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Revitalised playground for Little River, Banks Peninsula

History comes full circleLocated a 45-minute drive east of Christchurch on the Banks Peninsula, Little River is a small, rural town with a big history. Established in the 1800s, Little River had two primary industries, timber and farming.

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Citycare Property’s carpentry expertise is second to none

Citycare Property has a small but dedicated team of carpenters and handymen based in Christchurch who undertake an array of jobs for Christchurch City Council, the Department of Internal Affairs and, more recently, Stats NZ.

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Keeping Christchurch Art Gallery looking it’s best

Part of Citycare Property’s Facilities Management contract with Christchurch City Council includes the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of a range of council buildings, including Christchurch Art Gallery.

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Citycare Property Open Space Community Areas Awarded Green Flag Recognition

Recently, two open space areas that Citycare Property maintains were given Green Flag awards for 2021/2022 — Ambury Regional Park and Randwick Park, both in Auckland.

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A day with Citycare Property’s Christchurch arborist team

Every day, Citycare Property’s Christchurch-based arborist team gets out and about doing their bit for the city and the community. The Citycare Property Christchurch arborist team (from left): Maarten Lammens (Apprentice), David Porter (Labourer), Jackson Proud (Apprentice), Sam Cody (Arborist) and Gavin Kelly (Trees Supervisor).

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Citycare Property apprentices help with Cashmere Church garden 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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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 thanks to Citycare Property

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.

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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. David Goy began his Citycare Property journey in a pre-apprenticeship role when he was 17.

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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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Talented sculptor’s new home

Deafblind Christchurch sculptor Donald Gibson is happiest when he is working on his latest artwork. He creates his sculptures through touch and feel and his favourite medium is Mt Somers stone.

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Views for the hot pools

A bit of ingenuity goes a long way and for bathers at the He Puna Taimoana hot pools in New Brighton it means the sea views now extend to the horizon.

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Picnic in a forest

Christchurch residents will benefit from a new community resource to celebrate the connection between the city and river. Citycare Property soon begins construction of Dallington Landing, a social infrastructure project to be developed in the riverside Red Zone for the people of Christchurch to enjoy.

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