The year is moving quickly and we would like to remind you that there are some important consultations and information sessions coming up where you can be informed and share your views
HEREFORD STREET the roadway between Cambridge Terrace and Manchester Street will be reconstructed.
Council is holding two drop-in sessions this week where you can learn more about the work planned along Hereford Street. They will be held on:
Christchurch City Council have released their draft annual plan and is encouraging everyone to give feedback before it is finalised in June.
The CCBA will be submitting to the annual plan so we would like to hear from you if there are any issues you want to see covered in our submission.
If you want to feed in directly, submissions can be made from now through to Thursday 2 April at 5pm. They can be made online at Have Your Say ; via email or letter, or by filling out a form available at all Council service centres or libraries.
To get a better understanding of the draft annual plan you can attend one of the Council drop-in sessions at Tῡranga, in the ground floor Spark Place, on:
The Christchurch City Council would like your feedback on our Central City. This is your opportunity to give them feedback on various aspects of the Central City, including living there, working there, travelling there, the streetscape and environment, and facilities, services and attractions in the Central City .
Your feedback will help inform council decision-making as they continue to develop the Central City into a great place where people want to be – both now and in the future.
It should take around 10 - 15 minutes to give us your feedback.
All answers given will remain anonymous, no one will be identified. We encourage you to provide you feedback HERE
Open for feedback until 16th March 2020
Malcolm Pacific Immigration will be presenting the 2020-2021 Immigration changes to ensure employers are ready!
To understand how these changes may affect your business, join them for a FREE SEMINAR at the Crowne Plaza Christchurch (764 Colombo Street, Christchurch Central City) at 12 pm or 3 pm for a coffee and nibbles as they discuss:
· How you can prepare your business for the work visa changes
· Common and practical issues: are you experiencing these too?
· How to onboard new and retain existing migrant employees.
Other hot immigration topics will be covered followed by a Q&A session. This is your opportunity to come and speak with Immigration experts at no cost.
Employers, managers, Business owners, HR professionals, employees holding work visas - all welcome.
TO BOOK REGISTER AT : www.malcolmpacific.com/seminars