The Ōrākei Local Board has approved the draft Local Board Plan 2017–2020, which you can find below.
The Local Board Plan is an aspirational document for our community that strategically sets out our priorities and preferences for the next 3 years. The Plan is the Local Board’s commitment to enhance community wellbeing and provides a local mandate to work with the governing body and other partners, such as Auckland Transport.
Although we would like to hear your input and opinions throughout the next 3 years, this time will be an opportunity for the community to have their say on the direction and priorities within the draft Plan.
As it is important to us that all in our community have a voice in the development of our Plan, I invite you to join us for one of our consultation events:
- Thursday 1 June 5.00-6.30pm at St Chads Church and Community Centre, 38 St Johns Road
- Wednesday 7 June from 5.30-7.30pm at St Heliers Church and Community Centre, 100 St Heliers Bay Road
- Thursday 22 June 5.30-7.30pm at Leicester Hall, 20 Findlay Street, Ellerslie
Full details of the locations and maps can be found on the attached document.
Chairman Ōrākei Local Board
View or download the document.
Remuera Golf Club has been lucky enough to have been approached from IGANZ to host the final of the European Long Drive Final in November 2016.
As the main attraction will be 8 of the top 10 Long Drive Touring Pro’s, the opportunity to create a community event has been raised.
To this extent, Remuera Golf Club and IGANZ have secured a Fireworks Display (Thanks to Boulgaris Realty) and are currently creating an evening market to compliment the event.
This will be totally free to all and in addition to the Fireworks, we will be hosting a Kids Zone, Food Trucks and Live Entertainment for all to enjoy.
Should you know of local craft suppliers, we would like to invite them to showcase their products with Pop up stalls.
Volunteers will also be playing their part as we raise funding for Ronald MacDonald house through donations.
At this stage we are unsure of attendance levels but trust we can create a fun evening for all who do attend regardless.
If you would like any further information or have any ideas in addition, please do not hesitate to contact the SRA
Invitation to residents to attend an information evening about apartment development
You may be aware that a large tract of land nestling against the former quarry wall at the south-west end of Stonefields is being prepared for residential development by Todd Property.
We have now developed initial designs for this project which includes a 90 unit apartment complex and 11 terrace houses.
We would like to share this information with residents who are interested or may be affected, particularly given our application for resource consent for the apartment complex requests permission to build to a higher level than currently provided for in the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan.
We would appreciate it if you could circulate this information to members of the Stonefields Residents’ Association and invite them to visit the Stonefields School Hall any time between 6.45pm-8.30pm on Friday 1st of April to view the designs and discuss our proposal with the architects and the Todd Property team.
We have had a few questions asking about the Covenants so here is a reminder where to start:
Many residents may not be aware that each residential site in Stonefields is subject to a set of covenants placed on the title of each property.
The covenants are set out in the “Annexure Schedule” to each Certificate of Title. The covenants restrict certain actions, alterations or buildings within each site. These include limitations on:
• accessory buildings and sheds;
• the parking of caravans and mobile homes;
• structures in the front yard;
• the location of washing lines;
• residents or guest parking on the street unless in a formed parking bay;
• location of satellite dishes; and
• selling or leasing dwellings to Housing New Zealand.
For the time being, the covenants are between the landowner and the developer. If you think that the terms of the covenant are being breached by a neighbour, we suggest the following process:
1. You take the matter up with that neighbour in the first instance and make them aware of the particular covenant breach;
2. If that fails we suggest that you confirm your concerns in writing with that neighbour;
3. Finally, if all else fails you can ask Todd Property to enforce the covenant. Ultimately, the covenants are there to protect your investment and the shared streetscape and amenities that we all should enjoy.
Fisher & Piykel Appliances Ltd is issuing a recall on certian electric cooktop modles solid since 2011. There is a risk of a electric shock.
Please click below to see the safety recall notice to confirm if you have one of these
October newsletter is now available please click link below
Stonefields Residents Association AGM
Our annual AGM will be held in 24 May at 2.00pm at the Stonefields School Hall.
When: May 24 2015 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Where: Stonefields School Hall
81 Tihi Street Mount Wellington
Minutes 2014 AGM
Annual General Meeting Minutes of SRA-18 May 2014
Agenda 2015 AGM
Agenda Annual General Meeting of SRA-24 May 2015
Chair’s 2015 Report
Chair Man Report AGM 2015
We hope to see as many of you there as possible.
Our discussions with Todd Property has confirmed that the stairs between Barbarich Avenue and Magma Crescent will remain closed for between 12 to 18 months as construction will continue on the upper levels. This is for Health and Safety requirements.
The pedestrian access to Lunn Avenue will remain inaccessible for up to 24 months for similar reasons.
The Stonefields Residents’ Association (SRA) has been receiving queries about the construction at Barbarich Dr, parking on Barbarich Dr, and pedestrian access to Lunn Ave and Ngahue Ave via the stairs.
We are in discussions with Todd Property, and once we have received all the relevant information we will report to our Association members through the SRA Website, Neighbourly and FaceBook
The Orakei local board wants your say on the Council’s 10-year budget.
Our president of the SRA will be charing the meeting and the main guest speaker will be Desley Simpson and other
Orakei Local Board members. The topic of 40% rate increase for our residents will be raised.
The SRA strongly suggests all residents to attend.
81 Tihi Street
Saturday 28 Feb 1:30-3:30pm
Please see attached flyer for more information
Resi 10 Y Plan Meeting Flyer