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Debate rages over safety of

birds near proposed pathway

• By Matt Slaughter

THE CHRISTCHURCH 360

Trail group says birdlife will not

be harmed if a pathway is built

along the western edge of the

Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary.

This is based on the final draft

of a Boffa Miskell report commissioned

by the city council

that says: “Actual levels of

disturbance to birds as a result

of the pathway constitute very

low, low or moderate ecological

magnitudes of effect.

“Opportunities to avoid and

minimise these effects are available.”

The Christchurch 360 Trail

is 135km so far and includes

walking tracks around the city’s

radius. The section beside the

estuary is one of the last needed

to complete the trail.

Christchurch 360 Trail chairwoman

Judith Millar said the

pathway proposal includes measures

which will protect birds

from threats such as pedestrians,

cyclists and dogs.

However, Avon Heathcote

Estuary Ihutai Trust chairman

Kit Doudney said the trust “absolutely

refute that.”

The trust and Redcliffs Residents

Association are concerned

building the pathway in the

proposed area beside the Bromley

Oxidation Ponds will put

godwits and about 100 other bird

species which use the estuary in

jeopardy.

Mr Doudney believes the

pathway proposal goes against

the estuary’s status as part of the

East Asian-Australasian Flyway,

which is supposed to protect

birds that use it.

He wants the pathway built

further away from the estuary

and the city council is investigating

this option.

PROTECTION:

Christchurch 360

Trail chairwoman

Judith Millar says

science shows

birdlife will be

safe if a pathway

is built beside the

Bromley oxidation

ponds.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN ​

But Mrs Millar said the

current proposal includes

measures to stop birds from

being harmed.

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Tuesday March 3 2020 3

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Site for temporary housing opposed

• By Bea Gooding

TEMPORARY housing

used after the February 22, 2011,

earthquake will potentially be

moved to Richmond for social

housing leaving nearby residents

angry.

The units were located in

Linwood Park and will be

moved to an empty lot on Guild

St once the city council reaches

a decision on its suitability for

the area.

Stapletons Rd resident

Rick Blackburn whose house

overlooks the site is strongly

against the development.

“I am absolutely against it.

This is right in the middle of an

established heritage or character

area which does not comply with

the council’s code for areas like

this,” said Mr Blackburn.

“The site is not suited in any

way, shape or form for this

development. I recognise that

social housing is a need, but a

much better place for this would

be the old Shirley Boys’ High

School site.”

The SBHS site on North Pde is

flat and closer to amenities such

as The Palms. The Guild St site is

not flat and leads to the removal

of a 50-year-old heritage tree,

limited on-street parking, more

congestion and only has one access

point, he said.

Fifteen temporary units were

purchased by the Christchurch

Methodist Mission from its

previous owners, the Ōtautahi

Community Housing Trust.

Last week, a community

information evening was led by

the CMM outlining their intentions

for the units. The mission’s

executive director Jill Hawkey

said prospective tenants were

for families who had severe and

persistent housing needs according

to the Ministry of Social

Development.

Said Mrs Hawkey: “CMM

will comply with stipulated

conditions of consent and all

relevant building procedures,

requirements and standards.”

The passionate crowd of 60

people were not convinced.

Although they supported

housing the homeless, their

main concerns were the

dwellings would not comply

with the city council’s

regulations on character areas,

and were outraged at the lack of

consultation.

Other concerns included rubbish

management and the unit’s

OUTRAGE:

Stapletons Rd

resident Rick

Blackburn with

his dog, Yogi.

Mr Blackburn

is concerned

that the Guild St

social housing

developments

do not comply

with city council

regulations.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN

size and proximity of each other.

Earthworks required to install

the units do not comply with the

council’s district plan according

to neighbouring residents.

Said a city council spokesperson:

“The application is going

through a process to decide

whether it requires public

notification and if it should be

granted.

“The application will

be decided by a hearings

panel, which will carry out

deliberations in a public

meeting.”

In Brief

CYCLEWAY CRACKING

A resident of Sheldon St,

Woolston, is concerned about the

cracking they say is appearing

on the repaired Heathcote

Expressway cycleway. They have

outlined this in customer service

requests to city council staff and

the issue has been discussed by

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board.

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in an arson attack on Sunday. The

shop is understood to have gang

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being caused by a rival gang.

Money from the fundraiser will

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has been raised so far.

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“The [city] council is investigating

mitigation procedures to deal

with the issues that the estuary

trust people raised and we agree

that there should be measures.

We think there should be screening,

we think that a low barbed

wire between the trail and the

pond [estuary] levee is all that’s

necessary.”

