Bays Area Skate - all submissions - total 534

Bays Area Skate - all submissions - total 534

Bays Area Skate - all submissions - total 534

1 Bays Area Skate – all submissions – total 534 26 Nayland Street First choice – 314 (59%) Second choice – 113 (21%) Third choice – 54 (10%) Fourth choice – 31 (6% Not indicated – 22 (4%) Total 534 Sumner Beach First choice – 109 (21%) Second choice – 264 (49%) Third choice – 68 (13%) Fourth choice – 54 (10%) Not indicated – 39 (7%) Total 534 Old Redcliffs School First choice – 78 (15%) Second choice – 63 (12%) Third choice – 247 (46%) Fourth choice – 83 (15%) Not indicated – 63 (12%) Total 534 Scott Park First choice – 28 (5%) Second choice – 46 (9%) Third choice – 91 (17%) Fourth choice – 305 (57%) Not indicated – 64 (12%) Total 534 No. Sub ID # 26 Nayland Street Old Redcliffs School Scott Park Sumner Beach Please state your reasons for this ranking Project Team Response 1. 12538 3 4 1 2 Scott Park is more accessible for skaters from Woolston Heathcote Ferrymead - already bumper to bumper traffic along Main Road in Sumner - land probably not good for much else Redcliffs School used to be school & park for hockey etc. Good idea to keep school & park. Probably not enough land for much sport practice and weekend games at new school site good to keep old school site for running races soccer field and other sports. Otherwise school won't have fields.

Likely too noisy for Nayland Street Thanks for your feedback. The school site has space for a junior and intermediate sports field (same as Redcliffs Park) as well as other recreational activities such as skate. Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for Nayland Street is very good, with recommended barriers. 2. 12518 4 2 3 1 4. Noise too close to Library and houses in Nayland St - No toilets 2. 2nd choice - would have to be central on this site to get noise away from houses. 3. 3rd choice - Site ok - but too far from Sumner 1. Best location - Toilets already there - close to Sumner Village but far enough away to reduce the noise problem Thanks for your feedback. Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for Nayland Street is very good, with recommended barriers. This has considered the residual environment including the commercial zoned properties (library) and mentions that traffic noise is likely to mitigate effects. There are toilets located at the library during opening hours, or at the nearby surf club outside these hours.

2 Old Redcliffs School Site – If this was the preferred location the skate park would be centrally located. 3. 12517 4 2 3 1 1. Sumner Beach has toilet. It is away from the road. Plenty of trees to muffle the noise 2. Large area. Central for both Redcliffs and Sumner youth 3. Large area - away from houses 4. Poor choice, to close to the library, no toilets. Close to house Thanks for your feedback. Nayland Street - There are toilets located at the library during opening hours, or at the nearby surf club outside these hours.

4. 12516 1 4 3 2 Because the Sumner community has shown its support for the ramp to a far greater extent than the other suburbs (over 25 years). Sand make the beach site inappropriate, Nayland St only place that works Thanks for your feedback. 5. 12515 1 4 3 2 The Sumner people have given greater support for a skate ramp than the other 2 suburbs Thanks for your feedback 6. 12503 1 Please select 3 2 I’d like to vote in the following order: 1. 26 Nayland Street 2. Sumner Beach 3. Scott Park I love the 26 Nayland Street location as it’s so nice to have this kind of activity within the community. I also feel it is a much safer environment for children if there are adults in the vicinity rather than it being hidden away in a park.

Thanks for your feedback. 7. 12483 Please select Please select Please select 1 Allows the skate park to combine with lifesaving facilities like Aussie in the future. Maybe a cafe etc. Allows more adults near the kids. Stops the grunge factor & drugs going with skateboarding Thanks for your feedback 8. 12482 Please select 1 2 Please select Central to most people Thanks for your feedback. 9. 12481 3 4 2 1 This position is beside the Surf Club which is well utilised, a distance from residential areas, will have a security camera in place, parking nearby and on the bus route so older children can utilise this means of transport. This siting may be useful in terms of fund raising for both recreations. The Nayland Street site is smaller & closer to residences and businesses. The Redcliffs School site is close to residences and because of its size will likely become a central meeting focus for teenagers who are not necessarily interested in skate boarding.

The Scott park choice would be my next preference as not close to residences, horse riding and Ferrymead Historic Village are nearby but is not easily accessible. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around separation from neighbours as being important. The community workshops have also provided this feedback, therefore the weighting of information around noise is higher (more important). 10. 12479 2 1 4 3 Central location for Bays area at Redcliffs Safe road crossing at Redcliffs Out of the wind and sand at Redcliffs Close to shops Thanks for your feedback. Comment noted about the old Redcliffs school site being a central location for the Bays Area and being sheltered.

3 Large skate park would be great at Redcliffs Scott Park & Sumner Beach not suitable due to wind & sand Dangerous road crossing at Scott Park Scott Park has high use from other sports already 11. 12478 2 4 3 1 Dear Tara, I write to express my opinion regarding the positioning of the proposed Skate Park in this area. My name is and reside in Redcliffs: And my Ph. Contact is: I understand the Council are now looking at 4 possible sites and have local residents to feedback to you preferences and reasons for these preferences. My Preferences are:- 1. Sumner 2. Nayland Street 3. Scott Park in Ferrymead. 4. Old Redcliffs School. Reasons: Sumner is the logical choice - this is where most youth like to congregate and where initial efforts to establish a park began. Also skate boarders and surfers have many similarities in common - many surfed are keen skateboarders Close proximity and interaction would be logical and helpful in multiple ways.

Geographically Sumner Beach is perfect, there is plenty of open space in an area where noise is less disruptive (competes with the ocean) yet highly public, & visual - obviously beneficial for accountability and for those not at all interested in skate boarding, there is a wide open beach. Sumner is the most logical preference. Scott Park would be my third choice but foot path access and car parking could become future problems. I am strongly against using the Old Redcliffs School site because: there is very little opportunity for public surveillance, there is limited footpath to access the site onto very busy Main Road. Then there is Raekura, The Red Cliffs Red zoned and unstable but why expose youngsters to the challenge of climbing 'thrills' already there are a few young ones having a go. It would be disaster to have youth hanging about.

The surrounding area has a large percentage of elderly pensioners who could feel very insecure with 'loitering youth ' and loud skateboard noises. There is virtually no public surveillance which is asking for trouble. The cliffs also provide a major source of echoing noise throughout the quiet suburb of Redcliffs day and night- night and day. The peace and quiet, the beauty and ability to hear soft sounds of the sea is why many of us invested in life here, please do not take this pleasure away from us now Thank you for reading this.

Your positive consideration is very much appreciated Tara, Thanks for your feedback. If the old Redcliffs School was the preferred option, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and how users get to and from the site would be part of the design brief for this site. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

Previous community workshops have provided Council with feedback that separation from neighbours is important. Therefore the weighting of information around noise is higher (more important). Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for the Old Redcliffs School site is very good, with recommended barriers. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards.

4 12. 12476 1 2 4 3 I would like a park in Sumner as there are so many beginners here. It would be real practical - easy access. It's close to the village so you can just go off and do other stuff as well. Close to everyone / my mates. It's near car parks so parents can wait for their children. Please can you make this happen as we've asking for so many years? I think it would be great to put it in Sumner because otherwise you would have to drive and most beginners cannot drive because they are under age. There are no bathrooms at Scott park or the school site and there are at the surf club and library.

It is safe at the surf club because there is no rock fall and there are nowhere to park for all the older kids. Nayland Street is very practical with it being in the village. Why would we put it out of Sumner if it’s the Sumner Skate park? Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around beginners not being able to drive to sites outside of Sumner. There will be a bathroom at the Old Redcliffs School site (in an existing building). 13. 12475 1 Please select Please select 2 The relief sought is as follows: 1. That 26 Nayland Street, Sumner, is the primary location for a skate facility. 2. That as a second option, Sumner Beach (301 Main Road) by the surf life-saving club is identified for a skate facility.

The reasons for the submission are as follows: · The location in Sumner is ideal due to the established surf/skate culture and the level of local support · Both locations provide for passive surveillance from non-residential activities · At present, the locations provide for school children from 4 schools to skate to the location · The sites are best located to provide for economic benefits associated with surf/skate retail, and food and beverage sales · Both sites provide for the continuing recovery of Sumner from the impacts of the earthquakes Sumner Green and Skate (‘SG&S’) is an unincorporated group with a strong local following (1055 members on Facebook). It has a number of active members who regularly meet who are interested in the betterment of Sumner’s amenities and provide a significant amount of resources and time into make Sumner a great place to live, work, and play. As far as SG&S is aware, Sumner is the only community group in the eastern bays that is advocating to have a community skate facility in its area.

SG&S have been working with the CCC to establish a skate park in Sumner/Bays area. The group was recently successful in attaining resource consent for the construction of a temporary skate facility in the centre of Sumner Village. Sumner is a young, vibrant family-based community with a keen relationship to the outdoors and surf/skate culture. It is the only area within the eastern bays with surf/skate retailers. Two retailers, Stoked and Urban Surf, are located in the township within walking distance of the two identified sites in our submission. In addition, there are a number of food and beverage outlets including a dairy, supermarket, two bakeries, two ice-cream shops, a sushi shop, two fish and chips shops, and a number of cafes.

SG&S agree all four sites selected by Opus have merit, but feel only the two Sumner sites would serve eastern bays youth skaters well. These sites would both suit a small to medium sized skate park, perfect for this community and reflect what users have told us they want. Our local skaters Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around the two sites in Sumner. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park.

5 have told us they want a park they can skate to before and after school. Something for them in their own community. SG&S continue to support the proposed skate park at 26 Nayland St as it neighbours the site for the proposed Sumner village green at 20 and 24 Nayland St (providing potential for a significant buffer from the nearest residential houses). This combined area fulfils the aims of the group to bring life, vitality and recreation back to the centre of the village, allowing different age groups to interact in one area. This area will recreate an outdoor village centre, missing since Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre was built on the site of the temporary village green in 2017.

The popularity of the temporary ramp in Sumner is outstanding. SG&S notes that investment now will have many positive effect for our children in the years to come. Specific benefits for the Nayland Street site The following sets out benefits associated with the Nayland Street site: · central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets · environmental benefits – minimisation of vehicle-based transport · sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop · links well to village green and the Sumner Centre · great visibility and passive surveillance opportunities · distance from residential neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres · acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses Geo-technical matters A geotech report for this site commissioned by SG&S in May 2017 found that the land at can be made safe for the uses of a skate facility and village green. SG&S are happy to make that available to the Council.

In addition, it is noted that the data supporting the modelling and delineation of earthquake risk areas in the district plan use predicted seismic modelling for 2012 and 2016, and do not necessarily represent current actual risk. In addition, the lines which are developed in relation to assumed residential occupancy will not correlate with the usage (and therefore risk) associated with skaters on the site. 14. 12473 1 2 4 3 The CCPG committee have discussed the options for the Skate Park in the Bays area, and the consensus is indicated above.

We note that this project is principally a Sumner project and therefore support it being located in Sumner, which we recognise is closest to the biggest population centre and therefore more teenagers and other users. We do not feel that we can comment as a committee on sites other than those adjacent to the Coastal Pathway, other than the preference indicated above. The Sumner Beach site is attractive in that it is close to where teenagers want to hang out. However we are concerned that it might impact on the users of the Coastal Pathway, as a 4 metre wide shared pathway is about to begin construction through this area. This is likely to be a very popular and busy section of the pathway, and so skate park users might interfere with pathway users especially on busy days. Remember pathway users will be using various equipment such as bicycles, electric bikes, skateboards, in-line skates, wheelchairs, mobility frames, buggies, and prams etc.

Thanks for your feedback. Sumner Surf Club - The location of the coastal pathway has been considered with relation to the possible location of the skate park near the surf club. There would be suitable separation between both activities to avoid conflict and the pathway would provide opportunity for local residents to use active transport to access the space. Comments around values of greenspace noted. If this site was to be selected, storm water requirements would be included in the design including access for diggers etc.

Scott Park - If Scott Park was to be selected, the skate design would complement existing use and ensure as much greenspace is retained. Comments around traffic noted. The skate park will be designed into the existing environment to complement the existing space, this include suitable landscaping.

6 The Sumner Beach site is identified as an important grassed area, that is appreciated by locals and visitors as one of the only grassed areas immediately adjacent to the beach. It is relatively sheltered and used frequently for picnics and those wishing to avoid the busyness of the adjacent beach. As a committee we worked very hard to keep this area available for local use, due to feedback from the locals and the adjacent Surf Club. Also this area is a storm drain, which means that access is required by diggers etc. in storm events to ensure that the drainage is not impeded. This would not be an ideal place to build a skate park as this may impede this access. Scott Park is a well-used busy amenity currently. The Mt Pleasant Yacht Club are the main users of this area, and the indicated piece of grass is not as the masterplan for this park indicates long- term. This is to be used for overflow parking when there is a yachting regatta and other events (for example coastal pathway/water sports/scouts events). There is little grassed area there currently and we are very keen for what grassed areas there are left to be retained. This is a very busy traffic area, and gets a lot of bike traffic particularly in the evening, and bike and walking traffic in the evening. This could present a safety hazard.

Also this is the 'gateway' to the Bays area and a skate park is not desirable at such a highly visible area. We are not sure if a non-water sport use of this coastal area is appropriate use when the city has such limited waterside areas for water sports users. 15. 12472 1 3 4 2 Continue to support the proposed skate park at 26 Nayland St as it neighbours the site for the proposed Sumner village green at 20 and 24 Nayland St. This combined area fulfils the aims of the group to bring life, vitality and recreation back to the centre of the village, allowing different age groups to interact in one area. This area will recreate an outdoor village centre, missing since Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre was built on the site of the temporary village green in 2017. The benefits of a skate park at 26 Nayland St: central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. If and when this happens the Community will be asked what they would like to see on 20/24 Nayland with a village green being an option.

