Bexley

The subdivision made up of Seabreeze Close, Waireka Lane and Kokopu Lane, which contains around 60 homes was built over the last 5-10 years on reclaimed land and was hard hit by Saturday’s earthquake. Most homes and sections are covered in deep layers of sandy silt and houses have lifted, cracked and sunk. The streets were still without water and power today although portaloos were available. A sewage pumping station was pushed half a metre out of the ground, cutting the area’s sewerage system.

In the earthquake of September 2010 over 100 houses in the suburb were rendered uninhabitable by silt and subsidence due to liquefaction.

Many people are now questioning why Bexley was built in the first place and there is talk of legal action been placed against the council. The area was very very badly damaged.

Below are a list of works notices that are specific to Bexley, you can full a full list of Road and Work notices for Christchurch here.

Portchester Street - Bexley - Overhead power cable relocation

Starts 29 Oct 2012, Ends 19 Nov 2012
Added Thursday, 25 October 2012 3:46 p.m. Complete

Pages Road - Bexley - Wastewater collector main installation

Starts 21 Sep 2012, Ends 26 Oct 2012
Added Monday, 10 September 2012 5:16 p.m. Complete

Waitaki Street - Bexley - Wastewater pipe investigations

Starts 31 Aug 2011, Ends
Added Tuesday, 14 August 2012 9:17 p.m. Complete

Velsheda Street - Bexley - Wastewater Repairs

Starts 20 Oct 2011, Ends 27 Oct 2011
Added Tuesday, 14 August 2012 9:16 p.m. Complete

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Below is information regarding the Fletcher/EQR Hub for Bexley.

Hub Name North New Brighton (QEII) Hub
Address 245 Bower Avenue, North New Brighton
Phone Number 03 341 9979 (Office is near QEII
Email Address clo.northnewbrighton@eqr.co.nz
Notes Servicing: Aranui, Avondale, Bexley, Burwood, Dallington, New Brighton, North New Brighton, Parklands, South New Brighton, Southshore, Wainoni, Waimari.

Aranui Satellite Hub
250 Pages Road, located at the back of the Nga Hau e Wha
National Marae
Tel: 03 341 0136
Servicing: Aranui, Avondale, Bexley, Wainoni.

Submit your own vision for Bexley

Melanie says
For mostlyRecreation
When?Now 0-3 years
Natural playgrounds for kids in red zones areas such as Bexley. I am so sick of the plastic playgrounds that are every where and all look the same. Google natural playground for children for ideas.
18/08/2014
Peter says
For mostlyRecreation
When?Now 0-3 years
Build houses on Rawhiti Golf Club and relocate golf course to Bexley red zoned land.
9/07/2014
Sara says
For mostlyCommunity
When?Soon 3-8 years
An urban playground for families, native bush, a lake such as Pegasus has....somewhere kids can kayak, swim and just muck around...paths for bikes, paths for people...places to sit and and relax...
16/03/2013
Jesse says
For mostlyRecreation
When?Soon 3-8 years
Sailing and sea sports recreation area.
16/03/2013
Celia says
For mostlyEnvironment
When?Soon 3-8 years
Internationally recognised wetlands - Peter Scott Wildlife Organisation has done this in UK. Biggest recreational sport in USA is bird watching.
3/12/2012
Jimmy says
For mostlyRecreation
When?Now 0-3 years
Camping and tourist activities for locals as well.
28/10/2012
Liam says
For mostlyEnvironment
When?Eventually 8+ years
Turn this area into an estuary park. Bring the waterways in and make this a really amazing place for the city to show ecology and urban space working together.
26/10/2012

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