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Cashmere Church replanting

One of the key areas in which Citycare Property has a positive impact on the communities in which it works is through ongoing beautification and replanting of the many council-owned gardens.

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Geology meets construction expertise

The Citycare Water Construction crew laying new drinking water pipes for the Christchurch City Council (CCC) near Lyttelton are constantly solving challenges as they progress from Cass Bay towards the port over coming months.

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Waimairi Stream

A Citycare Property Landscapes team comprising David Giddens, Brian Campbell and Viveni Tifaga — with assistance from graduate engineer John Darwin — has recently completed a stream bank remediation project for Christchurch City Council along a stretch of the Waimairi Stream in Fendalton, near to the historic Daresbury House.

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Merrin School’s Repurposed Obstacle Course

In addition to a brand-new hall and classroom, the Merrin School community in Christchurch will boast a new obstacle course and greenhouse, both of which will be built from repurposed materials from the old school playgrounds.

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Winging it in Woodham Park

An aviary in Woodham Park, Linwood, has a new lease of life. Records show that the Woodham Park Aviary was built after the second world war and while maintenance work has occurred over the decades, more recently the community facility has fallen into disrepair.

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Citycare Property Community Initiatives

Citycare Property strives to be a good Kiwi company and is committed to helping build thriving local communities. Here are some of our most recent Christchurch projects:

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Unfurling of the Fronds

Citycare Property was proud to be part of the team responsible for restoring and installing the ANZAC fronds in Christchurch to their new site on the intersection of Anzac Drive and New Brighton Road.

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New Brighton Surf Club opens its doors

The New Brighton Surf Life Saving Club officially opened on Saturday 30th October, after an 18 month build led by the Citycare Property team. The incredible new multi-use facility is a fit for purpose home for the Surf Life Savers of New Brighton beach.

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Bulls, bees, magpies and wild pigs

Avoiding bulls, bees, magpies and wild pigs and overcoming the obstacles of dense gorse and bracken is all in a day’s work for crews maintaining the Lansdowne rural water scheme for runholders in the hills to the south of Christchurch.

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Not quite a simple cut

Citycare Property lawn mowers in Auckland have faced a double whammy with growth issues this spring season.

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Safety a career focus

Health and safety is an everyday focus for Citycare Property, but for one staff member it’s gradually become a career choice.

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Restoring our Wetlands

In mid-October Ōtautahi/Christchurch hosted the 11th International Wetlands Conference. What had been planned as a face-to-face event, was hosted as a virtual event due to Covid restrictions.

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Bund views

Residents get expansive views across the estuary of the Heathcote and Avon Rivers/Ihutai when they’re enjoying the new shared path on top of the bund in South New Brighton Park.

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Help is on its way

When Christchurch residents report an issue with their water, various Citycare Water teams step in to ensure the problem is repaired in a timely way.

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Collaborating to fix water issues

Thousands of residents report water reticulation problems in Christchurch each month and prioritising the fixes is a continuous exemplar of collaboration between the council and Citycare Water.

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