Other comments noted. 16. 12471 1 3 4 2 The relief sought is as follows: 1. That 26 Nayland Street, Sumner, is the primary location for a skate facility. 2. That as a second option, Sumner Beach (301 Main Road) by the surf life-saving club is identified for a skate facility. The reasons for the submission are as follows: ï‚· The location in Sumner is ideal due to the established surf/skate culture and the level of local support ï‚· Both locations provide for passive surveillance from non-residential activities ï‚· At present, the locations provide for school children from 4 schools to skate to the location ï‚· The sites are best located to provide for economic benefits associated with surf/skate retail, and food and beverage sales Thanks for your feedback All your comments around the benefits of 26 Nayland Street have been noted. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. If and when this happens the Community will be asked what they would like to see on 20/24 Nayland with a village green being an option.

7 ï‚· Both sites provide for the continuing recovery of Sumner from the impacts of the earthquakes Sumner Green and Skate (SG&S) is an unincorporated group with a strong local following (1055 members on Facebook). It has a number of active members who regularly meet who are interested in the betterment of Sumner’s amenities and provide a significant amount of resources and time into make Sumner a great place to live, work, and play. As far as SG&S is aware, Sumner is the only community group in the eastern bays that is advocating to have a community skate facility in its area.

SG&S have been working with the CCC to establish a skate park in Sumner/Bays area. The group was recently successful in attaining resource consent for the construction of a temporary skate facility in the centre of Sumner Village. Sumner is a young, vibrant family-based community with a keen relationship to the outdoors and surf/skate culture. It is the only area within the eastern bays with surf/skate retailers. Two retailers, Stoked and Urban Surf, are located in the township within walking distance of the two identified sites https://www.facebook.com/sumnergreenandskatearea/videos/1574967982524095/ in our submission. In addition, there are a number of food and beverage outlets including a dairy, supermarket, two bakeries, two ice-cream shops, a sushi shop, two fish and chips shops, and a number of cafes.

SG&S agree all four sites selected by Opus have merit, but feel only the two Sumner sites would serve eastern bays youth skaters well. These sites would both suit a small to medium sized skate park, perfect for this community and reflect what users have told us they want. Our local skaters have told us they want a park they can skate to before and after school. Something for them in their own community. SG&S continue to support the proposed skate park at 26 Nayland St as it neighbours the site for the proposed Sumner village green at 20 and 24 Nayland St (providing potential for a significant buffer from the nearest residential houses).

This combined area fulfils the aims of the group to bring life, vitality and recreation back to the centre of the village, allowing different age groups to interact in one area. This area will recreate an outdoor village centre, missing since Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre was built on the site of the temporary village green in 2017. The popularity of the temporary ramp in Sumner is outstanding. SG&S notes that investment now will have many positive effect for our children in the years to come. Specific benefits for the Nayland Street site The following sets out benefits associated with the Nayland Street site: ï‚· central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets ï‚· environmental benefits, minimisation of vehicle-based transport ï‚· sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop ï‚· links well to village green and the Sumner Centre ï‚· great visibility and passive surveillance opportunities ï‚· distance from residential neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres ï‚· acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses

8 Geo-technical matters A geotech report for this site commissioned by SG&S in May 2017 found that the land at can be made safe for the uses of a skate facility and village green. SG&S are happy to make that available to the Council. In addition, it is noted that the data supporting the modelling and delineation of earthquake risk areas in the district plan use predicted seismic modelling for 2012 and 2016, and do not necessarily represent current actual risk. In addition, the lines which are developed in relation to assumed residential occupancy will not correlate with the usage (and therefore risk) associated with skaters on the site.

17. 12470 2 1 4 3 Scott Park is ranked fourth because it is primarily a water sports park for sailing boarding and kiteing, obviously these activities must be next to the water. Parking for these activities must be provided in Scott Park. Secondly Scott Park does provide parking for cyclists of all ages to park and ride the Coastal Pathway. There is not enough space in the park to safely accommodate a skate facility and presumably parking as well. A skate park does not have to be next to the water. Thanks for your feedback.

Comments noted about Scott Park and water sports. A working group has been established by the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board to draft a landscape plan for Scott Park. Car parking is part of this process. If Scott Park was selected it would be designed into the existing environment to complement the existing space and other activities 18. 12469 1 2 4 3 The skate park needs to be located near the most children that will use it. As Sumner is the biggest population in the Bays area it should be here. The Nayland street site has the best combination of access, not near residents or too close to shops. It is convenient and close to the children that want the skate park.

Old Redcliff's School site has the advantage of being central to the bays area, and a larger skate park is possible. However it is not where the majority of the children are, so most will have to travel. Access to this area is not good, due to the having to cross the busy main road, although this may improve with the new school construction. It would be an asset for the Redcliff's School to use. The Beach at Sumner is prone to erosion in storms, so it is not an obvious nor desirable place for a skate park. The proposed site is in a storm water retention basin, which only needs occasional use in winter storms, but will require cleaning afterwards. The skate park may prevent access to the storm water drain for CCC staff/diggers. This area of grass is one of the few grassed areas close to the beach and used frequently by local and visiting families for picnics, shelter, games, and the odd wedding.

Scott Park is a very busy site already with the Mt Pleasant Yacht Club, Water sports users, Scouts, and general public users. I am surprised that there is space to install the skate park here, the only available space is the current grassed area which is used for picnics, water sports users and the 'overflow' yacht club grassed area. The impact on this site would be tremendous and the knock on effects to the current users and general public would be less than desirable. There is a lot of traffic on main road, and during the weekend accessing this area. Having skateboards (which would inevitably be used once the area is asphalted) would be dangerous. There are residents right opposite this area who would be affected by the noise, and there is no shade, nor wind protection (and this would be hard to install unless you were to install shade sails which would interfere with resident’s views opposite).

Thanks for your feedback. Comment noted around children and demographics. Sumner Beach - If this site was to be selected, storm water requirements would be included in the design including access for diggers etc. Comments noted around values of greenspace. Scott Park - If Scott Park was to be selected, the skate design would complement existing use and ensure as much greenspace is retained. Comments around traffic noted. 19. 12468 2 1 4 3 1) Redcliffs. Plenty of flat land with no current usage. Close to shops with crossing on road. Close to local population 2) Nayland St. Owned by CCC. Other local attractions such as beach. Local shops. Local population.

3) Sumner beach. Close to most local skaters. Other attractions close bye. 4) Scott Park. Has been nominated as a water sports area for some time. A Skate Park would be Thanks for your feedback Your comments around the value of greenspace for windsurfers to set up and dry sails has been noted. A working group has been established by the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board to draft a landscape plan for Scott Park. If Scott Park was to be selected, the skate design would complement existing use and ensure as much greenspace is retained.

9 at odds with this designation. The area proposed as the skate park is currently occupied by the wind surfers as they require, as do the sailors in the other areas of Scott Park, grass areas to set up and then finally dry sails. A further worry for the club and its members is threat of possible vandalism on boats. While not too visible from the road skaters could bring a lot of possible conflict with the boating area with regard to vandalism. There is no large local population to use a skate park in Scott Park so it would seem better to locate it 0ne of the 3 other sites which are closer to the larger population areas.

20. 12467 1 4 3 2 1 & 2) 26 Nayland Street and Sumner Beach: The demand has been established in Sumner Village and the local people like it there. In the previous effort to establish a skate park on the Esplanade, CCC put a case that skateboarding is a natural and popular training sport and precursor for surfing so these two Sumner locations are much more obvious choices than the other two. Also there is no safe footpath for skaters to use to access Redcliffs or Scott Park and the bus service is erratic. Both suggested Sumner sites are suitable and acceptable to many residents.

3) Scott Park: There is good public surveillance day and night. The relatively public visibility of the site, given that the Coastal Pathway and the Main Road go past it, should mean that the users are encouraged to behave reasonably well. The site is somewhat distant from residential areas. There is a need for activity in the Scott Park area, but because there is little car parking available, most other uses are not suitable. 4) Old Redcliffs School site: Uncertainty of this site actually being available given that the transfer of ownership has not yet been fully confirmed. The costs of establishing that this site could be used, and the time needed to do the studies and gain the consents, make this a very unattractive option economically. Earlier, the Council's own material about the school site's future indicated that it would contain sports fields but that the space was tight. Therefore how can a large skate park be fitted in there? The cliffs create an amphitheatre which echoes sound right across Redcliffs. This is acceptable on occasion e.g. the school fair etc. but NOT ACCEPTABLE every day and night which would be the case if a skate park were built there. The locality is beautifully peaceful now, so please don't spoil it. The area is also dark at night - so local people have a fabulous view of the night sky. Should a skate park be built, strong lighting would be required for safety. This would flood the sky every night and absolutely ruin the opportunity for stargazing. The school site would be the worst of all 4 sites for public surveillance. No houses look out to the school grounds and the traffic going past would be distant from the skate park. And finally why bring adventure seeking youths into contact with a challenging rock face. This is already a problem to neighbours who try to prevent kids scaling the cliffs and drinking/partying in the redzone. No security fence can keep teenage boys and girls out.

Thanks for your feedback. Comment noted around Sumner and skate/surfing and the distance Scoot park to residential areas. If the old Redcliffs School site was to be selected, community consultation around developing a suitable landscape plan could include consultation around skate design. This would allow for some cost efficiencies. The school site has space for a junior and intermediate sports field (same as Redcliffs Park) as well as other recreational activities such as skate. The Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day had an overall assessment for potential noise effects for the old Redcliffs School site of very good, with recommended barriers. Staff can ask further questions around the cliffs and whether they create an amphitheatre.

As per CPTED guidelines lighting of parks is discouraged unless it’s an essential designated route. For this project, lighting will not be provided, as Council do not want to promote night time use of this space. 21. 12466 Please select Please select Please select Please select I do oppose this venture. The council owned debt of each household in CHCH has increased very significantly and is getting near the out of control level. It is many little things like this that keep it there. This is not the time for frills.

I do not approve of any of the sites for various reasons. 1/ Safety due to high traffic flows. 2/ Using already fully utilised recreational sites. We only have one beach region like Sumner in Christchurch. Sumner is over utilised already. We only have one Ferrymead sailing region. The spare capacity for the whole of CHCH to enjoy youth sailing and wind sports is already limited. Taking some of the limited land available at Ferrymead for a sport like this is taking away the long term options for all CHCH people to learn to sail. 3/ Cost of any optional expenditure I simply assumed that every child in the region will use this facility. I assume for ease of using the numbers given that there are 1000 children potentials at any time. The cost is $3,000,000 Thanks for your feedback.

The Draft 2018 – 2028 Long Term Plan (LTP) includes funding for a ‘Skate Facility Development Sumner to Ferrymead’. Comments noted about sailing and Scott Park The lifespan of a skate facility is 30 – 50 years with some components like rails and skid steps replaced based on wear and tear conditions. Ongoing operational costs form part of the decision that is delegated to the Community Board for the approval of a site. Demand for a skate facility in the Bays Area has been acknowledged since the year 2000 (this consultation has provided examples of requests from 1989). The Linwood-Central- Heathcote Community Board have committed to this process by requesting staff to investigate possible sites for a skate park in the Bays Area. The decision to approve a site or not will be made by the Board in the near future with all submitters receiving information around a meeting date with members of the public having the opportunity to speak at this meeting

10 The cost for every child today is $3000. I assume that this fixture has a life of ten to twenty years. In that time another 1500 to 3000 children would have passed through the, use It, bracket. Running costs and interest are on top. As an ex local coach I am well aware of the level of participation in sports and activities. The actual will be at best a tenth of these figures. As a local with Grandchildren I am sure I can do a lot better for them with that money than the council can. Our region in Chch, from my view, already has the best range of activities available anywhere in Christchurch. Dilution of the activities already in the region to include another will not add to the levels of activity participation in the above list. A better use of council efforts would be to increase the support for the activities already in place.

The activities marked * are those my family are and have been active in, in this region. Squash club* Soccer* Rugby* Sumner beach. Surf club, swimming*. Paddle boards, kayak Tennis. Biking*. Climbing* Athletics. Harriers* Wind surfing* Sailing* Martial arts Thanks. I wanted to have my say. 22. 12465 4 1 2 3 Technical report seems to favour Redcliffs School (less of rate payer’s money to make the site good) Redcliffs is central of the Bays area. In Sumner, too far for Mt Pleasant Skaters, Scott Park too far for Sumner Skaters Facilities at Redcliffs (toilets, shops etc.) Redcliffs is the largest of the sites and a more comprehensive skate ramp could be constructed. Think big, competitions, exhibitions etc. Maybe add a 'pump track'? Redcliffs needs an economic boost, shops are closing, Super Market losing money, butcher looking to close, clothes shop gone to Tannery.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around Redcliffs School. Additional activities such as a pump track can be considered if a site is selected through site specific design of the skate park. 23. 12461 1 4 3 2 Sumner residents have been requesting a SUMNER skate park for several years so it should be located in Sumner. The site at 26 Nayland Street is local and in a busy, easily accessed part of Sumner with shops etc. available. The Sumner beach location is less desirable as while it is still local, it is likely to have more impact on non-skaters who want to enjoy the area. As a point in its favour it is overlooked by a number of residences and much more likely to have members of the public passing by on foot to keep vandalism etc. to a lower level.

