HERNE BAY 1011 CAMPAIGNS and NEWS

 

Protecting our rights to have a say on what happens in our community

and next door, our harbour views, local shops, heritage and much MORE!

Stop Auckland Sewage Overflows Coalition (SASOC) presentation to Auckland Council Environment Committee 10 September 2020 click here

July 2020 Plan Change 26 document lodgement click here.  Plan Change 26 is Council's attempt to correct issues around residential zones and the Special Character Overlay (for heritage).

17 April 2020 HBRAI submission to NZTA on Northern Pathway click here

April 2020 NZTA call for submissions on Northern Pathway Please put in a submission by 19 April 2020. It is unlikely many parties will think of making a submission on parking that will impact the southern area adjacent to the Harbour Bridge. With these sorts of submissions numbers count. Click here for further info on how to submit

HBRAI February 2020 Newsletter click here

HBRAI Annual General Meeting 2019 Presentation click here

15 Nov 2018 HBRAI Annual General Meeting

​AGM Presentation (sewage / parking) download click here

27 August 2018 AT Herne Bay Walking Cycling Improvements AT Doc read here

13 December 2017 Herne Bay residents fear Rod Duke helicopter

to 'blast' sand, sea click here

Curran Street / Sarsfield Street re-aligning, cycle access, and more:

Proposed plan from AT for feedback click here

Re-opening of the Wellington Street On-ramp 2013

Campaigned successfully to re-open Wellington Street On-Ramp reducing excess traffic clogging local streets and causing traffic chaos for workers trying to access the Harbour Bridge: 

  • Presented to Auckland Council Infrastructure Committee

  • Conducted a comprehensive media campaign

  • Addressed the Board of Auckland Transport (AT)

  • Met regularly with New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA)

  • Liaised with other affected groups e.g. Ponsonby Business Association

  • Wrote to Minister of Transport and Local Members of Parliament.

 

Other Campaigns 2013 – 2015

Protecting Heritage Buildings and Herne Bay from the Consequences of Waterfront Development

  • Worked in partnership with St Mary’s Bay Association Incorporated on the development of Wynyard Quarter and the lack of provision for parking for workers and residents

  • Prepared a submission on the SkyPath proposal resource consent application noting that while we support the concept e.g. the lack parking provision would impact on Herne Bay

  • Raised awareness about the removal of the old Thai Erawan Restaurant villa at 165 Jervois Road and the potential loss of two villas just four doors away. 

© 2015 HBRAI