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The Cockle Bay Residents & Ratepayers Association Inc is an elected, vibrant organisation, dedicated to working with the Cockle Bay Community.  

IMPORTANT NEWS

AUCKLAND EMERGENCY BUDGET

ON-SITE MEETING WITH AT STAFF ON SHELLY BEACH PARADE, COCKLE BAY
 

On Thursday 2nd December 2021,  local resident Danny Wright, who is leading the project to improve road safety in Cockle Bay,  met with AT executive Melanie Alexander and other AT staff on-site in Cockle Bay.  CBRRA Chair Laurie Slee, Barry Wood and Katya Kersha representing Botany MP Christopher Luxon also attended. The aim of the meeting was to give the AT representatives a first-hand tour of the area so they have a better understanding of the wide range of risk factors to good road safety which exist in Cockle Bay.

 

As a result of the meeting AT has committed to establishing a monitoring programme starting in the new year!

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     SUBMISSIONS TO AT ARE NOW                                CLOSED

 

On behalf of the CBRRA thankyou to everyone who took the opportunity to email a submission to Auckland Transport (AT) asking that the speed limit on Shelly Beach Parade be reduced from 50km/hr to 20km/hr!

If you sent an email submission in to AT please would you let Danny Wright know so he can keep track of the community response? You can email him at  danny@soundhomesnz.co.nz

Please click the link below to read the CBRRA's submission to AT.

                       

LATEST UPDATE ON THE PROPOSED 54 APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT ON SANDSPIT ROAD.

READ WHAT BARRY AND MIRIAM HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE CLOSURE OF THE COCKLE BAY COCKLE BED.

COCKLE BED CLOSED AT COCKLE BAY

Fisheries has instituted a full year-round closure to the recreational taking of intertidal shellfish from 1st May 2021 at Cockle Bay. This will be reviewed after three years. Signs telling the public of the closure have been erected at Cockle Bay.

 

 

 

Click the link below to read the consultation documents and public submission!

PROPOSED ROUNDABOUT FOR ALEXANDER STREET 

 

Auckland Transport (AT) sought public feedback for a proposed roundabout on the intersection of Alexander Street and Avoca and Advene Roads, Cockle Bay with associated other changes.

After reviewing this feedback AT has decided to proceed, with minor changes, to the next stage of detailed planning. Construction is anticipated to take place between July 2021 and June 2022. 

Click below to read AT's responses to the public feedback and see the updated drawing!

           AGM 2022


When:  Saturday, 9th July
Time:    2.30pm 
Where:  Cockle Bay School Hall, Sandspit Road.

 

Our guests this year are Howick Local Board members (and Howick Subdivision Representatives) Adele White (Chair), John Spiller (Deputy Chair) and Bo Burns. They will be speaking and taking questions. This will be a great opportunity for you to engage with our Local Board representatives.


       All welcome!
 

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