Thanks for your feedback Your comments have been noted. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

11 Scott Park would have the least impact on residents. As for it being cold and windy, I don't think that will deter skaters. The site of old Redcliffs School will not be available for some time as the move to Redcliffs Park is a long way from being settled. This site has been promised as being available to replace the playing fields that will be lost if the new school is built at Redcliffs School. A skate park in the middle of it has never been part of the plans! 24. 12460 4 2 1 3 Negative issues: OLD REDCLIFFS SCHOOL - conflict of usage with suggestion for new sports playing fields & S.P. Is there space enough for both? More importantly, if area still considered too much of a risk for further rock fall (reason for Redcliffs School needing to relocate) why is it now considered safe for another group of predominately young people to use?

SUMNER BEACH - busy adjacent road, esp. in weekend. Departing users need to cross this road of catching bus to city - pedestrian crossing would be essential. Car parking area can be v. busy with beach user’s esp. in Summer and at weekends. Negative impact on beach environment - leave it as nature gave. 26 NAYLAND STREET - Issue of any future rock fall. I'd be reluctant to even walk in this enclosed area, let along develop a skate b. park. Could noise echo off a cliff face? Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

The Ministry of Education have completed geotechnical reviews of this site. The park is outside the area of rock fall risk and a fence is to be built along the back boundary of the park. Comments noted around road safety and car parking busy for Sumner Beach. Appropriate geotech reporting and protection will form part of the project if Nayland Street is the approved site. Staff can ask Marshall Day who completed the Summary of Key Noise issues around the cliffs and whether they create an amphitheatre. 25. 12458 3 4 2 1 Sumner beach perfect for the surf/skateboard interface for youngsters. Scott park good for visibility and overview Nayland St ok maybe a bit small Redcliffs school lack of overview at the back of Redcliffs School (already a problem for neighbour with drinking teenagers, plus noise amplification from ramp and wheel clatter after school hours much worse than the laughter of children for the older folk in the area who haven’t been able to fill these forms in as they are too frail or don’t have a computer. The cliff also provides an extra danger attraction to unsupervised kids after school and on weekends Thanks for your feedback.

If the old Redcliffs School was the preferred option, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) would form part of the design brief for the landscape plan for this site. Community consultation around a suitable landscape plan for the park will occur once Council are appointed to control and manage the old school site. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards, this can include questions around the cliffs and whether they create an amphitheatre.

26. 12457 3 2 4 1 We agree that a skate park for the eastern bay area is a great idea. It needs to be sited near the centre of population so either Sumner or Redcliffs are the logical areas. It has the added benefit that safety of the users will be improved if it has homes around it. If noise is a concern then Sumner Beach is the best choice. Scott Park has the least number of homes around it - they are all in the east to south quadrant. The Mount Pleasant Yacht Club, Inc (MPYC) has operated from Scott Park for over 80 years. It recently reconfirmed its long term commitment to the Park by signing a new lease with the Christchurch City Council (CCC) for up to 35 years, and by rebuilding its Boat Shed after the earthquakes. It is well known for its Junior Yachting programs, and its Adult Learn to Sail and Racing programs. Its members are not only locals but also come from the greater Christchurch area. The membership of the Club has recovered and is growing after the effects of the earthquakes.

MPYC objects to the proposed skate park being sited at Scott Park for several reasons. 1. The CCC has previously designated Scott Park to be the centre of aquatic activities on the Estuary. As well as MPYC the Park is also used by wind surfers, canoeists, and sea scouts. New aquatic sports will arise from time to time, such as the recent advent of stand up paddle boarding, and there needs to be space for them to develop their activities. A skate park is at odds with the fundamental function of the park and it would reduce the area available for any other marine sports.

Thanks for your feedback. Please refer to Summary of Key Noise issue completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise rated Nayland Street and old Redcliffs School as “very good” with recommended barriers and rated Sumner Beach as “good”. Comments noted around the value of Scott Park to watersports.

12 2. Many people park their cars at Scott Park before walking along the Coastal Pathway. If the number of parks is reduced to accommodate a skate park then there will not be enough space for parking. There is no other parking available in the vicinity because the road is yellow lined from the bridge to the causeway. 3. The majority of MPYC members store their boats in the open at Scott Park. They are behind a hedge so they are not seen from the road and, until now, there has been very little vandalism. However, there is a real concern among members that the proposed skate park will lead to damage to the boats.

4. A skate park at Scott Park has no natural catchment of users. The only homes are in the east to south quadrant. It would seem more logical and useful to place it nearer to Redcliffs or Sumner where the majority of people live. Not only that but its presence in a residential area should reduce the possibility of misbehaviour. 27. 12456 2 4 3 1 Sumner Beach is preferred option as near Life Saving Club and close to lots of other amenities. Not close to any houses so noise should not be an issue - very open and accessible. Nayland Street would also be a very good option as the previous site was nearby and very well used again it is open and accessible.

Old Redcliffs School should not be a consideration given that the children who attended this school have never been allowed back since February 2011 - if not suitable as a school site then surely it cannot be suitable for a skate park. It is also very close to houses and noise may be an issue. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

28. 12455 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland St is well connected to the village and community centre. Sheltered space for wind protection. Space is suitable for a skate park if the rock fall protection is thoughtfully placed. Close to the site of the temporary skate ramp - proven location for a skate facility to work in the village. Sumner has the greatest need for a skate park. Many of the youth and older surfers are skaters and have asked for a skate park in Sumner for the past 25 years. If budget allowed, ideally a larger park could also be built elsewhere in the eastern suburbs as well as the 'smaller' skate park in Sumner. The more facilities the better, both for existing skateboarders and new skate park users, keeping youth active and engaged in a social activity is important. Skateboarding is now an Olympic sport showing how popular it has become and the need for more facilities.

A well designed skate park is crucial to its success. Even smaller parks need to be well designed to make the most of space and flow through the park. For the other areas out of Sumner, a well designed and built halfpipe/mini ramp would be really well used and could be created for low budget. The Sumner ramp is a great example of this, it is constantly in use by locals and skaters travelling from the city to skate a good ramp, both young new skaters and older more advanced skaters. Well designed and built ramps work, no matter how small.

The designers and builders of the Sumner ramp are ready and able to do this work! Sumner Beach - sand and salt spray is a big issue for this site. Copings will rust and need constant maintenance, ramps will need constant sweeping. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted.

13 Great location but there is likely to be strong opposition from Surf Club members and local residents for it to proceed without becoming another legal fight similar to the Levis skate park project. Old Redcliffs school - is not in Sumner and does not meet the need for a skate park in Sumner. No active skate community. A larger park would work well here if linked to other smaller skate parks in the other suburbs. Scott Park - is not in Sumner and does not meet the need for a skate park in Sumner. No active skate community.

A larger park would work well here if linked to other smaller skate parks in the other suburbs. Constant wind and salt spray would be an issue for users and park maintenance. Attached picture showing the high number of users the Sumner ramp attracts. Shows the need for a permanent skate park in Sumner! No matter how small, well designed and built ramps/parks work well. 29. 12453 3 4 2 1 I think these options have the least impact on residents that reside close to the selected options Thanks for your feedback. 30. 12452 1 4 3 2 Would be good to keep the skate park in Sumner - it is a very popular venue with lots of local boarders/skaters - just a shame Nayland St would only offer a small space. Nayland St has a great feel and vibe with close proximity to the shops. Next to the Surf Life Saving club is also a great option and not too far for the Sumner locals to use. Thanks for your feedback. 31. 12451 3 2 4 1 Sumner Beach and Redcliffs School is where the young people are living. It is also close to other activities and shops without having to travel in a car or take some sort of other transport. Scott Park is where wind and water sports are held on the Estuary. Parking and Lawn space for rigging of water craft on the weekend can be limited, also there are a lot of people parking at Scott Park for walking and biking the walk way.

Thanks for your feedback Scott Park comments noted. 32. 12449 1 Please select Please select Please select Re: 26 Nayland St - if this site is considered (1) it would make good sense to do acoustic monitoring of the temporary (now existing) skate ramp to compare predicted & actual noise levels to inform feasibility of new skate park complying with District Plan noise levels. (2) Ownership of boundary fence with . residential property's should be established to ensure acoustic barrier provided by ... fence can be relied upon or whether alternative mitigation is more likely to be required. (3) Local residents should be involved in the skate park design so acoustic reduction methods can be demonstrated and understood. Thank you for the consultation Thanks for your feedback Timber ramps are noisier than concrete, therefore would be difficult to use this data to inform the feasibility of a concrete skate park on 26 Nayland Street. Marshall Day Acoustics have recorded noise levels of other skate parks that they can use to complete a noise model of a proposed skate park in design stage.

If acoustic mitigation is required, suitable options will be investigated which could include fencing, or mitigation on the skate park itself.

14 The skate park will be designed with the community – if a site is approved by the Board, the next step in the process is to draft a concept plan that the community will have an opportunity to provide feedback. Great idea to demonstrate proposed acoustic reduction methods with the community. 33. 12447 1 3 4 2 1. Nice location and easy to get to. 2. Far away 3.Far away 4. Cool location as it’s on the beach Thanks for your feedback. 34. 12446 1 3 4 2 I want it as close as possible Thanks for your feedback. 35. 12444 1 3 4 2 Because it would be open to the community and when it’s a hot day people go to the beach and when they come to Sumner they can also skate as well as going to the beach.

We don't want it to be in Redcliffs because the ramp has been moved twice and it wouldn't be Sumner tradition if it has been moved out of Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 36. 12442 1 3 4 2 1. 26 Nayland Street 2. Sumner Beach 3. Redcliffs school site 4. Scott Park Nayland Street - This site is a great site because: it is near other community building and the will be explored, practical, it will be used in a space not too open for taggers, bogans, etc. Sumner Beach - great location near beach, has public toilets close. Not too many car parks for boy racers and bogan.

Redcliffs - on a main road. Dangerous for kids. The cliffs, bad location for local skaters. Scott Park - on main road, would attract bogans because of the size. Kids have to bus or get drived there so they won't use it. Thanks for your feedback. 37. 12441 1 3 4 2 I think that the Sumner Skate Park should 26 Nayland because it is in Sumner because it is a safer environment and it is in walking distance for people . I not Scott Park or Redcliffs School site because if u have to drive you may as well go to Washington.

Thanks for your feedback. 38. 12439 2 3 4 1 Parking on Sumner Beach 'good' Will not disturb residents Again parking may annoy residents in Nayland Street Redcliffs School, good site, travel difficult for children Scott Park difficult travel for children Thanks for your feedback 39. 12438 1 3 4 2 Adds to area around community centre Central in Sumner Beach stays natural and beachy Thanks for your feedback.

15 40. 12437 1 3 4 2 Close to community centre will bring business too Sumner & leaves the beach beachy Thanks for your feedback. 41. 12436 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 42. 12435 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 43. 12434 1 3 4 2 I feel like the community of Sumner really wants and values this facility. The Nayland Street site is central, in good view of public to reduce anti-social behaviour, has good access, public transport options. Thanks for your feedback. 44. 12433 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 45. 12431 1 3 4 2 The Sumner community of kids deserve this park. As a passionate community of skaters & surfers this park would complement this surf side suburb Thanks for your feedback.

46. 12430 1 2 4 3 1: 26 Nayland Street 2: Redcliffs School site 3: Scott Park 4: Sumner Beach Thanks for your feedback. 47. 12429 1 3 4 2 We don't want it to go far away. We want it to stay in the community. I love skate boarding Thanks for your feedback. 48. 12428 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 49. 12427 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 50. 12425 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 51. 12424 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 52. 12423 1 3 4 2 Skate parks go best near the beach or village. Should be in Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 53. 12422 1 4 4 2 Close to library in community either Nayland or Sumner would be great Thanks for your feedback. 54. 12421 1 3 4 2 Central location.

Puts some use to unused space Thanks for your feedback. 55. 12420 1 3 4 2 Most logical choice Thanks for your feedback. 56. 12419 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 57. 12418 1 3 4 2 Sumner had a wonderful skateboard ramp. It has been re-established temporarily. The skate community in Sumner is vibrant and goes hand in hand with our sort community. The site at Nayland St is idea and close to the village Thanks for your feedback. 58. 12417 1 3 4 2 A LOCAL site in a safe location for people of ALL ages. This would restrict the number of users able to enjoy the facility as some children would need to catch the bus Thanks for your feedback. 59. 12416 1 Please select Please select Please select Thanks for your feedback.

16 60. 12415 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 61. 12414 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 62. 12413 1 3 4 2 Close to shops Thanks for your feedback. 63. 12412 1 Please select Please select Please select Parking & noise easy Thanks for your feedback. 64. 12411 1 Please select Please select Please select Thanks for your feedback. 65. 12410 1 3 4 2 Close to home in the village. Lots of keen skaters in Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 66. 12409 1 Please select Please select Please select Best location due to integration with community & village with proposed green next door would encourage all generations to mix.

There are a LOT of enthusiastic skaters in Sumner & the smaller skate ramp has been invaluable over the last 5 years in providing local teens & children a healthy & safe activity & place to hang out in the heart of the village. Beach not as suitable due to proximity of sand - no good for skate wheels Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 67. 12408 1 Please select Please select Please select It’s the best site, no sand from the beach, heart of a village & accessible. No local properties & a good size Thanks for your feedback. 68. 12407 1 Please select Please select Please select This would be a great place. In the village hub and across the road from new community centre. More secure for kids Thanks for your feedback. 69. 12406 1 Please select Please select Please select Great for my little kids to have this in our community Thanks for your feedback. 70. 12405 1 Please select Please select Please select Great for my primary aged lads to have a safe place in the community to skate Thanks for your feedback. 71. 12404 1 4 3 2 26 Nayland Street The fact that Sumner is a great destination for surfers & skaters - so people will come to Sumner to use the facility as well as locals.

