Send us your big idea for Mt Roskill town centre using the form below. OR join us at a special public meeting with Michael Wood, MP for Mt Roskill on Sunday 28 July at 3:30 pm at the Winstone Park Tennis Club.
Have you come across broken or damaged footpaths in your neighbourhood? Well we’ve created handy form for you to report these issues so that we can log them into the system to be fixed up.
Last year we asked the Roskill community about how the felt about buses and in particular the new network. Close to 300 of you responded. We’ve collated the responses and prepared a report that you can download from the link below.
Delivered to all households in the Puketapapa area in early 2019, reporting on some of the work the Roskill Community Voice team has delivered on this term, and built on from previous terms. Let us know if you didn’t get a paper copy and would like one – just drop us an email or a text.
To Parmjeet Parmar / Michael Wood,
I/we the undersigned Mt Roskill voter(s), support the campaign to end pylon pollution on the Manukau harbour. Transpower promised in August 2016 “to work actively through community and environmental programmes to mitigate the impact of their network.”
Our people and waterways deserve respect. It’s time to responsibly bury the power lines that blot our landscape.
Will your party request Transpower to:
1. Undertake a cost/benefit analysis for a programme to remove pylons carrying high-voltage power lines from the Manukau harbour and the Auckland isthmus?
2. Provide ongoing long term funding for pylon removals? In the five years to 2016, Transpower paid divides of over $1.12 billion to the government, so money is available.
3. Allow for the removal of high voltage pylons in the way of the East-West Expressway project and the Panuku Auckland (Transform Onehunga) project?