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Selwyn Times: July 18, 2017

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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Tuesday July 18 2017 7 Your community news online News Team for new Lincoln school • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding A SCHOOL principal, holiday programme business owner and a senior lecturer are part of the team behind the establishment of a new school in Lincoln. Appointed by the Ministry of Education, the establishment board has been meeting weekly since May to plan the opening of the new Lincoln school in early 2019. Former property lawyer Suzy Petersen is chairwoman of the establishment board while Busy Bumbles owner Rebecca Scott is deputy. Ladbrooks Primary School principal Penny O’Brien, Lincoln University senior lecturer Amanda Black, Halswell Primary School Louise Ponce also make up the board. The school, currently known as Lincoln South Primary, will be built in two stages. Stage one of the $14 million project will cater for 450 students with a final roll of 700 when stage two is completed. While a site is yet to be signed off, it will be situated on the south side of the Lincoln township. It will be a full primary school for year 1 to 8 pupils. An official name for the school DEVELOPMENT: The team behind establishing a new school on the south side of Lincoln. (From left) – Lincoln University senior lecturer Amanda Black, Establishment Board chairwoman Suzy Petersen, Halswell Primary School teacher Louise Ponce, Busy Bumbles owner Rebecca Scott and Ladbrooks Primary School principal Penny O’Brien. ​ is yet to be established. Establishment board chairwoman Suzy Petersen, said the vision of the school is yet to be finalised with further consultation with the community planned over the next few months. The first round of consultation over the school was held in August last year. “I am relatively new to the community and I am excited to get involved . . . hopefully my wee baby girl will go to the primary school when she is at school age,” Mrs Petersen said. •HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think Lincoln needs more primary schools? Email your views to georgia.oconnor@ •From page 1 Ms Alder responded on Facebook: “At present we have residents ignoring both ours and the district council’s signage and using them as private parks, not very cool really.” She said the district council was “gearing up for enforcement across the board”. “Enforcement will apply . . . we are just working through how and by whom,” she said. She was working with the district council to determine whether the district council or Black Door would enforce restrictions. Make us your homepage! ENFORCEMENT: The owner of the Black Door Bar and Eatery is adamant enforcement will be applied if unauthorised vehicles park in its car parks. Black Door parking dispute Fire rages, homes at risk Yesterday, district council environmental service manager Tim Harris would not comment on Ms Alder’s Facebook response about “across the board enforcement”. He also would not discuss the clamping and tow away issue. “The Selwyn District Council is speaking directly with the owner of the business to resolve this issue,” he said. •HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you think of the wheelclamping signage? Email your views to georgia. Birthdays & Anniversaries Celebrate your special occasion the Terrace Downs Resort way. Breathtaking views, superb cuisine giving you the option of premier accommodation. Packages available Let us make your special day a day to remember! High Country High Tea A Finest Slice of High Country! What better way to spend an afternoon with friends or family than in the tranquil setting of Terrace Downs Resort. Available everyday 11am - 3pm Illustration only. $29 per person or $39 per person with a glass of bubbles Booking essential Minimum 2 people Only one hour’s drive from ChCh Make your Sunday extra special with our popular Sunday Buffet Come and enjoy a delicious menu of classic and International flavours, accompanied by live music. Every Sunday 12:30pm Adults $45pp, Kids u12 only $20 Phone 03 318 6943 623 Coleridge Road Windwhistle, Canterbury Email: Want to learn about Selwyn’s freshwater? Come along to one of our seminars at Lincoln University. Hosted by Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee. Moderated by Sue Jarvis, Lincoln University. DATE TOPIC PRESENTERS Thurs 20 Jul 12pm and 7.30pm Water quality Melissa Robson - Landcare Research Thurs 03 Aug 12pm and 7.30pm Thurs 17 Aug 12pm and 7.30pm Thurs 31 Aug 12pm and 7.30pm Thurs 14 Sep 12pm and 7.30pm Te Waihora/ Lake Ellesmere CPW (Central Plains Water) Farming to limits in Selwyn A first step... what more needs to be done. Lunchtime seminars: Held in the D6 lecture room (Landscape Building) from 12pm to 12.50pm. Evening seminars: Held in the S1 lecture room (Stewart Building) from 7.30pm to 9pm. For more information find us at Tim Davie - Environment Canterbury David Perenara-O’Connell - Taumutu Rūnanga Susan Goodfellow - CPW Ron Pellow - South Island Dairy Development Centre David Birkett - Foundation for Arable Research Panel discussion