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September 10, 2019

Vision Kerikeri has for many years been promoting the benefits of a a main street that is prioritised for the pedestrian rather than the car. 

I walk through the CBD several times a week and often take time out to enjoy a coffee street side. The major detraction from both experiences is the traffic volume which generates considerable noise and vehicle fumes. The danger of crossing the street is somewhat mitigate...

November 8, 2016

More charm or growing disarray? What do we as residents want for the ongoing development of Kerikeri?

Vision Kerikeri is holding a public meeting this month to help to inspire positive planning outcomes for our great little town. Some of the topics we will focus on are:

  • Should we have a more pedestrian friendly main street?

  • Are you concerned that Kerikeri Rd could look like Mill Lane?

  • Does good urba...

September 2, 2016

In my article of 18 August I raised the issue of an effective traffic circulation solution for Kerikeri. In response to a number of questions raised with us I have provided some background information to this.

For historical reasons Kerikeri does not have a grid road system. Development has been linear spreading along Kerikeri Road as a result of Kerikeri evolving in an ad hoc, unplanned way.  We were unready fo...

August 17, 2016

We have long advocated developing an improved traffic circulation system in Kerikeri to improve traffic safety and flow in the CBD. A road from Countdown in Butler Road to Homestead Road and on to Clark Road.

Kerikeri Road traffic patterns have been static but this is changing with signs of considerable house construction and associated economic activity.. The KeriKeri Road/Hobson Avenue roundabout is now very b...

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We have created this news styled site as a way of regularly posting updates on matters that should be of interest to you as a resident of or business operator in Kerikeri.

 

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A working bee is held on the first and third Monday of every month from 0830 to 1130.

 

A public planting is usually held in June of each year - details will be posted closer to the date.

 
If you are interested in either of these please contact Rod Brown

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