At the recent Neighbour’s Day in the Ellerslie town square on 18 March 2021, the ERA presented some of its ideas to make Ellerslie – even more so – Auckland’s most livable suburb. Please check out the file below are give us your thoughts. And join us by following us at https://www.facebook.com/EllerslieResidentsAssociation !
Here is the submission made by the ERA on behalf of Ellerslie residents to Auckland Transport for its Regional Land Transport Plan consultation.
Thanks to all residents who contributed to it, and please feel free to refer to it in making your submissions.
Here is the submission made by the ERA on behalf of Ellerslie residents to the Auckland Council for its 10-year Budget 2021-2031 (long-term plan) consultation.
The ERA is very pleased to announce that, in partnership with Computer Recycling and with gratefully received support from the Ōrākei Local Board, it will be holding an e-waste collection day on Saturday 17th April at the Ellerslie Racecourse carpark.
Better still, funding from the Board means that items which would usually attract a fee to recycle will be free for Ellerslie residents!
Please see the flyer below for more information, or check out the Computer Recycling website.
Changes to Ellerslie parking have been recommended by Auckland Transport’s Parking Design office.
Their analysis of parking close to the Ellerslie town centre is available below.
It comes up with recommendations, which start off like this:
AT Parking Strategy parking intervention trigger point recommend review of parking management regime if the average occupancy for on-street parking regularly exceeds 85% during the four busiest hours in a day.
According to the parking survey, the average peak occupancy on most of the streets within the study area is well over 85% on regular basis and majority of the parked vehicles are staying for longer time period. Continue reading “Ellerslie’s parking has been studied”
At three public meetings in June, the Ōrākei Local Board will be consulting on its draft Local Board Plan for 2017-2020, says Colin Davis, Chairman of the Ōrākei Local Board in a news release. Continue reading “Public Meetings on the Local Board Plan”
A young burglar is on a early-morning smash and grab rampage through Ellerslie, causing thousands of dollars of damage and so far the police have not been able to get to the scenes of his raids quick enough to catch him.
Do you recognize him in this photo? If you know who he is the Mount Wellington police would like to hear from you.
He has broken into the Ellerslie YMCA nine time in the last month! That’s annoying and expensive.
Chris Laing, recreation manager at the YMCA says, “He is apparently an Ellerslie local based around the Michael’s Avenue Reserve area. Please phone us on 579 4716 if you think you may know who he is. He moves around the community on a bicycle so keep your eyes out.”
Cathy Summers, Ellerslie Residents’ Association committee member said, “This is a smart guy. He’s well covered, wears gloves and leaves very little evidence to tie him to the crimes. Continue reading “Catch this thief!”
Since our community constable, Sarah Johnston, was withdrawn from manning her office in the Ellerslie War Memorial Hall crime has slowly risen in Ellerslie.
The New Zealand Police allocated an officer for Ellerslie based in Onehunga. Gradually, over time, the police have lost touch with the inhabitants of our area who give rise to crime in our suburb. Your ERA committee have been in correspondence with MP Sam Lotu-Iiga and police minister, Judith Collins, requesting the reinstatement of a community constable to man our office from 3pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday, each week.
Click to read the latest letter written by the ERA secretary to the police minister expressing our concerns.