Said city council head of parks

Andrew Rutledge: “The pathway

would be flanked by a security

fence several metres to the

pond side of the path, and screen

planting along the estuary

shore. Planting along most of

the estuary shore already

exists; the project is to provide

screening of most of the remaining

gaps.”

Mr Rutledge said additional

protective measures, which

may also be considered include

“educational signage promoting

the site values, dog exclusion

signage, regular monitoring

of compliance, track closure

at certain times” and “vehicle

barriers at entry points.”

Mr Doudney said these measures

won’t work and birds will

suffer.

“Since last winter, we’ve got

new data from a student who was

working over the summer on bird

disturbance. There will be a massive

impact.”

Mr Doudney believes the

360 Trail group’s members are

avoiding meeting with the trust

so they don’t have to acknowledge

its concerns. He said the trail

group most recently pulled out of

a meeting on February 17.

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Protection to be introduced

DISAGREEMENT: Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust chairman

Kit Doudney says claims that a proposed pathway next

to the Bromley oxidation ponds will not harm birdlife are not

accurate.

Said Mrs Millar: “That is not

accurate.

“It was decided that a meeting

with them [the trust] when

their opinion was so entrenched

was not necessarily going to

be helpful, given that there is a

process under way, which the

council has outlined.”

FITNESS: People have until March 11 to decide their favourite

option for a dog agility area in Radley Park, Woolston.

Dog park feedback sought

• By Matt Slaughter

EVERY PERSON and their dog

is being asked for feedback on

the layout of a dog agility area in

Woolston.

The public has until March 11

to tell the city council which of

the two options being proposed

for Radley Park they prefer.

The first option is for the creation

of two new exercise areas,

one for medium to large dogs

and one for small dogs. A new

plant bed and tree for shade have

also been proposed as part of

this option.

Option two is proposing two

new exercise areas, one for medium

to large dogs and one for

small dogs, three new plant beds

providing separation between

the two areas and three new

trees for shade.

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agility area, with two double

gates for access, will also be installed

if this option chosen.

Funding for the fence will

be requested through the city

council’s 2021-2031 Long Term

Plan and installed when funding

is available if option two is

selected.

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board will

consider all the feedback given

and will approve the prefered

option.

The dog agility equipment will

be installed by July.

•People can have their say

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Sports hub gets $200,000 grant

A SPORTS hub in Parklands

is one step closer to opening

thanks to a $200,000 grant from

the city council.

The city council will lay the

foundations for a new sports

hall in Parklands that will be

used by ParaFed Canterbury

and other community and recreation

groups.

The funding from the city

council’s Capital Endowment

Fund will allow foundations

to be put down for the Pūkeko

Centre multi-use sports hall and

for a breezeway connection to

be built.

It will also cover the costs

of deconstructing the former

Freeville School Hall building

which has been moved to the

site and will be used as a shell

structure for the new sports

hall.

The Pūkeko Centre sports,

recreation and community hub

is the result of a collaboration

between the Parklands Rugby

Club and the Parklands Bowling

Club.

Both organisations lost their

clubhouses in the earthquakes

and decided to work together to

create something new for their

community. The Pūkeko Centre

Pavilion, which provides shared

clubrooms, was the first stage of

the development and it opened

in February 2018.

The city council’s Sustainability

and Community

Resilience Committee approved

the Pūkeko Centre grant at a

meeting on February 27, along

with several other community

grants.

Pūkeko Centre Inc Society

acting chairman Andrew

Weastell said the funding boost

will allow the society to make a

start on what he hopes will be

a six to nine-month building

project to complete the multipurpose

sports hall.

“It’s massive to get this

grant. This new, hub style of

facility is community driven

and designed to meet diverse

community’s needs. The centre

will offer activities for a range

of age groups and help the

growing population in

Christchurch

East keep active and connected.

“When complete, the sports

hall will be used by the founding

clubs and by a significant, new

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towards the

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of a sports

hub in

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PHOTO:

NEWSLINE ​

tenant, ParaFed Canterbury,

for wheelchair rugby and other

sports. Many other local groups

have expressed interest in using

it for martial arts, marching,

indoor bowls, fencing, dance,

badminton and netball,’’ Mr

Weastell said.

Neighbouring Parkview

Primary School is keen to use

the hall for school activities,

including assemblies, and

it will be available for other

community performances,

meetings and events.

Council to

address erosion

at landfill site

CITY COUNCILLORS have

agreed to spend nearly $1.5

million on preventing further

erosion at the old Bexley landfill

site following some heated

debate.

After what three waters

infrastructure and environment

committee chairwoman Pauline

Cotter labelled as some “very

robust debate and discussion”

the council reached consensus on

approving the plan.