It is good for visibility making a vibrant centre of Sumner, good for local businesses to be patronised by skaters & will be a good connection to future village green Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 72. 12403 1 3 4 2 1. 26 Nayland Street - seems to be the most favoured choices 2. Sumner Beach - reminiscent of Bondi (sort of) 3. Redcliffs School site 4. Scott Park Thanks for your feedback. 73. 12402 1 4 3 2 I want a skate park IN the village to avoid having to travel to the park. The site in Nayland will be part of Sumner Community, it livens up the village. Youth in a public space where they are seen.

Scott Park & R'cliffs school too far away, School has too many issues with ownership etc. Thanks for your feedback. 74. 12400 1 3 4 2 1. Need a safe venue/site for our kids to skate & release all that pent up tension from too much device use. An asset to the community Thanks for your feedback.

17 75. 12399 1 Please select Please select Please select By site by the length of the straight! Thanks for your feedback. 76. 12398 1 Please select Please select Please select 1. Best site by far Thanks for your feedback. 77. 12397 1 Please select Please select Please select Best site by far Thanks for your feedback. 78. 12396 1 Please select Please select Please select Can only be this site to serve the community Thanks for your feedback. 79. 12395 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 80. 12394 1 Please select Please select 2 Central location Low environmental impact Thanks for your feedback. 81. 12393 2 4 3 1 2. Would be sweet but Sumner Beach 4. School sucks 3. Not appropriate 1. Bondi Thanks for your feedback. 82. 12392 2 4 3 1 2. Why not 4. Nah 3. - 1. Be mint Thanks for your feedback. 83. 12391 1 3 4 2 To stay in community so children can easily go to it. So good for the Sumner children Thanks for your feedback. 84. 12390 1 3 4 2 Least noise Most safe Thanks for your feedback. 85. 12389 2 3 4 1 Next to the Surf Club because it is safer and coz there is toilets next to it already. Build it in the first two places because they r in Sumner and it is called The Sumner Skate park not the Scott Skate Park.

Thanks for your feedback. 86. 12388 2 3 4 1 I would like it in Sumner beach because it is close to the village. I would also like it there because it has toilets there. It would be good as well because it has no car parks and no boy racers can come and pull up there. I would not like it in Redcliffs because it would be a lot harder to get there and that would be the same as Scotts Park in Ferrymead Thanks for your feedback. 87. 12387 Please select 1 Please select Please select Easy for kids to bus or bike. Good for Redcliffs No noise for Sumner residents Thanks for your feedback. 88. 12386 2 3 4 1 Sumner Beach: Grassy long patch of area Same as Australia/other towns in NZ Away from the public Little children won't go to Scott Park/Redcliffs Thanks for your feedback.

18 89. 12385 Please select Please select Please select 1 Perfect spot beside the Surf Life Saving Club. Community collation = great times Thanks for your feedback. 90. 12384 2 3 4 1 Because it’s a lot closer and nearer where we live. It's near where we do surf club Thanks for your feedback. 91. 12383 Please select 1 Please select Please select Thanks for your feedback. 92. 12382 1 3 4 2 The Nayland St site is a safe area in the heart of Sumner, near bus stop, library and shops and also far enough away from housing Thanks for your feedback. 93. 12381 1 2 4 3 I would like skating to be part of the village in Sumner and for the youth to have a focus as part of the community. I feel that 26 Nayland street puts them at the heart of the village and has good connections with the library and the commercial centre. It also helps to give the village a natural heart.

Thanks for your feedback. 94. 12379 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 95. 12378 2 3 4 1 For convenience and safety for Sumner kids. Thanks for your feedback. 96. 12377 2 3 4 1 For convenience and safety for the Sumner kids. Thanks for your feedback. 97. 12376 2 4 3 1 This is the best site as it is well populated, serviced by buses, visible and the activity is suited to the overall use of the area. Thanks for your feedback. 98. 12375 Please select Please select Please select 1 Perfect site by the beach & surf club. Not too many residents affected by noise associated with skating. Still close to village and local businesses.

99. 12372 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 100. 12371 1 3 4 2 Most appropriate, needed and most connected to the residents. Thanks for your feedback. 101. 12370 1 4 3 2 I've travelled a lot and all beachside communities have a skate park as well as the beach as a focal point for children to get together and enjoy a positive sport like skateboarding. Redcliffs is not suitable because it should be a school in the heart of great community. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

102. 12369 1 3 4 2 I think it should be near the skate ramp as that is awesome. This is an easy place for me to meet my cousin to go skateboarding. Thanks for your feedback. 103. 12368 1 3 4 2 I think it should be by the skate ramp. I can easily meet my friends to go skateboarding. My mum and dad can park nearby. Thanks for your feedback. 104. 12367 1 3 4 2 Nayland Street site is in the middle of community, close to the current skate ramp. It is close to shops and cafes so parents can easily get coffee while children skate.

There is ample parking if needed nearby, unlike being by the beach where parking becomes an issue in summer. Thanks for your feedback. 105. 12365 3 4 2 1 1. Summer beach, close to other outdoor activities, coastal path, shops, good parking and public facilities - the area is a popular public space and feels safe. 2. Similar reasons for Scott Park 3. Redcliffs and Nayland Street Sites Both sites have disadvantages regards ground assessments (asbestos), possible rock fall, rock fly, remediation for safety would be costly, not safe enough to Thanks for your feedback.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

19 put the school back there so not confident a park where predominantly young people would be using this site is desirable. Both of these sites are more residential and would be a noise hazard. Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for Nayland Street and Redcliffs School is very good, with recommended barriers. 106. 12362 3 1 2 4 Thanks for your feedback. 107. 12361 4 1 2 3 Redcliffs is a perfect park situation. The park is big enough to design an amazing facility. There isn't much in Redcliffs and it is more or less treated as a thoroughfare for people to get to Sumner. The surf club site doesn’t seem big enough to hold a well-designed skate park. Thanks Thanks for your feedback.

Comments noted. 108. 12360 4 1 2 3 Revive Redcliffs with young people. Thanks for your feedback. 109. 12359 4 1 2 3 Big unused space in Redcliffs Thanks for your feedback. 110. 12358 3 1 4 2 Bring happy kids to Redcliffs Thanks for your feedback. 111. 12357 Please select Please select Please select Please select Spokes requests that adequate, expandable, secure cycle parking and end of trip facilities be included as part of project on whatever site is selected. Thanks for your feedback. The skate park will be designed with the community – if a site is approved by the Board, the next step in the process is to draft a concept plan that the community will have an opportunity to provide feedback.

112. 12356 3 1 4 2 Redcliffs can cater for large facility. Good set back from residents. Outside Nga Turanga Tupuna. Central in Bays. Sumner beach good use of land leased by Council. Meets CPTED can link in with Surf club. Nayland caters for Sumner residents only and only small area. Scott Park not part of a community, on the fringe very exposed to elements. Thanks for your feedback. 113. 12355 2 4 3 1 My first point is that I am very much in favour of the Sumner beach option. This location reflects a natural synergy between skateboarding and surfing and there is a high possibility that the cohort expected to use the skate park is already using the beach for surfing etc. Secondly, I live right on the Redcliffs school boundary and I have concerns around the safety of the adjacent properties if the park where to be located there. I do know the property at 1 Washington Way, next to the city skate park is contently vandalised with broken windows, tagging and, more recently stolen security cameras. A further concern would be the possible light pollution at night from any proposed floodlights and the noise levels after dark. I note the engineers rate the acoustic levels as Very Good. I question this assessment for whenever someone plays on the currently existing playground equipment in the school grounds there are quite noticeably high levels of noise.

Thanks for your feedback. There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

As per CPTED guidelines lighting of parks is discouraged unless it’s an essential designated route. For this project, lighting will not be provided, as Council do not want to promote night time use of this space. As per the Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day, the primary method of mitigating potential noise effects is via an appropriate setback. There is suitable space at Redcliffs Park to achieve a suitable setback. 114. 12353 1 4 3 2 Thanks for your feedback. 115. 12352 1 4 3 2 Thanks for your feedback. 116. 12351 1 2 4 3 Thanks for your feedback.

20 117. 12350 3 1 2 4 Old Redcliffs School is central for more children to enjoy rather than one small community. I oppose any beach site as all green space is precious and there is not enough of it in the community as it is and a skate park is an eyesore. Thanks for your feedback. 118. 12349 1 3 4 2 Good to have near where old skate site was, as well used by Sumner kids. The beach area also good but prefer Nayland St as more central, safe and good surveillance there. The 2 other sites too far away for Sumner kids.

Thanks for your feedback. 119. 12347 4 1 2 3 I think the old Redcliffs school should be turned it to a nice family friendly community space that can be enjoyed by all. This is a wonderful opportunity for this space. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

120. 12346 1 3 4 2 I am growing up here and it would be good to have this to play with my mates when I invite them out Thanks for your feedback. 121. 12345 1 3 4 2 Natural fit between the beach, library and the skate ramp. A lot of people come to the beach in the weekend and it would be good to get some of this into the Sumner village. Thanks for your feedback. 122. 12343 1 3 4 2 Kids want to skate after school in Sumner so Sumner sites are definitely preferred. Thanks for your feedback. 123. 12342 2 3 4 1 Thanks for your feedback.

124. 12341 2 3 3 1 Thanks for your feedback. 125. 12340 1 2 4 3 Nayland St is central in Sumner and Sumner is the holiday suburb of Christchurch Thanks for your feedback. 126. 12338 1 3 4 2 The Sumner youth need this facility in their community. It will add to the Sumner Village. There is a very supportive community of parents and others which is essential. Support the Sumner youth. It is an excellent site at Nayland St. Thanks for your feedback. 127. 12337 1 Please select Please select 2 Gotta stay in Sumner, surfing, skating, Best site for it, library and skate ramp...that’s gold, parenting dream Thanks for your feedback. 128. 12335 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 129. 12334 1 3 4 2 Nayland St is the ideal site due to site conditions, and proximity for Sumner community. Thanks for your feedback. 130. 12333 1 3 4 2 The Nayland Street site provides the best location for the largest community of skaters and would integrate well with the other community investments such as the community Centre, library and local commercial entities which have common interests and could further support its long term success.

Thanks for your feedback. 131. 12331 2 4 3 1 Sumner Beach is where there is loads of room for a decent skate park and It’s where families like to go as well as its closer for the Redcliffs kids and the walkway is safer. Thanks for your feedback. There is space for a small skate park at Sumner Beach, this is due to an existing storm water basin. If this site was selected the storm water requirements would need to be incorporated into the design. 132. 12330 4 1 2 3 No way should a skate park be in a small urban area. Kids need space. A park is ideal. Skateboards on the restricted footpaths around Sumner Village will be a hazard to the elderly, handicapped, pushchairs etc. The congregation of young people should be in a park with room to make a noise and run around. All sites are near a bus stop for transport. Thanks for your feedback.

133. 12329 1 3 4 2 Redcliffs and Ferrymead are too far away for Sumner kids Thanks for your feedback. 134. 12328 2 3 4 1 We have been crying out for a skateboard park in Sumner and were most disappointed when Levi withdrew their kind offer. We had to move from Sumner to Redcliffs post-earthquake, however my children have enjoyed the temporary skate ramp in Sumner. We favour the Sumner sites as that is where most skateboarder aged kids live. Also there are other local activities that they can engage Thanks for your feedback.

Comments noted.

21 in socially. Scott Park is way too far away from the skateboarder population, also it doesn’t have any local shops nearby nor any other kid friendly activities. 135. 12327 1 2 4 3 The previous skate park in Nayland St was popular and the 26 Nayland St site is a close replacement. Other sites do not have a history of having a skate park. Thanks for your feedback. 136. 12326 1 Please select Please select 4 26 Nayland Street is close to all facilities Thanks for your feedback. 137. 12325 1 2 4 3 I would like the sites in order: 1 Nayland St 2 Redcliffs School 3 Sumner Beach 4 Scott Park Sheltered spot, no sand blowing through. Good transport options. I appreciate the chance to have a say.

Thanks for your feedback. 138. 12323 1 4 3 3 I am a Sumner resident and feel that the skate park would be an asset for our community. I like the high profile location of the 26 Nayland St site. Thanks for your feedback. 139. 12322 1 3 4 2 Sumner youth need a focus point to exercise and place to hang out together. Nayland St is perfect as it is close to Fuse community youth centre and public enough to curtail any bad behaviour. Thanks for your feedback. 140. 12321 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland St - safe accessible site for Sumner skaters, unlikely to be noise issues Thanks for your feedback. 141. 12318 1 4 3 2 The initiative is Sumner-driven so the ramp should be situated in Sumner. Nayland St site neighbours the proposed Village Green and therefore more inclusive and community driven. Redcliffs School should return to its Main Road site. Sumner Beach site could possibly be problematic for neighbours and at night. Scott Park is a great space and would be great for Mt Pleasant youth, but not Sumner Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

142. 12317 1 3 4 2 We live in Sumner and would love to have a skate park close to our home. Thanks for your feedback. 143. 12316 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 144. 12315 1 4 4 4 Thanks for your feedback. 145. 12314 Please select Please select Please select Please select No sites are suitable for the size of a ramp that would be of benefit to experienced skaters. E.g. Washington Way and Thompson Park. Ferrymead Park off Bridle Path Rd may be OK. Not a good approach to mix young children with more experienced skaters. Disagreement over use. If older skaters are driving to skate site they could easily go to more expansive sites purposefully built for them.

