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Auckland Council elections a mixed bag for City Vision

Auckland Council elections a mixed bag for City Vision

City Vision is delighted with the election of Julie Fairey as the new Councillor for Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa and pleased the official results have confirmed other progressive gains across the region. However, it is a disappointing outcome for City Vision endorsed...

Introducing City Vision’s team for Ōwairaka

Introducing City Vision’s team for Ōwairaka

City Vision presents a great lineup of candidates for the 2022 elections for the Ōwairaka subdivision of the Albert-Eden Local Board. Liv Roe stands with current members, Christina Robertson, Julia Maskill and Margi Watson (Chair). Julia Maskill Kia ora. I’m keen for...

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Portage Licensing Trust

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Portage Licensing Trust

City Vision has selected a great team of locals for the Portage Licensing Trust in this year’s elections. Returning member Margi Watson is joined by community advocate Marcus Amosa and IT professional Mark Beavis. They believe that the Licensing Trust model delivers...

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Waitematā Local Board

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Waitematā Local Board

City Vision presents a great line up of candidates for the 2022 elections for the Waitematā Local Board. We have some really interesting newcomers – Stephen May, Rosemary Peppermint, Antony Phillips and Anahera Rawiri – who will stand with current members Alex Bonham,...

Delivering for our communities since the 2019 election

Delivering for our communities since the 2019 election

A commitment City Vision and Roskill Community Voice make to our communities is to be transparent and accountable. We aim to report back regularly on our activities and to share our achievements. We were elected in 2019 on the following vision:    To advocate for...

Waitematā 2019-2022 Accountability Report

Waitematā 2019-2022 Accountability Report

In Waitematā our achievements include:  Secured funding for the restoration and seismic strengthening of Leys Institute and Studio Two New playground designs planned for Heard Park and Basque Park Upgraded playgrounds in: Western Springs, Outhwaite Park Grafton,and...

Albert-Eden 2019-2022 Accountability Report

Albert-Eden 2019-2022 Accountability Report

In Albert-Eden our achievements include:  Supported community groups to run events and projects with over $800,000 of grants Secured a second entrance to the new Maungawhau - Mt Eden Train Station Advocated to central government for the best environmental and...

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City Vision went along last week to the Big Switch hosted by Locky Dock on Karangahape Road to support the positive change we want to see - pulling the lever from congested, carbon filled, dangerous streets; to safer, less polluted streets that allow people the choice to ride or walk.The Minister for Transport arrived by public transport to announce 100 new Locky Dock (made possible with sponsorship from Mercury) many of which will be hitting the streets of Auckland soon. ... See MoreSee Less
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