lived in a little retirement village that was Red Zoned. Keeping the community in touch and getting on with it is a priority.
Kelly has spent most of his life knocking around the Burwood part of the Ōtākaro and sees the regeneration plan as an important part of bringing life back to the East