Strongly opposed to current Redcliffs School site - Issues, Noise from ramps and users, traffic safety , time of use, proximity to residential properties, no shops to buy food drink, no parking available , echo noise from cliffs, (more obvious late at night) More than 35 residences access Main Rd on the Northern road side opposite the Redcliffs school site. "On street parking" is being further restricted by works related to the Moa Cave footpath on the southern side. The existing car park on the school site has been promoted as parking for Thanks for your feedback.

Washington Way Reserve in central Christchurch caters to all abilities and provides for an advanced level of skating. Skate parks such as those in the local community (e.g. Sheldon Park, St Albans Park), provide opportunity for beginner to intermediate skaters and the Bays Area Skate Park will provide for the same skate level. The Bays Skate facility will we aimed at beginner to intermediate skater, not specifically to age. The space will be community orientated and we often see more skilled skaters helping out less skilled skaters.

If the old Redcliffs School was the preferred option, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and how users get to and from the site would be part of the design brief.

22 teachers and visitors to Redcliffs School new site at Main Rd /Beachville Rd. Current School site will be transferred to DOC - Form of CCC management yet to be decided. Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for old Redcliffs School is very good, with recommended barriers. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

146. 12309 2 Please select Please select 1 Not Redcliffs, Sumner want it. Redcliffs did not request it Sumner did. They have a group promoting it. Thanks for your feedback. 147. 12308 1 Please select Please select Please select Sumner children can all access this site (to me this is a Sumner initiative) Should not effect locals close by Will add more "atmosphere" to village Thanks for your feedback. 148. 12303 1 4 3 2 Sumner youth need a facility within walking/skating/biking range of their homes / schools / bus. This submission is to be read in conjunction with any other submissions I have made. Sumner youth will really benefit from having a safe place to board. Safety is a function of park design, proximity to home and community, and proximity of responsible adults (and older youths). 26 Nayland St. seems to meet the criteria for Sumner youth best.

Providing active exercise and community options for our youth is vital. Our family didn't have this option and this makes it even more important to provide from now on! Thank you for trying to finally solve this glaring lack of youth facilities. Thanks for your feedback. 149. 12295 1 3 4 2 Very keen to see a skate park in Sumner and this site is the best Thanks for your feedback. 150. 12294 1 Please select Please select Please select Central to bus stop, public toilets, sheltered, accessible, safe, able to be supervised, links well with Village Green and Sumner Centre. Minimal impact Neighbours and distance from neighbours exceeds 40m.

Thanks for your feedback. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 151. 12293 1 Please select Please select Please select Central to bus stop, public toilets, sheltered, accessible, safe, able to be supervised, links well with Village Green and Sumner Centre. Minimal impact Neighbours and distance from neighbours exceeds 40m. Thanks for your feedback. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 152. 12292 1 Please select Please select 2 Central to bus stop, public toilets, sheltered, accessible, safe, able to be supervised, links well with Village Green and Sumner Centre. Minimal impact Neighbours and distance from neighbours exceeds 40m. Strong community support and community care.

Thanks for your feedback. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 153. 12291 1 2 3 4 Nayland street location makes most sense. Thanks for your feedback. 154. 12290 2 4 3 1 Hopefully I have attached my views?? There isn't enough room here for what I wish to say. Re: Sumner Beach Site: - (1st choice) I rate this as the best site with adjacent beach, and shops and restaurants nearby for parents and other adults to also enjoy. The traffic here is slower and more circumspect due to more people about, therefore safer for children.

Re: Nayland St. site (2nd choice) I am not familiar with this site although it is also a central business area more suited to the noise factor. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan

23 Re: Scott Park site (3rd choice) There are traffic lights within a short walk so the safety factor is better for children. Re: Old Redcliffs School Site: - (4th choice) If the site was unsafe for fully supervised school-children, how can it deemed safe for the proposed unsupervised Skate Park? Children will still investigate the rock falls with risk to life and limb. Traffic is faster on the straight Main Road that has no controlled crossing in the area (the school had its own timed crossing facilities). Children’s safety should be the main priority. However, as a resident next to the school for 20 years, there would have to be more acoustic barriers in the area as the surrounding cliffs amplify sound.

noise standards, this can include questions around the cliffs and whether they create an amphitheatre. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and how users get to and from the site would be part of the design brief. 155. 12280 1 2 3 4 Don't think the beach area is suitable, so best in Nayland St, don't think the Pub is going to be re- built. Thanks for your feedback. 156. 12279 4 1 2 3 The site in Nayland St would be far too noisy, not only with the ramp, but with the people around the skateboard for a shopping centre which includes a doctor's surgery and restaurants close by. The temporary ramp is very unsightly especially as the proposal is to enhance the look of Sumner village in the future.

The old Redcliffs school site would enable the ramp to be well away from built-up areas and would give space for those people milling round waiting to use the ramp as would Scott's Park. Sumner beach would be suitable but a ramp there would attract vandalism and the ramp would ruin the beauty of the grassed area. Thanks for your feedback. 157. 12278 1 4 3 2 School site not suitable as noise bounces off the cliffs into the neighbouring area. Access would have to be from the very busy Main Road - not suitable for younger children to go unaccompanied. Bigger population in Sumner so it makes sense for the skate park to be there. The previous skate park was always well-used and I'd like to see the replacement one near to where the previous one was.

Thanks for your feedback If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards, this can include questions around the cliffs and whether they create an amphitheatre. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and how users get to and from the site would be part of the design brief. 158. 12274 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 159. 12271 1 3 4 2 The Nayland Street site is the one my boys would be most likely to use as it is closest to us. Thanks for your feedback. 160. 12269 4 1 2 3 I like Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant as the spaces are less intensive living areas, minimising the disruption to house owners.

The Council has approved the funding for a skate park in Redcliffs in 2009 and it would be fabulous to see this come to fruition Thanks for your feedback. 161. 12268 Please select 4 1 Please select Good acoustics therefore less problems with noise for residents, area available, planting & landscaping can be added, on Coastal walkway therefore accessible by way of walkway plenty of parking Thanks for your feedback. 162. 12267 1 3 4 2 Too many dangers with children trying to make their way to skate park on main roads It's a Sumner initiative keep it in Sumner Those that maintain ramp are Sumner based Automatically inaccessible if placed outside Sumner for those unable to skate on own Thanks for your feedback.

163. 12266 1 3 4 2 My name is I'm 8, I want it to be at 26 Nayland Street because it is close to Dad's and Mum's and it's close to my Moms house. Thanks for your feedback.

24 164. 12265 1 2 3 4 26 Nayland St is already a busy commercial area so a skate park will not interfere with the aesthetics of the area. Parks & beaches are best left in their natural state as much as possible so we can all enjoy them. Thanks for your feedback. 165. 12264 2 3 4 1 Right now I can't drive for another 4 years and it would be great and easy to have a skate park where the community could bike / walk / skate to. It would also be great to, after a surf go for a skate then head home. Thanks for your feedback.

166. 12263 3 2 1 Please select In relation to points given about noise, bus usage etc. / safety aspects. Could put up sails for shade like yachts & wind surfers. Scott park would serve more suburbs. Want to keep Sumner beach as natural as possible. Thanks for your feedback. 167. 12262 1 3 2 4 4. Sumner Beach - worst idea - the prevailing wind is easterly which will blow sand onto ramp - skateboards and sand don't mix to well 3. If you can't put a school there and call it safe - you can't put the same kids there to skate board 2. Scott's Park is not really in the Bay area 1. 26 Nayland Street - great spot - right in the heart of the community - give the kids a spot to have some fun Cheers Thanks for your feedback. Comment noted around sand and skateboards. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

168. 12261 2 3 4 1 My Brother, Sister & Mum live at the Esplanade and we like to skate surf and do other things. We would like to have the skate park there because we can skate down to it to do tricks and fall then laugh Thanks for your feedback. 169. 12260 Please select 2 3 1 1. Is ideal because of recreational use of surf club and beach area plus Sumner Esplanade walking area. 2. Is less attractive as away from local area but is a larger site also less recreational than Sumner 3. A good site but less attractive for smaller children with high volumes of car traffic 4. To close to rock faces, too residential Thanks for your feedback.

170. 12259 4 3 2 1 Having it next to the Surf Club will provide a 'community youth' vibe. Both activities can work together to engage the local kids in healthy & outdoor activities. Maybe they can do joint funding apps for events etc. Sumner Beach Option - Also having the new security camera opp Surf club on Main Rd, would also double as a deterrent to crime / anti-social behaviour @ skate ramp Thanks for your feedback. 171. 12257 2 1 3 4 The Old Redcliffs School site has the large central open space required, on-site parking, and is highly visible. It would be great for the community to see youth back enjoying this site. Nayland Street would be a good second choice but smaller.

Scotts Park should be left for boaties, cyclists, walking. Sumner Beach parking is congested especially on weekends. Thanks for your feedback. 172. 12255 4 2 1 3 Noise problems from the skate park and teenagers congregating . Even worse if the Village Green goes in as suggested. The car park is also used by skateboarders who ripped out the No Skateboarding signs. The skate park should not be in the residential area Thanks for your feedback. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park and for these sections to be considered as a village green.

173. 12251 3 1 1 4 I believe Scott Park as well as Redcliffs school are the best options due to their location and less effect on noise for close residents. I am against it being on Sumner Beach in Sumner. We have the most beautiful beach and I believe that skate boarding is not enjoyed by all and we should not Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around Sumner Beach.

25 be placing this skate park on the beach. Not everyone wants to be around youth and this is an area all people can enjoy. I have seen many families having a picnic in this area and enjoying the grass near the beach. Sumner Surf Club presently shows damage from skateboarders and scooter grinding on the edge of our decking. With the Skate park near the Surf Club I believe will increase this damage. The surf club hires out the club for weddings. The income helps purchase the equipment needed to patrol the beach. I believe the skate park will affect the hire out of the club for weddings.

Without this income it makes it difficult to get the funds for the needed equipment. The surf club is a necessity to Sumner and has plenty of expensive equipment stored in this building. Some skate parks can attract some youth/adults that can cause some issues (I work with youth that get into trouble and they love to hang out at Washington park and are getting into a lot of trouble). There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

174. 12245 2 3 4 1 The bulk of the users live in the Sumner area and would need to travel to the Redcliffs site or Scott Park Scott park is a passive recreational area for sailing and wind surfing plus kite boarding and should remain passive for these users Thanks for your feedback. 175. 12238 2 3 4 1 # Thanks for your feedback. 176. 12237 2 4 3 1 A greater proportion of Sumner residents have been pushing for the skate park, so I think it should go to Sumner as the first option. It would suit the summer vibe of the area, and a park near the beach would be ideal. Scott Park is the next best option as it is not close to residential areas. Redcliffs school has residents all around it, and even placing the skate park in the middle still wouldn’t stop the noise. There are a lot of elderly residents living close around this area. Also that placement in the middle means the sports field swap with the school site is out which if unfair as the sports field are used frequently in the winter for games and practices for local teams. Thanks for your feedback.

Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for the Old Redcliffs School site is very good, with recommended barriers. Comments noted around separation from neighbours as being important. The community workshops have also provided this feedback, therefore the weighting of information around noise is higher (more important). The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 177. 12236 Please select 1 4 Please select Great to see Old Redcliffs site being used...plenty of room...off street parking...a preferred centre point for Sumner, Redcliffs and Mt Pleasant locals.

Scott Park...Too far away for most and may require public transport rather than a walk to get there. Busy road for young ones. Thanks for your feedback. 178. 12235 1 3 4 2 Having the skate park in the Sumner village will awesome for the community and since it's a seaside suburb with lots of surfing a skate park goes along perfect with the sport! Thanks for your feedback. 179. 12228 2 3 4 1 Thanks for your feedback. 180. 12227 2 3 4 1 Most skaters are surfers so closer to the beach the better Thanks for your feedback. 181. 12224 1 3 4 2 A skate park or permanent concrete mini ramp has been petitioned for Sumner for at least 30 years, it needs to be in Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 182. 12218 1 3 4 2 We want the skate park in a Sumner!! It will bring life back to the Sumner village. Close to public toilets bus stop. Retail. Highly visible links new community centre space and new car park. Summer kids do Not want to travel to Scott park or the dangerous Redcliffs school site Thanks for your feedback.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 183. 12217 1 3 4 2 Close to the village...toilets. And easily accessible. Safer option for the kids. Thanks for your feedback.

26 184. 12212 1 3 4 2 The Nayland St spot is good because it is close to everything Thanks for your feedback. 185. 12211 1 3 4 2 The Nayland Street sport is the best option as it is nice and visible making it a lot safer. There was one there in the past and it was used regularly Thanks for your feedback. 186. 12210 1 3 4 2 The Nayland sport is nice and close. There has been a ramp across the road in the past and it was a really good spot. Thanks for your feedback. 187. 12209 4 2 1 3 Thanks for your feedback. 188. 12208 3 1 2 4 3. Okay site but rather challenging. 1. Half way between Ferrymead Bridge & Sumner Beach. Not so many challenges for this site. 2. This area would be suitable also - good access for drop off & pickup 4. Would rather not have concrete intrusion onto beach area environment - keep area clean & green Thanks for your feedback. 189. 12207 2 4 3 1 1. Sumner youth - children have had years of reduced facilities. They're coming back now (surf club, library) but more activity in the area is good for youth & business. Beach is a natural place for young people.

