Residents, tent lovers and hut builders You are invited to help make a giant tent sculpture with the community for the Grey Lynn Park Festival. Bring you tent and add it to this wild and playful canvas city.  Part monster, part urban design project. Date: 29th and 30th November Time: All day/evening Location: Grey Lynn…

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Press Release on Bunnings from the Arch Hill Residents:  20 May 2013 We are pleased to advise that at 11.40am on final submission day (20th May 2013), over 45 official submissions were hand delivered to Council into the care of Mr David Oakhill by Sue Lyons and Katie Sutherland on behalf of Arch Hill residents. …

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  We had a terrific turnout  at our call for interest in the forming of Urban Environment Group  We have clearly tapped into an issue that people in the area are concerned about. The  meeting was reported the next day on National Radio’s Morning Report which is a first for Grey Lynn 2030. Grey Lynn…

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Grey Lynn 2030 is calling a public meeting with the intention of forming an Urban Design Group. We want to gather people together to discuss the realities of intensification of our area and also the protection of heritage buildings. Part of this trend is historic villas are being removed to make way for new houses.…

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Auckland Permaculture Workshop (APW) members Gary Marshall, Rilke de Vos and Finn Mackesy ran a workshop at the August Grey Lynn 2030 meeting. APW is a collaborative design, research and education initiative set up to explore and create innovative permaculture solutions for the Auckland bioregion. The intention of the workshop was to expose Grey Lynn…

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Clause 52 of the Resource Management (Simplifying and Streamlining) Amendment Bill 2009, banning general tree protection in urban areas. ACTION IS NEEDED NOW – IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT TO START WRITING NOW (if you haven’t already) and please pass this on to others who might be also be interested. It is expected that the government…

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