Latest skate park design revealed
Latest skate park design
The latest plans for the new Pukekohe
Skate Park will be revealed this Saturday at the Pukekohe
The new design is the work of Auckland Council
and landscape architects, aided by former pro skater Chey
Ataria. It has been based on public feedback previously
collected by the Franklin Youth Advisory Board.
design has been adjusted to fit onto the proposed site at
Stadium Drive,” says youth advisory board chair Olivia
Leckner. “We look forward to hearing what everyone thinks
about it on Saturday.”
The youth advisory board will be
collecting feedback on the design, and encourages anyone who
wants to have their say on the future park to turn up for a
sausage sizzle and friendly game of skate.
The event will
be held outside the Pukekohe Town Hall, at 11am on Saturday
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