2. Same as above, but 2nd option as I believe near the beach fits better with skate park culture. 3. No particular reason. Good access. A bit far for Sumner kids. Easterly wind will make it cold. 4. If it's good enough for a skate park it good enough for a school. I believe Redcliffs School should go back to the old site, mostly for economic reasons Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

190. 12206 1 3 4 2 Away from most residential houses Yet visible from the road Good for local businesses and it brings skaters & parents into the Sumner Village Empty land being made good use of Walkable distance for many school aged kids Central to the community Thanks for your feedback. 191. 12205 1 3 4 2 A good spot close to Sumner Village. Safe, well lit & will be another draw card for all the visitors that come to Sumner on the weekends. Redcliffs School will be hard to get through I think Scott Park - too hidden from view - not safe Thanks for your feedback.

192. 12140 3 1 2 4 Ideally away from residential area & esp. to use the school site Thanks for your feedback. 193. 12139 1 4 3 2 I think this is an ideal location as is central, near shops and importantly near the bus stop. This part of Sumner is a large and potentially great public space. Great to get children out exercising Thanks for your feedback. 194. 12138 2 3 4 1 The skate park should be closest as possible to Sumner and next to the Lifesaving club seems a great spot for the skaters. Thanks for your feedback. 195. 12137 1 3 4 2 The community needs it. Thanks for your feedback.

27 196. 12136 1 4 3 2 The Scott Park is very exposed and has very limited other facilities near it. Redcliffs school site is close to houses and the busy Main Road. Nayland Street would provide a park of the right size, and in conjunction with a new 'village green' would bring back a much-loved Sumner facility. In my view the beach site is a very close second. This is a site with great potential and is really wasted space at present. Without losing much of the regenerating native vegetation, a skate park combined with some more general facilities for visitors such as picnic tables, barbecue and better access to the beach would be a great opportunity to create another attraction for Sumner as a visitor destination.

Thanks for your feedback. Scott Park has nearby bus stops, car parking, adjacent coastal pathway, toilets and Ferrymead is just up the road for shops. Marshall Day Ltd provided high level advice on potential noise of skate park at the four locations and Redcliffs School received a “very good’ rating. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 197. 12135 Please select Please select Please select Please select The Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Bays Area Skate Park Project. The future health of our population is not just reliant on hospitals, but on a responsive environment where all sectors work collaboratively. While health care services are an important determinant of health, health is also influenced by a wide range of factors beyond the health sector. Health care services manage disease and trauma and are an important determinant of health outcomes. However health creation and wellbeing (overall quality of life) is influenced by a wide range of factors beyond the health sector.

The CDHB supports the proposal to develop a skate park in the Bays area, between Ferrymead and Sumner. Parks and other spaces that encourage physical activity and frequent use help combat obesity and related chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Having local facilities that enable young people to feel valued and catered for in their community is also a protective factor in their mental health. Research suggests that the qualities most likely to encourage use and produce positive health outcomes for users are: appealing aesthetics; amenities for different age groups and experience; good maintenance and cleanliness; opportunities for social interaction; safety; lighting; natural features such as trees; integration with other recreational facilities and proximity to home and other destinations like shops, services and public transport.

The CDHB does not have a particular preference between the four sites under consideration but would highly recommend that the final site chosen have on-site toilet and drinking fountain facilities. These amenities appear to be available at three of the four sites chosen and therefore these should be given higher priority. Shade is also an important health consideration and a site that has shaded area for people to sit should also be a priority in choosing a preferred site. Noise and contaminated land are also health considerations that need to be factored in. The CDHB acknowledges that the CCC has processes in place for assessing and mitigating these risks via expert reports.

The CDHB is supportive of the engagement processes undertaken to date. It is known that involving the community in the design of public spaces encourages community connection, which has positive mental health outcomes. The CDHB encourages the CCC to involve young people likely to be the highest users of the skate park, in the parks design at whatever site is chosen and to continue to engage with local residents in whichever location is chosen. Medical Officer of Health References: Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skate parks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. Centre for the Built Environment and Health, School of Population Health, The University of Western Australia. Accessed via Thanks for your feedback.

Comment noted around availability of toilets, drinking fountains and shaded areas for people to sit at the chosen site. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards. The next stage of community engagement will involve the community including young people to develop an appropriate design.

28 http://www.sph.uwa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/2559530/WHY-CONSIDER- SKATING- AND-SKATE-PARKS-AS-A-PUBLIC-HEALTH-ISSUE.pdf The Case for Healthy Places. Improving Health Outcomes through Placemaking. Project for Public Spaces. 2016. Accessed via https://daks2k3a4ib2z.cloudfront.net/5810e16fbe876cec6bcbd86e/5a626855e27c0 000017efc24_ Healthy-Places-PPS.pdf 198. 12134 2 1 4 3 Thanks for your feedback. 199. 12132 2 1 3 4 I believe you need a decently large space that is accessible to users from Sumner through to Brookhaven. Redcliffs encompasses this Thanks for your feedback.

200. 12131 1 3 4 2 The benefits of a skate park at 26 Nayland St: It is central to a bus stop, retail, and public toilets. Environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop. Links well to village green and the Sumner Centre. Great visibility. Distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres. Acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses. Placing the Skate park at 26 Nayland Street will bring life, vitality and recreation back to the centre of the village, allowing different age groups to interact in one area. This area will recreate an outdoor village centre, missing since Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre was built on the site of the temporary village green in 2017.

Thanks for your feedback. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 201. 12130 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland Street is directly opposite the old ramp site which was really popular. None of the other sites are close to places where you can food get etc. Thanks for your submission. 202. 12129 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland Street meets a very strong demand from the Sumner community for a skate facility that has not been heard from the other coastal hill communities. Its popularity will be ensured by its closeness to other amenities that users may want e.g., food, toilets, bus stop etc. It can be easily passively supervised by the community who are using the Sumner Village and Library. With good design, safety and noise issues should be able to be well addressed at this site. It will help build a sense of community for all ages in the heart of the Sumner Village Thanks for your feedback.

203. 12128 1 Please select Please select Please select Nayland St is the best community site in that the boarders will be seen, they'll have excellent access to bus/ food and drink/ and toilets. Most importantly as they're in a central location they will feel part of village life and inter-generational relationships will be fostered. I also consider this site to be the safest from a traffic perspective, and as it’s a central location it can easily be "policed” by the local community.

Thanks for your feedback. 204. 12127 1 3 4 2 Given that all the sites have a similar amount of pro and cons in respect of their physical attributes the key way I have ranked them is on the likely demand / popularity of the different sites for skaters. The Opus Report provides key data in this regard which was gathered at their consultation workshop in Redcliffs on 24 July 2017. The consultation showed that the 26 Nayland Street was the most popular site with the majority supporting it. 26 Nayland Street 59% (103 votes) Sumner Surf life Saving Club 12% (21 votes) Redcliffs School 3% (5 votes) Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around 26 Nayland Street.

29 Ferrymead Area 1.7% (3 votes) The numbers above show that the Nayland Street Site is on those votes; nearly 5 times more popular than the second site being the Surf Lifesaving Club nearly 20 times more popular than Redcliffs School site 34 times more popular than a Ferrymead Site Given that all the sites have pro’s and con’s as noted earlier, I think this issue of proven long term public demand in Sumner should be a key argument in favour of a Sumner site as shown by the numbers above and by; Requests from Sumner Residents to the Council for a site since the 1990’s The Council’s own recognition for the need for sites in Halswell and Sumner in the Council’s own 2004 Skate Strategy. In this regard, it should be noted that the Strategy remains in force and has not which has not been replaced by any more recent Strategy that mentions Redcliff’s or Ferrymead sites as alternatives to Sumner. And that Strategy is still being implemented with 2 Skate Parks having been built in the in Halswell area - and none in Sumner to date. The Sumner Community is the only Coastal Hillside Community that has made any significant efforts to establish a skate park over the years as evidenced by; Levi’s and the Sumner community tried to consent a site on the Esplanade in 20016 over 500 people attended the public hall hearing in support 59% people that attended the Opus Workshop in Redcliffs supported the Nayland Street site. Sumner Community has invested over $3,500 in getting its own feasibility reports undertaken on 26 Nayland Street Sumner community has built, resource consented and shifted twice its own community Skate Ramp all at its own cost Sumner also has a strong community identification with skating having two shops selling skate clothing and equipment there are none in Redcliffs or near Scott Park 205. 12126 1 3 4 2 I rate 26 Nayland Street first because it is the Sumner community that have shown their greatest support for a skate ramp in the Bays Area - not just since the year 2000 (as stated in the Opus report) but actually since 1989 (as evidenced by a letter that appeared in the October edition of Shoreline). It is my opinion that most people in Sumner are keen to see a skate ramp in our village (hence why I have placed Sumner Beach second), and that previous attempts have been foiled by a vociferous minority. Such a shame.

Having seen the positive addition that the small half pipe brought to the village when it was temporarily located on the village "green", that has convinced me more than anything of the power that creating bumping spaces - where residents of different ages can meet - has for building community resilience. This needs to be in the heart of the village, where the ramp is easily monitored, viewed, attended by all sorts of different people, and brings life to our village. While the ramp was on the village green site, my own boys (19 and 17), and even I, got chatting with people around the skate ramp that we hadn't seen since our years at Sumner primary. Having a skate ramp in the heart of the village provided our youth with a place to meet - to chat, to watch each other, to take turns, to support each other and to monitor the use of the ramp. Thanks for your feedback.

Thanks for letting us know about the October edition of Shoreline in 1989. If you could scan and send a copy of this to CCC that would be appreciated. Comments noted around having the skate area centrally located for visual surveillance and also a space where all members of the community can meet with each other.

30 I know how many of them felt robbed of their "voice" when it was shut down - it felt as if their opinions and needs didn't matter. That is not the village we want to be in Sumner. Please let's provide for them. I rate the Sumner beach site second because the skaters worry about the amount of sand that the ramp will attract, and I worry that the Surf Club (who seem to think they own that site, even though they don't!) will be so loud in their objections they'll stymie the entire project. I've put Redcliffs school third as I think it's unimaginable to say to that village that the site cannot be used as a school, but is clear for a skate park. That doesn't sit well with me. The Scott park site is last because it is too remote which concerns me that it will be too easily vandalised or not cared for. Plus, a selection of Scott Park or Redcliffs would ignore all the hard work and commitment and passion that the Sumner community has put into backing a skate ramp for Sumner village.

Mainly, though, I hope you listen to the majority of the people in Sumner who are pro having a skate ramp in our village - listening to the majority, not the minority. I know what an enormous value the council puts on community voice: our voice has been saying, long and strong, that we want to provide our youth with an engaging activity to keep them busy in the village, to keep them meeting old friends, making new ones, to teach them skills of caring for young and listening and respecting old. We want to work together, please give us an opportunity to show you what a massive boost this will be for Sumner!

Many thanks, 206. 12123 Please select Please select Please select Please select We cannot afford this project skaters already have a park down Moorhouse Ave not a necessary use of ratepayer funds Thanks for your feedback. 207. 12114 2 Please select Please select 1 Why Redcliffs we did not ask for it Sumner want it that is why they formed the Sumner Green and Skate Group. If you don’t build it there they will still push to get one in Sumner and they will achieve it. Relating to the land swap of Redcliffs school some groups supported it on condition the soccer pitch was moved to the new site that has to occur not the skate park. You stated there is public parking nearby, there is not, you will have to allow for parking within the park. Sumner want it, place it there.

Thanks for your feedback. The Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board resolved on 27 February for staff to investigate suitable locations for a permanent skate facility in the Bays Area (Ferrymead to Sumner), which is why Redcliffs has been included. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. There is an existing carpark onsite as well as opportunity for parking in the Main Road.

208. 12108 2 1 3 4 1. Redcliffs between Sumner and Redcliffs 2. Not close to houses 3. Good to have toilet close 4. DO Not want Sumner beach option at all because it conflicts with position of coastal pathway and beach activities, desecrates war memorial Please see attached for other signatories to this submission. Thanks for your feedback which included 5 signatories. Comments noted around Sumner Beach 209. 12107 2 4 1 3 I own a property on and don't wish to be inundated with wayward children, dysfunctional teenagers and drug addicted young men. Also the parking on Main Rd is not suitable.

Regardless of where the skate park is situated, as we walk through Thompsons Park where the skate park area is regularly, we are astonished by the amount of litter, graffiti and drug Thanks for your feedback. There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review

31 paraphernalia that is found scattered around this area. How will this be monitored and cleaned if the Council allow this park to be created. of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED). It is important to involve the community in the design of the park to endure they take ownership of the space, Council will be regularly emptying rubbish bins and maintaining the park.

