Preliminary designs for City Centre Streets revealed

Invercargill City Council will next week receive preliminary designs for the transformation of Don and Esk Streets in the city centre into the entertainment and social hub of the region. Working alongside the Council, urban design specialist Isthmus Group has created the plan for the city centre with input from the local community. Council Infrastructure […]

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Underground services work kick-starts streets upgrade

Work will soon get underway on the first stage of the Invercargill City Centre Streets Upgrade – Don and Esk, starting with essential work on underground pipes on Dee and Don Streets. The first projects agreed under the City Centre Master Plan, street renewals on Don and Esk to connect other city projects and make […]

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Grand re-opening for Feldwick Gates facelift

Everyone’s invited to join in the family fun at the grand re-opening of Feldwick Gates! On Saturday, 27 February, between 10am and 2pm, there will be a formal opening, followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony before the space will be filled with activities, including facepainting, games, food trucks, and entertainment. The Feldwick Gates area has […]

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Public feedback considered as Master Plan pushes ahead

Feedback on the Invercargill City Centre Master Plan is being incorporated into the ongoing design as work is set to begin in the city. Invercargill City Council today considered the feedback of community members and local businesses on the concepts set out in the Master Plan and agreed that initial work should get underway. The […]

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New Community Wellbeing Fund Committee to meet in two weeks

The first meeting of the ICC’s new Community Wellbeing Fund Committee will be held on Thursday 18 February. Three new community appointees – Meggy Bartlett-McBride, Angela Blair and Nathan Burdon will join Councillors Lindsay Abbott, Rebecca Amundsen, Alex Crackett, Peter Kett and Graham Lewis. Decisions on the first funding round, applications for which closed on […]

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ICC Community Wellbeing Fund opens

Invercargill City Council is pleased to announce the opening of its new funding pool: The Community Wellbeing Fund. The fund will be launched on 14 December, with the first round closing on 29 January 2021. The Community Wellbeing Fund replaces the previous Council funds, the Community Grants Fund, the Neighbourhood Fund, the Iconic Events and […]

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