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Owners worried about

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• By Bea Gooding

CHRISTCHURCH Airbnb

owners are concerned about

the future of home-share

accommodation as the city

council mulls changes to its

rules for short-term

accommodation.

Proposed changes to the City

Plan would allow whole unit listings

in some areas but not others,

and would not allow listings in

multi-unit dwellings or on rear

sections.

Another option on the table

enables listings up to a specified

number of days, such as 60, 90 or

120 days per year.

City council head of planning

and strategic transport David

Griffiths confirmed a council

committee would ultimately

decide what to do with the

proposals next month.

But Christchurch Holiday

Homes director Sue Harrison,

who manages homes in

Addington, Sydenham and

Woolston, said there were fears

a change would “put big hotel

profits ahead of what’s best for

the city.”

“For many of us, these rules

would mean putting away our

welcome mats for good.

“We can’t pretend it hasn’t

been hurtful at times when our

intentions have been wilfully

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very deeply about Christchurch,” and breakfasts” under the District

Plan rules, allowing up to modation or whole unit listings

the central city, unhosted accom-

Harrison said.

Woods Megan

In residential zones, singleroom

listings with the owner 90 days.

discretionary activity.

six guests to stay a maximum of required a resource consent as a

present were permitted as “bed In residential zones outside of • Turn to page 5

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Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Thursday, 1-3pm, at Halswell, 1.30-

3.30pm, at South, and Wednesday,

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Take your knitting, crochet, stitching

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Scrabble Club

Friday, 10am-noon, at Linwood,

Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm, at

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French Storytimes with Alliance Francaise, Wednesday, 11-

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If you have a way with words, go

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the groups. Some boards will be provided

but feel free to bring your own.

Creative writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Linwood Library

Writing group leader Jennifer will

work with group members to craft,

create and develop their own stories.

Take some pens or pencils, paper, or a

laptop. This class is free.

Not Just Cards – Social Games

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Monday, 2-4pm

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Tuesday, 11am-2pm

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Award honours nurse’s achievements

CASSIE SCAIFE had a wide

smile as she absorbed the news

that she’d been named Ryman

Healthcare’s nurse of the year.

It was no small achievement

– Christchurch’s Ryman Healthcare

is New Zealand’s largest

retirement village operator and

employs 620 nurses at 36 villages

in NZ and in Australia.

Anthony Wilding Retirement

Village has been a big part of life

for the Halswell registered nurse.

She first started at the village

as a 17-year-old school student,

working in the laundry and then

the kitchen teams when it first

opened in 2007.

Scaife first trained as a

paramedic in Wellington after

leaving school, filling in her time

with shifts as a caregiver at Rita

Angus Retirement Village while

she was studying.

It was while working as an ambulance

officer that she attended

an emergency and realised that

her destiny lay in working as an

aged-care nurse.

“We went on a callout to look

after an older woman who was in

trouble. It was when I was caring

for her that I realised that looking

after older people was what I

really wanted to do,” said Scaife.

“I think my workmates were

surprised, but that’s what I

DELIGHT: Ryman Healthcare’s nurse of the year Cassie Scaife (left) with Anthony Wilding

Retirement village caregivers Ubbie Kooma, Raziya Nisha and Sharma Vasu.

wanted to do.’’

She returned to Christchurch

to begin a three-year nursing

course at CPIT and later returned

to where it all started at

Anthony Wilding to work as a

registered nurse on the afternoon

team.

No one was more delighted

with her win than her mother

and sister, who were on hand

for her awards night celebration

along with daughters Phoebe, 5,

and Hazel, 3.

“It’s an amazing place and

team to work with,’’ said Scaife.

“You never hear them complain

no matter what is going on.

They just get on and put in the

effort to care for everyone and to

do their best for them.’’

She was also grateful for

Jeannie Sales, Anthony

Wilding’s clinical manager,

and Sharon Armstrong, village

manager, for their backing over

the years.

Said Scaife: “Jeannie has been

a great mentor. She’s always there

and makes time for those long

conversations you need about the

lessons you’re learning and the

problems that come up.