210. 12102 Please select Please select Please select Please select Submitter on ticked next to Redcliffs School site. Central location is good use of large and soon to be abandoned site. Thanks for your feedback. 211. 12099 1 3 4 2 Cause there was a Sumner half pipe so they deserve a full skate park. Thanks for your feedback. 212. 12096 1 3 4 2 Nayland Street is the safest and best option, the ramp should be in the heart of Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 213. 12093 1 2 4 3 Because Sumner is the best location as it is central to Sumner Village and beach. Thanks for your feedback. 214. 12088 1 3 4 2 It is important to keep the skate park in the Sumner community. Both locations in Sumner have a lot of foot traffic, which keeps eyes on the park, younger ones safe, the best chance for enjoyment, and the locations are conveniently near shops so families and skaters who are using the ramp can also buy snacks and meals, as well as go shopping for goods in the local community. Cantabrians and tourists would be happy to come to Sumner and enjoy the skate ramp while there, but they would not be so inclined to go to a dead zone with a skate park, as with the case of Redcliffs or Ferrymead. Also, local people from the other Bay areas are accustom to coming to Sumner as a destination, but the traffic would not be enjoyed the other way. Sumner in particular is a destination for people all over Christchurch, and the skate park will help reinforce our communities' draw as a destination for active outdoor pursuits. Skating is a huge part of the daily way of life in Sumner, it’s a main mode of transport, and parents take their kids to school in droves on skateboards. In Sumner, skating is a pursuit for both adults, children, and families alike. As a seaside resort village, it seems only natural that the park location would be in Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments around skating being a mode of transport noted. Access to the future skate park will be considered as part of the design. 215. 12087 1 3 4 2 It is important to keep the skate park in the Sumner community. Both locations in Sumner have a lot of foot traffic, which keeps eyes on the park, younger ones safe, the best chance for enjoyment, and the locations are conveniently near shops so families and skaters who are using the ramp can also buy snacks and meals, as well as go shopping for goods in the local community. Cantabrians and tourists would be happy to come to Sumner and enjoy the skate ramp while there, but they would not be so inclined to go to a dead zone with a skate park, as with the case of Redcliffs or Ferrymead. Also, local people from the other Bay areas are accustom to coming to Sumner as a destination, but the traffic would not be enjoyed the other way. Sumner in particular is a destination for people all over Christchurch, and the skate park will help reinforce our communities' draw as a destination for active outdoor pursuits. Skating is a huge part of the daily way of life in Sumner, it’s a main mode of transport, and parents take their kids to school in droves on skateboards. In Sumner, skating is a pursuit for both adults, children, and families alike. As a seaside resort village, it seems only natural that the park location would be in Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments around skating being a mode of transport noted. Access to the future skate park will be considered as part of the design. 216. 12086 1 3 4 2 It is important to keep the skate park in the Sumner community. Both locations in Sumner have a lot of foot traffic, which keeps eyes on the park, younger ones safe, the best chance for enjoyment, and the locations are conveniently near shops so families and skaters who are using the ramp can also buy snacks and meals, as well as go shopping for goods in the local community. Cantabrians and tourists would be happy to come to Sumner and enjoy the skate ramp while Thanks for your feedback.

Comments around skating being a mode of transport noted. Access to the future skate park will be considered as part of the design.

32 there, but they would not be so inclined to go to a dead zone with a skate park, as with the case of Redcliffs or Ferrymead. Also, local people from the other Bay areas are accustom to coming to Sumner as a destination, but the traffic would not be enjoyed the other way. Sumner in particular is a destination for people all over Christchurch, and the skate park will help reinforce our communities' draw as a destination for active outdoor pursuits. Skating is a huge part of the daily way of life in Sumner, it’s a main mode of transport, and parents take their kids to school in droves on skateboards. In Sumner, skating is a pursuit for both adults, children, and families alike. As a seaside resort village, it seems only natural that the park location would be in Sumner.

217. 12084 1 2 3 4 I think it very important that the kids have something that is theirs & for me, I believe that the centre of the village is the best place for them. I think the sand will be an issue at Sumner Beach & Scott Park is too far away. If it can't be in Sumner then at least Redcliffs school site is at least central & thanks to the coastal pathway will mean that the majority of kids can get their without being on the roads. Thanks for your feedback. Comments around sand at Sumner noted and that a centrally located skate facility is preferred.

218. 12081 3 1 2 Please select Submitter has made the comment - Sumner Beach not at all Sumner Beach is a flood catchment area and it also has some established native plantings that make that area very beautiful. It's also quite hidden. Redcliffs school is public, accessible and can afford a large purpose built park. There is fencing and car parks. A nearby bus stop. Thanks for your feedback If Sumner Beach was the preferred option, storm water requirements would be included in the design. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design would also be considered to ensure there are suitable sight lines into the space.

Comments noted around Redcliffs School. 219. 12080 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 220. 12079 Please select 1 Please select 1 Thanks for your feedback. 221. 12078 1 2 3 4 I think it should be in the centre of the village!! Thanks for your feedback. 222. 12077 1 3 4 2 Best site and closest to home Thanks for your feedback. 223. 12076 1 Please select Please select Please select Thanks for your feedback. 224. 12075 1 2 3 4 26 Nayland street is the best option and it is what the residents and community wants. It would be a great way to have the community centre be maintained and beautified by a close skate park. Further, it's close to the stores so this will help the village by buying locally and there are plenty of people to keep an eye on the park too due to stores proximity. The Old Redcliff's school is too far away and so is the Scott Park option. It won't be used. The beach is not an option from a safety perspective. If sand gets into the skaters wheels or at the bottom on the bowl, then this could cause serious harm to the skaters. Thanks for your feedback.

225. 12074 1 4 3 2 1. No residential disturbance in the centre of the village 2. Can be screened by vegetation 3. Good parking easy access 4. Should only be used for playing fields. Thanks for your feedback. 226. 12073 1 4 3 2 1. Waste Land 2. Supervision nearby 3. Scott Park very close to main road Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going to through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment

33 4. Redcliffs School still not located at new site - move to bring it back, lack of supervision, there already trouble with youth at this site now. around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 227. 12072 1 2 3 4 My children really want it at 26 Nayland. Good location as close to library - easy access. We don't like it at Sumner Beach as we like the peaceful aspect at the beach. There would be even more loitering of older kids that could scare / intimidate the high numbers of young families. It also would not be good for the Sunday Market.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments around Sumner Beach noted. 228. 12071 1 2 3 4 Nayland St has been used successfully as a skate park before. There are more car parks. Much quitter location as no residents living directly above or across the road. Sumner Beach is less favourable as I believe it would change the environment of the beach. Already enough traffic congestion in the weekends. Thanks for your feedback. Comments around Sumner Beach noted. 229. 12069 1 4 3 2 As a parent of child who would like to skateboard more and must in safety, Nayland street is close by and has good visibility in the public space making it safer. If the geotech report indicates the area can be made safe from rock fall etc. then it would be best choice for us and the nearest geographically to us. It is tiresome to drive everywhere for simple, safe, child's play activity. I would also ask that it has easier features and paths for younger kids. Thanks for your feedback.

Your comment around easier features for younger kids have been noted. If a suitable site is selected by the Community Board, Council will be asking the community what they would like to see in the design. 230. 12055 3 1 4 2 We live above Scott Park overlooking it. At night we hear cars and people talking even though we have double glazing. The sounds carry up the hill. This is why Scott Park ranking at 4. Also area is allocated for water sports nothing else. Thanks for your feedback. 231. 12054 2 1 4 3 Have given Scott Park 4 ranking because of noise problem. Noise from Scott Park at night time is annoying with cars and people yahooing. The noise from the skate park and other problems will affect more people living on the lower slopes than the ones living on the Main Road Thanks for your feedback.

Noise comments noted. 232. 12053 1 2 3 4 Sumner really needs a skate park for our youth. We are a surf community with many young families. If it’s in the village be great for local cafes Thanks for your feedback. 233. 12052 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 234. 12051 2 3 4 1 1. Accessibility to Sumner youth/Redcliffs. Good facilities already there - toilets/parking. Skate park would be combined with other outdoor activities = beach/swimming etc. The other locations (3&4) too far away. Thanks for your feedback.

235. 12050 1 3 4 2 A central Sumner location would bring visitors to the village which would support our local shops, cafes etc. And as for the locals . 26 Nayland would bring our community together, for example , kids at the skate park while parents have a drink at the local, a gathering place for young and teen community members, no transport worries for parents who would have to get in their cars to collect children from Ferrymead and Redcliffs which is not very environmentally friendly. It would be great to have kids skating and using the library facilities all in one hit! 26 Nayland is my first choice as I feel it would help bring life back to our village. We are a bigger community of skateboard and surf users than Ferrymead and Redcliffs. Our kids would use it more and get more out of its location than a forgotten school ground or an industrial area. Thank you! Thanks for your feedback.

236. 12049 1 3 4 2 Nayland street is the best choice for my children as we are a local Sumner family and it is close to the heart of the village Thanks for your feedback. 237. 12046 1 2 4 3 Skate parks are not visually attractive so why ruin what could be a lovely park or beach view with one Thanks for your feedback.

34 The skate park will be designed into the existing environment to complement the existing space, this include suitable landscaping. 238. 12045 1 2 4 3 New Zealand Thanks for your feedback. 239. 12041 2 3 4 1 Supporting local boarders in outdoor sport and recreation. On or near the beach would be stunning and a great spectacle for locals and walkers. Bondi beach in Sydney & Wanaka are good examples of this. Thanks for your feedback. 240. 12039 2 3 4 1 Sumner has as a community needs to support outdoor sport and activity for our youth. A skateboard ramp either near the beach or in Sumner would be an asset!

Thanks for your feedback. 241. 12038 2 Please select 2 1 I cannot believe the Council is considering putting a skate board park in Redcliffs when the community did not ask for it. Sumner has requested it and that is where it should be built. Sumner has supported this since the Levi saga, that is why they have formed the Sumner Green and Skate group. As reported in the Bay Harbour January 31, the Sumner group will continue to support a permanent site within Sumner, and if it goes out of that area they will still push to get it one way or the other.

The land swap relating to the Redcliffs school site, means the soccer pitch should be moving to the school site, so is the Council going to back track on that. You are stating the skate park may have to be designed centrally so there will not be enough space for a pitch and a skate park. Please do not bring it to Redcliffs put it where the community want it Sumner. SUMMARY TABLE There does not appear to be any consistency in comparisons. Column - Additional Costs E.g. Nayland Street site states Rock fall Assessment required, it is likely potential remedial works for rock fall will be needed. That is also required for the old Redcliffs School site, yet it is not listed. Has it been deliberately omitted?

Nayland Street and Scott Park site, you are stating under this column a preliminary and detailed site investigations required surely you would need that for the two-other proposed sites! Column - Accessibility Close to public car parking where, are you talking McCormacks bay/Beachville Road? Column Landscaping/CPTED Toilets - Do you mean the primary school toilets? Won’t the school be demolished? It is earthquake damaged? In other words, you will need to build new toilets? Or are you suggesting the two public toilets across the Main Rd and further up towards the causeway? Thanks for your feedback.

The Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board resolved on 27 February for staff to investigate suitable locations for a permanent skate facility in the Bays Area (Ferrymead to Sumner), which is why Redcliffs has been included. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. If this site was to be selected as suitable for skate there would be suitable space available. Community consultation around a suitable landscape plan for the park will occur if Council are appointed to control and manage the old school site.

A rock fall assessment has been completed for the old Redcliffs School and the Ministry of Education will install a large fence along the boundary prior to handing the operation and management of the park to Council if this goes ahead. There is an existing car park at the Old Redcliffs School site as well as on street parking. The school site also has a building which has toilets which Council would like to keep. If and when the Community Board approve a site, further detailed site investigations will occur.

242. 12036 1 4 4 1 Facility needs to be in Sumner for local kids. For us it is our grandchildren who we want to be able to play in their local community, we know where they are and easy for us all to keep an eye on them. This should be a village amenity for our village kids. We love Sumner because it is a safe environment for our children to grow up in and we don't want them having to go out of the area to play their games. They surf at the beach, do their duty at the surf club and need to be able to play with their skate boards in the same environment. For kids, being able to play where they live is a fundamental right.

Thanks for your feedback.

35 243. 12033 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland is the best for me because it’s close to my house and my school Thanks for your feedback. 244. 12026 2 1 4 3 Wonderful for Redcliffs to have a skate park. Thanks for your feedback. 245. 12025 1 Please select Please select Please select BEST LOCATION CLOSE TO AMENITIES AND VILLAGE Thanks for your feedback. 246. 12019 1 3 4 2 Keeping the skate park in the village where there is a lot of foot traffic will minimise the risk of anti- social behaviour. Makes it part of the community.

Sumner needs a place for the community to gather and will be a great addition to the community centre over the road. Thanks for your feedback. 247. 12018 4 2 1 3 Sumner beach area isn’t suitable for a skate park due to environmental reasons. Nayland Street is just too busy and noisy. Ferrymead would serve a larger community Thanks for your feedback. 248. 12017 1 Please select Please select 2 Assists retailers by attracting families to the area. Good visibility and it’s sheltered and sunny. Leverage off other community focused assets that are adjacent.

Thanks for your feedback. 249. 12016 1 Please select Please select 2 The Nayland street site would be ideal. Great addition for the community with close access to the village green, shops and good visibility. It’s sheltered there too. Thanks for your feedback. Village Green - 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 250. 12015 2 1 4 3 The site of the old Redcliffs school is central to the community, easily accessible, with existing car parking and bus routes. The site needs to be repurposed anyway and work will have to occur so why not use the opportunity to quickly give the community a bubbly heart mixing nature, kids and culture.

Sumner is another fantastic location for a skate park, Nayland being more central seems the better option. Scott Park is not a good option, too open, the car parking space gets used by windsurfers, kite surfers and sailors - it is too exposed and too far from other amenities - kids couldn't just walk there from home. Thanks for your feedback. 251. 12014 2 1 4 3 Redcliffs will have not only have the proposed skate park but the new proposed children’s park. I’m a father and still do a little skate boarding. It is a great way for the kids to get away and I have found them to be safe, fun and a great way to get to know young kids.

Redcliffs will be much more sheltered which is important and why I chose number 26 Nayland as my second. All these sites are exposed to the strong easterly winds and some much more than the others. In summer time the easterly is very strong as you all know. A skate park in Scott Park would be a bad choice and hence why there is sailing there. With the new school in Redcliffs to be built the shops etc. this is the number one choice. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted about the Old Redcliffs School site. 252. 12011 1 3 4 2 Central to village - easy for kids before / after school. Hopefully linked to later village green project. Lots of passers-by so feels safe as a parent Thanks for your feedback.