The item originally caused

a split vote which was later

rescinded leading to a second

vote, resulting in the plan being

signed off by city councillors.

The plan, which was the

preferred option put forward

by city council staff will aim to

address the erosion problems on

the old landfill’s estuary edge.

The old landfill will be

contained by three layers of

different-sized rock designed to

contain it while also dissipating

the force from the sea, waves and

floodwaters.

This work will involve tonnes

of rock to form a natural beach in

order to protect the foreshore. This

containment work will stop

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Few dog attack prosecutions

• By Sophie Cornish

OF THE 1034 dog attacks

reported to city council last year,

only one resulted in the dog

owner facing prosecution.

Data from city council shows

99.8 per cent of dog attacks in 2019

did not result in prosecution, leaving

some people wondering how

owners of dogs who attack can

be held accountable. Of the 1034

reports 562 were classified as dog

attacks and 472 were classified as

dog rushing complaints.

The city council holds the

power to prosecute dog owners

under the Dog Control Act 1996.

Depending on the offence, an

owner may be liable for fines as

high as $20,000 or jailed for up

to three months.

Aside from prosecution, dog

owners can also face infringement

offence fees under the Act, which

can range from $100 to $750.

In most cases where a prosecution

results in a conviction,

an order is also made for the

destruction of the dog.

Based on data from the past 11

years, on average, 21 dog attack or

rushing complaints are reported

to the city council a week.

Cashmere resident Jayne Abbott

called the statistics “horrendous.”

In December, Mrs Abbott

watched her three-year-old

dachshund Alfie get mauled to

death in front of her in a car park

after two dogs leapt from a car

window to attack.

Mrs Abbott and her husband

Bill were able to provide the city

council’s dog control team with

the car’s registration plate number,

descriptions of the dogs and

owners and multiple statements

from witnesses.

But 10 weeks after the attack,

Mrs Abbott is still waiting to

hear what action is being taken

against the dog owner, who she

understands still has possession

of the dogs.

Mrs Abbott was told by city

council staff they would proceed

with the case to court if they could

gather all the evidence required.

“Quite frankly they have, I don’t

know how much more they need.

I don’t know why it is taking so

long, it’s really black and white.”

The couple are willing to take

their battle to court privately.

“It’s been 10 weeks and we

have got literally nowhere. My

dog was horrendously killed in

front of me and it happens everywhere.

It’s not right.’’

Mrs Abbott questioned the

number of dog attack prosecutions

in Christchurch.

“Are those numbers so low

because everyone does the right

thing and put their dogs down

or are the numbers low because

things just get swept under the

carpet?’’

Christchurch Bull Breed Rescue

founder Abbey van der Plas

wasn’t surprised by the statistics

and believes the country’s Dog

Control Act needs to be “completely

rewritten.”

“It’s so outdated it’s not even

funny. It’s not just Christchurch

City Council, it’s councils nationwide,

in New Zealand every

PHOTO: GETTY

STATISTICS: The number

of prosecutions on owners

of dogs that attack are low.

Christchurch Bull Breed

founder Abbey van der

Plas (left) believes changes

need to be made to the Dog

Control Act to keep owners

accountable.

council writes its own bylaws

when it comes to animal control,

taken from the Dog Control Act.”

Ms van der Plas has been a dog

owner for 17 years and strongly

believes dogs should be on leads

at all times in public.

“Compulsory leashing is the

way to go. Animal control officers

need to have more powers of

enforcement. At the moment, out

of those attacks, if only one or

two people are being prosecuted,

there is no encouragement for

people to keep their dog on a

leash because nothing is going to

happen to them.

“That’s why these types of

things happen because people

don’t keep their dogs on a leash.

They don’t train them for one,

and then don’t keep them on a

leash and then chaos follows.

“There needs to be an

emphasis on encouraging

BY THE NUMBERS

Dog attacks reported to city

council

2009 – 782

2010 – 1117

2011 – 1074

2012 – 1238

2013 – 1272

2014 – 1284

2015 – 1160

2016 – 1091

2017 – 981

2018 – 992

2019 – 1034

Dog attacks that have resulted

in prosecution

2018 – Two, one resulted in

the dog being put down.

2019 – One prosecution filed

for an attack on a person,

which is ongoing.

responsible dog ownership

and enforcing responsible dog

ownership.”

When walking her rescue

dogs in public, Ms van der Plas

keeps them on long horse lunge

ropes.

“As far as they are aware they’re

off-leash, they’re chasing a ball,

they’re free, but we have control of

them the entire time.”

People who want real change

in regard to dog attacks should

approach their local MPs, Ms

van der Plas says.

