BACG is not just about the Brynderwyn Bypass. We have sent the Whangarei District Council (WDC) a letter about the state of Brooks Road and are asking them to come and talk to us about it. I encourage you to
Members read some further suggestions put forward by the BACG committee here!
New Government Don’t think that the Brynderwyn Bypass has gone away. Even if the government shelves the project for now (and we don’t know that they will), we all know that there needs to be a solution for the Brynderwyn
BACG meets the Northern Conservation Board Kerry, Judy and I met with the Northern Conservation Board at the DOC offices last Friday. We introduced ourselves and what we are doing and showed them the maps of our area including NZTA’s
Late last week NZTA told us that they are pausing any further communication with stakeholders (including BACG and the Alliance) until they have completed briefings with the new government on all their projects. They are not Members view further information
Steve Goldthorpe compared the proposed Brynderwyn bypass route options A and B against the current state highway route and two new alternative routes C and D which include viaducts on the southern side of the Brynderwyn Hills. The next step
Members check on further thoughts on fundraising here!
On Tuesday 7th November 2017, Alliance members spoke to a property owner affected by the Warkworth to Puhoi section of the Four-laning project. We have added more information about this meeting in the members area of the website for you
Going forward we are going to need some professional help and advice. Our membership fees have been kept to a minimum, so we need to fund the things we need in other ways. There are many ways to do this
On Tuesday 7 November, Alliance members spoke to a property owner affected by the Warkworth to Puhoi section of the Four-laning project. She shared some interesting things with us and provided some valuable advice which we will be sharing with