Work to transform Invercargill’s City Centre into a vibrant, inviting space starts this week as contractor Downer sets up in Don Street. Downer staff will start setting up site fencing from the Dee Street end of Don Street on Friday, 13 August. Invercargill City Council Roading Manager Russell Pearson said people coming into the CBD […]Read More >
Author: Hannah McLeod
Work starts on City Streets Upgrade this August
The final touches are going on the City Streets Upgrade design, and the project team has confirmed the work programme. Invercargill City Council Roading Manager Russell Pearson said parts of Don Street and all of Esk Street, between Dee and Kelvin Streets, will be closed to traffic from late August, however pedestrian access will be […]Read More >
Umbrella on the Move!
The Don Street Umbrella – Our People – Time and Place will be carefully uplifted from Don Street next week. Invercargill City Council Roading Manager Russell Pearson said the umbrella needs to be moved to allow the City Streets Upgrade in Don Street to begin. “To make sure work can proceed as smoothly as possible, and […]Read More >
ILT By-Election: Drop off your votes, don’t post!
Tomorrow, Friday 21 May, is the last day to post your votes in the ILT By-Election to make sure they arrive in time to be counted. Deputy Electoral Officer Michael Morris said there was still plenty of time for anyone who missed the postal deadline to drop their vote off in person. “If you didn’t […]Read More >
External Appointees report progress, with work still to do
The first quarterly report of Invercargill City Council’s External Appointees has shown positive progress to address the issues raised in the Thomson Report, while noting there is still more to be done to achieve the outcomes needed. The report was discussed at Monday’s meeting of Council’s Risk and Assurance Committee, along with progress updates from […]Read More >
ICC Releases reports relating to HOLDCO
On February 9, two reports relating to HOLDCO Uncalled Capital were considered at a Performance, Policy and Partnerships Committee meeting. One of the resolutions made during the meeting was to publicly release the reports. The recommendations within the reports were all resolved by the PPP Committee and later adopted by Council. This means that debt […]Read More >