Ellerslie Residents, and Aucklanders, are you wanting Labour Party and National Party views on the Auckland Unitary Plan?
Most Auckland residents do not want the Unitary Plan in its current form. Online sources like the Auckland City blog, and the Auckland City Facebook Page show this, as well as in local public consultation meetings.
Recently Ellerslie Residents Association Chairman, Bryan Johnson asked for the Labour Party’s position on the Auckland Unitary Plan. Labour MP, Su’a William Sio replies to this. To hear the National Party viewpoint, by Simon O’Connor, come to the ERA’s Monday 20th May meeting at Leicester Hall, Findlay Street, Ellerslie.
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Sally Hughes of the Character Coalition is very disappointed on the draft protections for Auckland’s character and heritage under the Auckland City Council’s Unitary Plan. Read about this on the Coalition’s website
Ellerslie Residents oppose application to have another liquor outlet in Ellerslie. Read what East Bays Courier reported.
Ellerslie School faces battles over bogus applications. Read more here from Sunday Herald Read more >>
More zone battles for Ellerslie School – you can read more from the Sunday Herald.
ERA Chairman told the Transport Plan hearings employers are wary of public transport. Read how the Herald reported this.
The ERA is concerned over the growing roll at Ellerslie School and wonders if any Ellerslie residents have had their children refused entry. One Tree Hill resident rejected from Ellerslie School See NZ Herald item
Hewson Street, Ellerslie has been identified as one of the busiest streets in Auckland for callouts to Parking Wardens in order to clear parking blockages. Read the Herald report
Barfoot & Thompson managing director Peter Thompson predicted apartment construction in Greenlane, Ellerslie, Mt Eden, New Lynn, possibly Grey Lynn and Takapuna. Read what the Herald reported.
The NZ Herald reports that the Summerset Group has bought 3.8 ha site in Ellerslie. Does that mean a new retirement village for Ellerslie? Read the Herald report.