Accountability reports from your elected representatives

Over the summer we will be reporting back on what we've been up to since the election in 2016. Check out updates on the City Vision facebook page  and look out for hard copies of our Accountability reports in the mailbox.

Local Government Elections 2019: candidate expressions of interest

Nominations now open for candidates interested in standing for the Local Government Elections 2019 City Vision is the community voice representing the people of Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa and Waitematā and Gulf wards.  We also stand candidates from across the ‘old’...

The City Vision Entrust Campaign

My thanks to both the candidates and all those that worked on the City Vision for Entrust Campaign. To win a majority of the 5 trustee positions on Entrust we needed to double our own vote and have the C&R vote stay about the same. That did not happen and the...

Accountability report from the City Vision team on the Waitematā Local Board

Accountability report from the City Vision team on the Waitematā Local Board

Your City Vision team on the Waitematā Local Board chair Pippa Coom, deputy Shale Chambers, with members Adriana Avendano Christie, Richard Northey, Denise Roche and Vernon Tava

At the 2016 local government elections you re-elected the City Vision team to maintain a strong, effective Waitematā Local Board that delivers on issues that matter to you.

The City Vision team stand with you to build a fair, sustainable, vibrant and connected city for everyone to enjoy. Our local communities are diverse, creative and forward looking. City Vision has the values, experience and policies to help Waitematā realise its potential. Our guiding principles are available here. 

Your City Vision team on the Waitematā Local Board chair Pippa Coom, deputy Shale Chambers, with members Adriana Avendano Christie, Richard Northey, Denise Roche and Vernon Tava are committed to:

  • Meeting community priorities within budget
  • Careful financial oversight of parks, libraries, community facilities and pools
  • Funding for community groups and community-led projects
  • Support community leases for organisations such as Rape Crisis
  • Seeking out, listening and responding to community views
  • Support seven business associations and local economic initiatives
  • Support for events including Parnell Festival of Roses, Myers Park Medley, Grey Lynn Festival, Festival Italiano, Artweek and West End Tennis Cup
  • Transport choice, outstanding public transport and safe walking and cycling
  • Ecological sustainability and low carbon action plan initiatives

Here is a snapshot of what we have achieved since the 2016 election:

More highlights are in the Local Board Achievements report 17/18

The team’s report back to the community will be delivered to households during February.

We are your representatives and are always happy to talk. Do get in touch.  Contract a board member directly or call 021 1802 506  (Denise Roche, Deputy Chair, City Vision) or email City Vision at cityvision.org.nz@gmail.com