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Glenfield Road revamp feedback sought

Road revamp feedback sought

North Shore City Council is seeking feedback on its plans for a major upgrade of Glenfield Road.

The first of two public meetings will be held this Wednesday evening (September 18), providing detailed information and a chance for residents to meet the project team. On show will be plans for the proposed roadworks and the results of assessments on noise and landscaping needs.

The council will hold a more formal public meeting on Wednesday, October 9, to invite residents to share their views, and will also meet with local landowners directly.

Information brochures on the project and a survey form have been distributed to all Glenfield Rd residents.

Further information, including the draft impact assessment report, can be obtained from the Glenfield Area Office and the Glenfield Library, or by visiting the council website at www.nscc.govt.nz, where an on-line survey form is also available.

People are asked to return their questionnaires by October 15.

Meeting details: * Informal information evening, Wednesday, September 18; Glenfield Community Centre, 4.30pm - 7.30pm. * Public meeting, Wednesday, October 9; Glenfield Community Centre, 7.30pm - 9pm.

Residents with questions on the upgrade project and consultation programme are invited to contact North Shore City Actionline on 486 8600.

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