“It needs to change at a higher

level. Animal control can only

work within the Dog Control

Act. It’s not the council’s fault

they can only do with what they

can work with.

“People need to talk to their

local MPs, talk to people, let them

know there are petitions out there,

and there are people and groups

lobbying for law changes.

“The whole mentality of dog

ownership in New Zealand needs

to change. It’s a privilege to own a

dog, not a right. The animals and

dogs don’t have a voice and they

need people to stand up and be

their voice,” she said.

• HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you

have a dog attack story you

are willing to share? Email

sophie.cornish@starmedia.

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Wynands amazed

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• By Jacob Page

VILLA MARIA netball player

Julia Wynands admits even she

is surprised by her latest

selection.

The 17-year-old, who

lives in Huntsbury, is

the only high school

player in the Mainland

Beko League team for

the upcoming season.

The year 13 student

said it was an unexpected

achievement to

start her year.

“I trialled with the team back

in October and made it through

and I’ve been training with them

since but to find out I made the

team was still a shock.

“It’s not something I expected

to achieve this year.

“When I look back and realise

how far I’ve come since I first

started playing in year 3, it’s quite

amazing.”

The goal defence/wing attack

was an integral part of the Villa

Maria team which finished third

at the South Island secondary

school title last September and

finished 14th at nationals a

month later.

She said she has tried to

increase her fitness levels ahead

Julia Wynands

of her final school year and she

hoped this would help her ease

her into the next step of her

fledgling career,

The Beko League is

seen as a feeder competition

for the ANZ

Premiership and the

Mainland Tactix.

“At Villa we play

against women in the

Christchurch premier 2

competition so that will

help me make the adjustment

but obviously the

standard will be much

higher than what I am used to,”

she said.

Wynands said she was keen to

study psychology next year while

continuing to play netball and

she wanted to do it wearing red

and black.

“I’ve always loved the Mainland

environment and wearing

the red and black throughout the

age-groups so I hope that can

continue.

Her big goal was to play for the

Silver Ferns one day.

• The Netball Mainland

Beko team will play its first

National Netball League

match against Northern

Comets on Sunday April 5.

Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz

Canty league players

earn national call-up

• By Jacob Page

SEVEN CANTERBURY rugby

league players have been named

in New Zealand Rugby League’s

16s and 18s squads for the

upcoming season.

Alesana Mailei and Mathew

Logopati from the Linwood

Keas, Dallas Hurrel-Jones

and Reupena Fialele from the

Halswell Hornets and Hornby’s

Felix Fa’atili have been named in

the 16s squad.

Linwood’s Ethan Faitaua and

Halswell’s Montel Peppard-

Peopaati have earned selection in

the 18s squad.

The wider squads were selected

from the NZRL talent development

camp trials that took place

in January.

The camp saw the NZRL bring

25 under 16s and 25 under 18s

as well as 48 aspiring Kiwi Ferns

into camp at St. Peters School,

Cambridge.

The performance camp was

designed for sub-elite players

to enhance skills, introduce

strength and conditioning and

promote education and player

welfare, encouraging those who

dream of playing in the NRL to

stay in New Zealand until they

are 18, allowing for an extra few

TALENT: Linwood’s Ethan Faitaua plays in a trial match last year.

years in familiar surroundings.

The NZRL are awaiting

confirmation on fixtures and

opponents for both teams but

they will likely play together in

October.

Felix was part of the New

Zealand 16s team last year and

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is the younger brother of Caius,

who has also earned national

representative honours over the

past two seasons.

Both squads took on Warriors

age-group teams in January

before these official squads were

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Family History Help will be held on Saturday at Shirley Library from 10am to

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Society of Genealogists will be available to help with your family history

questions. Free, no booking required.

Yoga for ladies

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Phone Jacqui on 021 257

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Tuesday, Wednesday and

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This group offers

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JP Clinic

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Thursday, 9.30am

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Feijoa season signals the end of summer

• By Ian Knott

It’s March already, and that

means the start of feijoa

season. Has there ever been

a more polarising fruit than

feijoas? Love them or hate

them, these green, oval

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Feijoa and blueberry

shortcake crumble

Serves 12

Ingredients

2 cups peeled and chopped feijoas

1 punnet (125g) fresh blueberries

1 Tbsp sugar

1 tsp ground ginger

Crumble topping

¼ cup ground almonds

¼ cup flour

½ cup wholegrain oats

¼ cup soft brown sugar

50g butter, melted

Shortcake

100g butter, softened

½ cup sugar

1 egg

1 ½ cup flour

1 tsp baking powder

Directions

Preheat oven to 170 deg C

(fan assisted). Line the base and

IN SEASON: Feijoa and blueberry shortcake crumble (left), and warm spiced feijoa doughnuts.

sides of a 23cm square cake tin

with baking paper. Mix together

chopped feijoas, blueberries,

sugar and ground ginger and set

aside.

