Waitītiko Meola Creek and Chamberlain Park

November 5th, 2019

Kia ora Albert Eden Local Board and Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa Ward Councillors.

Thanks to those who have invited STEPS to give our perspective on any upcoming decisions relating to Chamberlain Park’s future. As a group STEPS wants to see future enhancement of Waitītiko Meola Creek, its environs and the underlying aquifer.

We support changes to Chamberlain Park which will enable its recreational use by all Albert Eden residents, walkers, bike-riders and others, while enhancing habitat for indigenous life forms and protecting fresh water. We attach a short statement outlining some opportunities we see to enhance and restore the natural environment during future change processes.

Other supporting documents may be found here and here.

Please contact us if you want more information.

Ngā mihi nui,
Elizabeth Walker
Chair, STEPS
St Lukes Environmental Protection Society Inc

Auckland Heritage Festival Walk 2

October 28th, 2019

Thanks to all those that attended the second Heritage Festival Walk, which followed the third stage of the Meola Waitītiko Mountain to Sea Walk. Special thanks to Hugh Grenfell who provided insights into the geology of where we saw!

First Heritage Festival Walk Complete; One to Go

October 21st, 2019

Thanks to everyone who attended Sunday’s Mountain to Sea Walk. Debbie, Daisy, Zachary, Caitlin, Jenny, Paul, Sel, Roy, Liz, Neil, Mac, Freddie and Trevor, it was great to have you along. This was the first leg of two being in conjunction with the Auckland Heritage Festival. If you missed out, the next leg is on this Sunday, details here: http://www.heritagefestival.co.nz/events/detail.asp?ID=2814

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