“She told me early on to

listen carefully and to ask the

right questions to guide conversations,

particularly with

families.

“It’s been great advice and

something I try to pass on.

“Sharon’s always efficient and

supportive, no matter what the

problem is.’’

Scaife was brought up in

Leeston and a lot of residents

are retired farmers from the

district.

“I’ve grown up knowing them

and their families so there’s a

real community feel to what we

do,” she said.

“Talking to them, seeing

that they are happy and

knowing their quirks is all part

of the job.’’

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tyre.

Cashmere cousins Josh

Baker and Zak Shearer, both

year 11, recently launched Flatless

Tyres, a company that uses

a foam product that sits inside

tyres to stop sharp objects

puncturing the rubber and

damaging rims.

The foam acts as a spacer

between the tube and the tyre

and requires no maintenance

once it is installed.

The project began when

Josh was spending his weekends

mountain biking at the

Christchurch Adventure Park.

But as he started doing bigger

jumps and rougher trails,

his tyres would puncture every

two days, which was a frustrating

and an expensive process

to regularly replace them.

“I’ve been riding pretty hard,

but I kept getting a lot of flats,”

he said.

“After trying other options,

like going tubeless, I got together

with Zak and we started

designing and figuring out a

better way.”

The 15-year-olds are homeschooled

together and make

the products themselves.

Said Josh: “We tested many

types of foam as we tried to

find the perfect type for the

flatless tyre.

“This was fun, we smashed

foam, struck it with hammers,

stretched it and smacked it

until it gave in.

“We only chose the best foam

that didn’t yield to our abuse.”

The pair won $500 from the

University of Waikato’s Seed

Fund programme for young

enterprise start-ups which

helped to start the project.

The venture was part of the

Young Enterprise Scheme

where high school students

nationwide got a taste of what

it was like to run their own

business.

Josh said replacement tyres

would usually cost anywhere

between $15 to $25 each which

added up and could rise over

time to costing as much as

$2000.

Because of this, they believed

the innovation would be

a game-changer in the cycling

world by reducing costs and

waste associated with tyre

maintenance.

This was already evident

INNOVATION:

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young

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and Josh

Baker is set

to rock the

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in a bid to

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from getting

punctures.

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when test riders said it had

improved stability on tracks,

did not puncture, sustain any

damage and weighed the same

as standard tyres.

“We haven’t had too many

orders yet as it’s early days, but

we’ve had a lot of people ask

about it,” said Josh.

“We haven’t seen any products

like this in New Zealand,

so it feels pretty good that

we’re on to something.

“We’re aiming to be at the

top of the market and plan to

continue our business next

year.”

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Concerns outlined to community boards

• From page 1

Policies to restrict nonresidential

activities in residential

zones made consent more

difficult to obtain.

Said Harrison: “We don’t

support discriminating between

hosted and unhosted

short-term rentals. Whether a

host is present or not doesn’t

form a sound basis for regulation

as there’s many variables

involved to police this.”

Airbnb owners did not support

the proposals due to the

growing need for self-catering

homes for groups and families

that many motels, hotels and

hostels did not cater for.

They have outlined their

concerns to community boards

ONE OF several resident

waterfowl species in our estuary

is the New Zealand native

shoveler or kuruwhengi.

It is easily mistaken for the

Mallard duck but if you look

carefully you will notice that

the shoveler has an enormously

large bill which is very

handy when sieving water and

BIRDS OF THE ESTUARY

Tanya Jenkins is the manager of the Avon-Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust,

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There have been as many as

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our estuary and all this time

you may have thought they

were all just common mallard

ducks. It is a tough job for the

female laying a many as 10

eggs which she will incubate

across the city.

They favoured the option

which removed restrictions on

whole unit listings and treated

home-share accommodation

as a residential activity.

“This option allows for

better regulation by registering

homes. All other options leave

you with an impossible compliance

issue.

“If you restrict self-contained

homes, visitors will limit their

time in Christchurch,” Harrison

said.

They supported a nationwide

approach to regulations which

did not “geographically distort

the market,” and a mandatory

code of conduct for owners,

managers and guests enforceable

under a three-strike rule.

