Daily Archives: March 31, 2011

DCC Draft Annual Plan 2011/12

The Draft Annual Plan 2011/12 is available for public consultation until Tuesday 12 April 2011.

The Draft Annual Plan 2011/12 contains information about what the Council intends to do in 2011/12 year and the ten years beyond this year.

The consultation period is your opportunity to “Have Your Say” about what you want to see included in the Council’s plans.

There are a number of ways to make your submission to the Draft Annual Plan 2011/12. Submissions close at 5pm, 12 April 2011.

More information:
http://www.dunedin.govt.nz/your-council/draft-annual-plan

You can request a printed copy of the Draft Annual Plan by phoning Customer Services 03 477 4000.

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St Clair esplanade, Dunedin

### ODT Online Thu, 31 Mar 2011
Developer sells share in hotel
By Simon Hartley
St Clair developer Stephen Chittock and Calder Stewart Property – who together built 26-room boutique St Clair Beach Resort, valued at $14 million – have parted company, with Mr Chittock retaining no stake in the award-winning hotel.

In October 2006, the area was rezoned from residential 1 to local activity 2, allowing commercial activity for small-scale businesses, retail shops, apartments and restaurants to be built as of right, without public notification. The Dunedin City Council spent more than $6 million rebuilding the Esplanade seawall and redeveloping the landscaping in 2004.

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Dunedin’s one-way system

Council acting transportation planning manager Sarah Connolly wants public input on the project, and for the council to consider what its priorities were in the area.

### ODT Online Thu, 31 Mar 2011
Major road rerouting back on agenda
By David Loughrey
A multimillion-dollar plan to reroute traffic through Dunedin is back on the agenda, and a major change to the city’s one-way system is heading the list of possibilities. The Dunedin City Council has been working with the University of Otago, the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) and the Otago Regional Council on the issue, and council staff plan to take the results of their work to councillors later this year.
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