Playground upgrades

The Council is upgrading some of the city's play areas and equipment, and would like feedback from local residents on the planned work.

Allington Road play area - proposed changes

The play area is categorised as one of our basic local playgrounds, which typically cater for young children and feature a set of modular play equipment. 

The space is limited in size but a small area has been provided as a grassed open free space.

The daft plan suggests the following:

  • new play equipment:
    • swings
    • a climbing structure with a slide
    • a spinner / carousel
    • see-saws
  • safety surface
  • new seats
  • edge fencing
  • planting for shade.

For more information, see the Allington Road (1.2MB PDF)

The Council has budgeted to spend $51,000 on this project.

Give your feedback

To provide feedback on the plan email AllingtonRoad@wcc.govt.nz. Feedback closes 5pm 10 October 2016.

Brasenose Place play area - proposed changes

The play area is categorised as one of our basic local playgrounds, which typically cater for young children and feature a set of modular play equipment.
We are suggesting the new play equipment would s. 

The daft plan suggests the following:

  • new play equipment:
    • swings
    • a climbing structure with a slide
    • a spinner / carousel
    • see-saws
  • safety surface
  • new seating
  • picnic table
  • planting for shade.

The Council has budgeted to spend $51,000 on this project.

For more information, see the Brasenose Place (1.4MB PDF)

Give your feedback

To provide feedback on the plan email BrasenosePlace@wcc.govt.nz.Feedback closes 5pm 10 October 2016.

Examples of new play equipment

These diagrams are indicative only - they show the sort of play equipment that may be used.