Prepare the crumble topping.

Put ground almonds, flour,

wholegrain oats and sugar into a

mixing bowl. Stir through melted

butter. Set aside.

Prepare the shortcake. Beat

together butter and sugar until

pale. Beat in the egg. Mix in flour

and baking powder to form a soft

dough. Press dough evenly into

the base of the prepared tin.

Spoon over the prepared fruit

to cover the base. Scatter over the

crumble mix.

Bake for 40-45min until top is

golden and base cooked. Leave

in the tin for 20min before

carefully lifting it out, with the

baking paper onto a cake rack to

cool. Serve cut into pieces with

yoghurt, ice-cream or cream.

Warm spiced feijoa

doughnuts

Makes about 14

Ingredients

1¼ cups plain, gluten-free flour

½ tsp baking powder (gf)

Pinch of salt

½ tsp each of ground cinnamon

and mixed spice

3 Tbsp caster sugar

1 egg

3 Tbsp milk

1 Tbsp melted butter

1 tsp vanilla extract

5 medium feijoas, peeled and

diced into 1cm pieces

Vegetable oil

Cinnamon sugar

½ cup caster sugar

¼ tsp ground cinnamon

Directions

Put 5cm of vegetable oil in a

deep, medium-sized saucepan

and heat to 170 deg C on a sugar

thermometer or until a piece of

bread dropped into the oil turns

golden within 30sec.

Combine the sugar and

cinnamon in a shallow dish and set

aside for rolling cooked doughnuts.

Combine all the dry ingredients

in a large bowl. Whisk the egg,

milk, butter and the vanilla together

then stir into the flour along with

the feijoas until well combined.

Carefully drop tablespoons of

the batter into the pan and cook

for about 2min until a golden

colour and puffed, turning

to cook on all sides. Don’t

overcrowd the pan as the oil

temperature will drop rapidly and

the doughnuts will be heavy.

Remove with a slotted spoon

and drain on paper towels. Roll in

the cinnamon sugar then place on

a wire cooling rack in a 100 deg C

oven until all the doughnuts are

cooked. Eat immediately.


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REAL ESTATE

Heritage Charm, Contemporary Build

204 Cannon Hill Crescent, Mt Pleasant

Auction: Friday 13 March, in rooms from 11am,

at Ray White Metro, 2/76 Hereford Street (unless sold prior)

4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 toilets, 2 living rooms, swimming pool

Listing no. OPA24706

Rich in traditional detailing and commanding

instant admiration, this homestead-style

abode delivers a luxurious hillside lifestyle

and combines the comfort of contemporary

living with timeless design.

Offering a majestic presence, this property

visually epitomises character yet enjoys

the perks of more modern construction.

Originally built 1994 and with the exterior

reclad in 2014 offering you plenty of peace

of mind. Occupying a substantial 1775sqm

section that overlooks Castle Rock, it also

boasts unimpeded views over the city and the

Alps. The superbly presented property makes

further use of its outstanding position with an

alluring swimming pool, a level lawn, decking

and mature gardens architecturally designed

by Goom Landscapes, promising endless

hours of family fun and alfresco entertaining.

The home’s aesthetic appeal is further

reinforced indoors where tasteful styling,

timber accents, contrasting hues and ceiling

beams create an attractive setting for everyday

living.

Beautifully arranged over two levels, the

ground floor responds superbly to modern

family living. The generous open plan kitchen,

dining and lounge area conveniently adjoin

a formal living zone to promote elegant

entertaining or effortless relaxation.

All accommodation is situated upstairs

and includes two master bedroom options,

with each enjoying a walk-in wardrobe and

ensuite. The remaining two bedrooms share a

family bathroom while a total of four toilets

are found within the 210sqm floor plan.

Optimally placed to capture sunshine,

this home also benefits from the additional

warmth provided by heat pump, a gas fire and

excellent insulation. An established driveway,

easy drive-on access and off-street parking are

further highlights of this hillside home.

The various offerings of Mt Pleasant are all

located within easy reach including schooling,

numerous walks and parks, and the myriad

of stores and eateries that lie beyond in

Ferrymead.

Secure your very own escape from the

ordinary.

Open Homes Wednesday 2-2:30pm,

Saturday 3:30-4:00pm and Sunday 2:00-

2:30pm

See you at an open home or call Simon and

Paula of Ray White Ferrymead on 0274

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