October, 2020Work is underway to develop a masterplan for the Ladies Mile/Te Pktahi
Corridor between Shotover River/Kimi-kau and Lake Hayes/Te Whaka
ata a Haki-te-kura - an area of significance for many locals.
This masterplan will be a long-term planning document that provides a
conceptual layout to guide future growth and development, focusing on
working together to create a great place to live, work and play.
It will provide certainty to the community and set expectations for
developers for how the area can change over time.
Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC)s project team is preparing
three early options to test with the community at two public open days
coming up in November. These will be held on Thursday 12 November
from 3.00pm 6.00pm, and Saturday 14 November from 11.00am
5.30pm, at Shotover Country Primary School.
QLDC General Manager Planning and Development Tony Avery said the
open days were a chance for the community to make their views heard
on the future of the Ladies Mile/Te Pktahi area.
This is a great opportunity to meet the design team and let them know
what you think, Mr Avery said.
We really encourage anyone interested in the future of this area to
Anyone unable to attend the public open days can view the options and
provide feedback on letstalk.qldc.govt.nz/ladies-mile-masterplan
between Thursday 12 November and Sunday 15 November.
This process is an early community check in and will help the project
team shape a preferred masterplan. The preferred plan will be released
for a month-long community feedback period in February 2021.
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