AirDNA data shows

Christchurch hosts earned

about $50 million between

August 2018 and 2019.

It is estimated about 250,000

guests were hosted last year.

Griffiths said some regulations

could be approached

from a nationwide perspective.

“A nationwide code of

practice would be possible for

short-term accommodation,

but would require agreement

of all listing platform providers,

council and other regulatory

agencies,” he said.

“However, a nationwide

code of practice could not be

the only regulatory mechanism

in spite of this being a

on her own and then bring up

the youngsters all by herself.

Not likely we will see mum

and her brood in our estuary,

as she prefers to keep them

hidden during the day and

instead feed them at night to

protect the family. These birds

only live up to seven years –

not very old for a bird species.

preferred option. City council

has responsibilities under

the Building Act, Resource

Management Act and other

legislation that the code may

not address.’’

The Government could also

issue objectives and policies to

ensure a consistent approach

to managing the issue, such as

the use of land and its effects

that all councils must enforce.

The city council will

present a report to the Urban

Development and Transport

Committee outlining

recommendations on a

preferred option including

whether or not to notify

changes to the District Plan

next month.

HANDY: Shovelers are

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bills, which help them to

sieve water to find their

food. PHOTO: PAUL CORLISS

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A new era for long-established Opawa retirement village

Chatswood Retirement Village is

about to say farewell to its grand old

lady with the demolition of the original

1890s’ villa their residents have called

home for many years. The villa was

one of the originally built houses in the

Opawa area and part of the initial startup

building of Chatswood Rest home.

To meet changing market

expectations, the long-established and

privately owned Chatswood Retirement

Village has been undergoing significant

redevelopment in recent years and is

now about to undertake the demolition

and redevelopment of what was part of

the old rest home site.

Originally built to accommodate 37

rest home residents the architecturally

designed replacement building will

soon house 18 spacious care rooms with

full en-suites and mini- kitchenettes,

taking in stunning views of the Port

Hills, along with a brand-new spacious

reception and administration area. The

building will be ready for occupation in

2021.

At a minimum of 29sqm, each care

room will be able to cater for residents

through the full continuum of care,

meaning they will not need to move

rooms to receive any higher level of

care. Each room will cater for residents

from those more independent to those

requiring hospital level of care.

“We are conscious that families as well

as potential residents want appealing

space and surroundings when they are

looking for care for loved ones,” says

sales and marketing manager Rhonda

Sherriff.

“Chatswood village has been

developed sympathetically to appeal

to the local residential surroundings,

with single-storey, villa-like buildings

and beautifully landscaped grounds.

Chatswood has been awarded

community garden awards for the last

number of years in recognition of the

care and attention the gardens receive

throughout the year.”

Chatswood Retirement Village prides

itself on being a boutique care complex,

close to many local amenities, and with

the reputation for delivery of good

quality care. Management and staff

ensure that residents and their family

members needs are individually known

and catered for, with personalised

packages of care.

Chatswood is privately owned by very

experienced aged care facility owners,

so this means management, staff and

owners can react quickly to situations,

be responsive to residents’ needs and

deliver personalised quality care.

“Our staff consists of very experienced

Registered Nurses on site 24 hours a day

along with well-educated and trained

care staff. Our clinical staff are some

of the most skilled and experienced

in Canterbury and go well above the

call of duty to ensure residents receive

Consider Chatswood

for your

“Forever Home”

comprehensive care.”

Chatswood offers a homely

atmosphere and friendly people that

work and reside on the site.

“Residents express that they belong

to one large extended family at

Chatswood. This was endorsed during

our Covid-19 lockdown when families

were able to keep communicating with

residents via IT technology each day,

when they could not meet their loved

ones in person,” Rhonda says.

Chatswood has 36 superbly

appointed, warm spacious one and

two-bedroom apartments and studios,

which take in the sun and beautiful

garden aspects. They welcome enquiries

from anyone who would like to

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Their care rooms, apartments and suites

are popular so don’t hesitate to give

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Specialists advise a vehicle

check as winter sets in

Winter weather can present a range of tricky driving

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