20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 253. 12009 1 3 4 2 I would like a facility that is close to home that my kids can walk or cycle to safely. Sumner doesn't have many facilities for teens. Thanks for your feedback. 254. 12008 3 4 1 2 3. A great area - for Skate Park. It is waste land just suitable for skate park. 4. There is still talk that school could still go back - if not better for sport grounds. We used to hear a lot of noise when the school were playing netball outside of school hours, so noise does travel. Thanks for your feedback.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. There is space for an intermediate and junior sports field which is the same as the existing Redcliffs Park. If this site was to be selected as suitable

36 1. A good family area plenty of card parks where the can also windsurf too. 2. Beach a public area - with facilities toilets etc. for all members of families for skate there is suitable space. Community consultation around a suitable landscape plan for the park will occur once. 255. 12007 3 2 4 1 Cool to have a skate ramp next to the surf club Thanks for your feedback. 256. 12006 1 4 3 2 I think the skate park should be on 26 Nayland St because lots of people live near it and it's close to the village Thanks for your feedback. 257. 12005 3 1 4 2 See attached joint submission & photos Scott Park's prevailing winds E/NE carry noise up St Andrews Hill Bays Area Skate Project - Scott Park Objection The acoustic Assessment for Scott Park gave this site an overall GOOD ) rating because of the setback distance, not taking into account that noise will rise up a hillside. (Opus report (dated November 2017) referring to the Marshall Day Acoustic findings - Report no 002 20171121 with a map indicating the affected dwellings).

We wish our elevated property in a 'direct line of sight' of Scott Park, to be included in a more in depth noise level study as recommended by Marshall Day Acoustic for a specialist acoustic consultant in slate park projects'. Their report goes on to say - "we expect the following will be required": Prepare a 3-dimensional computer noise model for the preferred sites to predict noise levels and account for terrain effects. (We hope this would include the hours up to 10pm). (Max DB 4.1 P6 District Plan Standards) Confirm details of maximum extend e.g. likelihood of night activity (we presume this is an 'unsupervised' skate park. (We presume we ring noise control after 10pm)? Assess noise level under the District Plan Standards. (We also presume in the DPS that any noise at night would give consideration of residents having evening noises kept below a certain level to give 'quality of life' taking into account the sun sets in the summer months as late as 9- 9.30pm, when after a day’s work we can expect to have our windows open or be sitting on a patio and to enjoy our chosen particular location.

The report goes on to say - 'night time is usually a critical issue as reduced ambient noise levels provide less masking, dwellings are typically occupied and sleep-disturbance is a significant concern for residents'. (Having lived on this property for 20 years we know how noise travels uphill like it odes in an amphitheatre. We are disappointed that our elevated property was not considered in the preliminary acoustic assessment as we are in a direct line of sight. We are extremely concerned regarding the noise level, the park being unsupervised, and possibly skate boarders cares using their car headlights at nights to continue skate boarding. We are concerned that there will be significantly reduced room for the windsurfers who enjoy the park as much as we enjoy watching them. We are including photos taken from our property of the extent they use the park.

We endorse the recommendation made by MDA for more noise assessment and more detail on how this park would be managed. Thanks for your feedback. The Community Board has the delegation to select a suitable site for a skate park or to not select a site. A more detailed noise assessment will be completed on the preferred suit during the design phase, which will include detailed modelling. Specific measures will be considered during the design of the skate park to mitigate noise, if required. The District Plan noise standards have a different day and night time standards, daytime is between 0700 – 2200 and night-time is 2200 – 0700. We would not expect any night-time use, due to there being no suitable lighting. As per Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) guidelines lighting of parks is discouraged unless it’s an essential designated route. Consideration can be made around locking carparks in the evening to avoid the possibility of people using car head lights to skate. Comment noted around windsurfers and how they use the area.

37 An area far away from residents we are sure could be found. We have never heard that the skate board park located in an industrial area in Moorhouse Avenue is on the wrong site. An ideal site. In conclusion, please include our property on your next acoustic assessment. 258. 12003 2 4 3 1 I believe that Sumner Beach is the best location due to a few reasons. Very accessible and obvious - so that anyone coming into skate can easily identify where it is. Sumner beach is very central to Sumner itself, so the skate park would be close to local businesses and other attraction of Sumner (beach etc.). This doubles as meaning any bad behaviour can easily be seen.

Thanks for your feedback. 259. 12002 2 4 3 1 Summer beach being ideal. Toilets, drink fountain and spacious shade Sumner needs this! Thanks for your feedback. 260. 12001 2 3 4 1 Scott Park is close to mainly a residential area & the potential for noise nuisance is great. Options 1 & 2 are in a more commercial area which I favour Thanks for your feedback. 261. 12000 3 1 4 2 Scott Park's prevailing winds E/NE carry noise up St Andrews Hill in direct line of sight from our property. Scott Park now well used by sail boarders etc. Skate park would create congestion Fast moving traffic & cycling Thanks for your feedback. Comments notes about Scott Park 262. 11999 2 3 1 4 Noise to community Thanks for your feedback. 263. 11998 1 4 3 2 1. Recent usage in this area worked. It is away from housing, highly visible to avoid bad behaviour 2. Least desirable 3. Least desirable 4. On principal how can this site even be considered? If considered (& yet proven otherwise) unsafe for schooling how can it be safe for young people skate boarding? Plus proximity of houses & parking on main road.

Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park, therefore a skate park is possible for this space. Marshall Day Ltd provided high level advice on potential noise of skate park at the four locations and Redcliffs School received a “very good’ rating. 264. 11997 Please select Please select Please select 1 Sumner Beach is already a recreational area, has toilet facilities nearby & isn't too close to residential area.

Thanks for your feedback. 265. 11991 1 3 4 2 Sumner has a large number of active youth who have been waiting for over 18 years for a local skate park. Sumner is a destination location for other young people so 26 Nayland Street makes for a great Village focused destination. 26 Nayland Street adds to the local Community by being centralised in Sumner Village and act as a meeting and socialising area for young people. Sumner has a long history of surfing and skateboarding and this needs to be recognised with a Sumner Skate Park.

With Sumner losing many local assets with the 2011 earthquakes - Sumner Scout Den and Land, Croquet Club, RSA, and local churches, Sumner youth deserve repatriation of the lost Community Value of these Community Owned Assets. A new skate park is a good move forward Thanks for your feedback. 266. 11976 3 2 1 4 Scott Park most accessible to all skate kids in Ferrymead catchment area, located well off the road so less danger to park users accessing site. Can be incorporated into the coastal pathway plan, and kids from Sumner or Redcliffs can use the coastal pathway to access site. Highly visible if any concerns re safety.

Thanks for your feedback.

38 267. 11975 2 3 4 1 Toilets Drinking fountain Close for a swim Open site No nearby buildings to be affected by noise Thanks for your feedback. 268. 11974 2 3 4 1 Distance to Sumner is very important and the Sumner Beach spot offers a quite spot close to town that is open and not hidden Thanks for your feedback. 269. 11973 2 3 4 1 Great position. No noise I believe that Sumner Beach is the best location because it is hidden from neighbours Thanks for your feedback. 270. 11972 1 4 3 2 Sumner Initiated this idea and should be the recipients - there are many young people and its access is good. As a seaside venue another occupation for visitors & residents is an asset. Scott Park - is a rather exposed site but no worse than the proposed Redcliffs School new build area and the old Redcliffs School site cannot be safe if it isn't for the school. The idea of building just in front of the old buildings will be noisy, ugly and to the detriment of elderly residents! Thanks for your feedback.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park, therefore a skate park is possible for this space. The design and layout of the park will be developed through consultation with the community, which will also give an opportunity for the local community to provide feedback around the possible location of skate park if this site was approved. 271. 11971 1 Please select Please select 2 Nayland Street is perfect as it in a high profile community area. Sumner beach good during the day but not in the evening. Scott Park is busy & exposed to the weather. Redcliffs school site can't be safe, otherwise the school would be on that site Thanks for your feedback.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park, therefore a skate park is possible for this space. 272. 11970 2 4 3 1 We as a family like the idea of the connection for youth & surf lifesaving & the beach. There's public toilets, buses & drinking fountains & it’s a good size. It would also get used by younger children on market days & week days. It seems a natural place for it to go. We obviously as a Sumner family like the idea of people coming to Sumner & is another activity to do on the coastal pathway.

Thanks for your feedback. 273. 11969 1 2 4 3 In my opinion, Nayland St is the ideal location for the park. It replaces and amenity sadly lost, it is close to the centre of the village and in there is safe and accessible for the children of all ages who will use it. The other sites listed are either too far away, or in the case of Sumner Beach remove our existing amenity (the bush area) while at the same time exposing the dune area to potential damage and erosion. Thanks for your feedback. 274. 11968 3 1 2 4 I owned Unit 14, Cave Rock, and 11 Marriner St (now demolished) but hope to return when the complex is re-built.

Nayland St - might be too small Redcliffs - It's the most centrally situated and away from houses Scott Park - not too close to houses Sumner Beach - Would spoil the ambience of the beach & seaside suburb Thanks for your feedback. 275. 11967 3 4 1 2 Skate Parks have NO place in ANY residential area. They attract both graffiti & litter & undesirables. Thanks for your feedback.

39 4. Redcliffs School Site - If unsafe for school why safe for skaters?? CCC may have legal right to devalue residents adjacent (it will) but do you have moral or ethical right to do so? Have we not had enough w. years of fighting to keep school & being almost on quake epicentre w. years of shaking & fighting w. EQC? I.e. Not fair w. should have to fight again. 2. Re Sumner Beach - again should this attractive, natural area - which gives pleasure to hundreds, be tarnished w. all undesirable aspects that skate parks attract? 3. Nayland St seems to offer an area upon which a skate Park would have the least negative impact combined w. suitable requirements.

There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. If this site was to be selected as suitable for skate there would be suitable space available. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 276. 11966 3 1 2 4 The former Redcliffs School site is more central than the other sites, is larger, will not result in undue noise for residents and is easily accessible with adequate parking available.

Both Nayland Street & Sumner Beach sites are small and are not central. Scott Park is also not central & may result in difficulties of access & safety. Sumner Beach would deprive both residents with a sea view & visitors to the beach of an otherwise uncluttered beach & sea view & in noise disturbance to an otherwise tranquil environment. 2nd Submission Based on the criteria set out, the old Redcliffs School site appears to be the best option. This site is close to the centre of the area from which skate boarders will come; there should be minimal disturbance to residents & car parking will not be a problem. Furthermore, the cost to Council should not be great.

None of the other sites is central. Scott Park will be difficult to access & there may also be safety issues. Both Sumner Beach & Nayland Street sites are small & not at all central. Sumner Beach will also be a noise nuisance for those on the Sumner fore-shore - including the rebuilt Cave Rock Courts complex Thanks for your feedback. 277. 11965 4 2 1 3 I dislike the graffiti and lack of respect for the surrounding committee that often happens in skate parks around New Zealand. Sumner is a place of beauty & a popular tourist destination for people and their pets to relax & unwind & I personally think a skate park in the area is not in keeping with the ambience that it currently has Thanks for your feedback. 278. 11964 1 2 4 3 1. Already been skate bowls etc. across road, not much can go there apart from maybe car parking??

2. School obviously isn't going back, there is sports park at Barnett park, so skate park at Redcliffs would be nice alternative. 3. Too crowded on a small road, and sand blow into the skate park no one will use it because sand will stuff the bearings. 4. Too much traffic with too many kids close to the road. Most kids will be dropped off to skate park if it was located at Scott Park, would be a nightmare for road congestion so close to Ferrymead bridge intersection. Thanks for your feedback. Yes the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan indicated car parking at 20/24/26 Nayland Street under project P4.3B.

The Sports field that are at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to the Old School Site and there would be space available for a skate park. Comments around traffic at Scott Park have been noted.

40 279. 11963 Please select Please select Please select 1 Firstly - no description of what a skate park is. 1. Sumner Beach - this will be closer to passers-by, family’s at beach to ensure a safer, more community use. 2. Nayland has similar advantages as 1 above but likely to be too small and upset adjacent neighbours now or in future development. 3. Redcliffs - this will require users and carers to make a special visit, at least this has been a regular 'bus stop' for pupils these last 7 years.

4. Scott Park - this could become and 'industrial-scale' skate park like Moorhouse/Waltham. Note - the success of the first "pop up" skate ramp on Sumner Green (now under library) was parents/carers could stay close with young users - SAFE Thanks for your feedback. The skate park will be designed with the community and will complement the existing environment. Details around size and scale will be determined when a site is selected, but it will be of similar size/scale to other local skate parks in Christchurch. The table included in the public information leaflet gave example of similar sized facilities. Comments round temporary ramp noted.

280. 11962 1 4 3 2 Nayland St is close to the Village and gets good passive surveillance, won’t affect residents, makes good use of a site that would otherwise be wasted Thanks for your feedback. The Sumner Village Centre Master Plan indicated car parking at 20/24/26 Nayland Street under project P4.3B 281. 11961 1 3 4 3 26 Nayland Street - Central location with least housing and a commercial zone Thanks for your feedback. 282. 11938 1 2 4 3 Nayland Street because it's in the centre of Sumner and I like the idea of having it at the heart of the Village. It would be the closest point for most Sumner residents.

Redcliffs comes 2nd because my heart goes out for what the school went through after the earthquake and I also think it is a great spot for Redcliff residents. Sumner Beach is kind of a cool idea but it seems it would be tucked away, which could cause all sort of troubles. Same with Ferrymead spot. It's pretty far away for people living either in Sumner or Redcliffs, especially the Kids. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around Sumner Beach and Scott Park being tucked away. 283. 11937 1 3 4 2 Most sheltered spot, also brings vibrancy to the Sumner Village. Great for the local kids and visitors alike.

Thanks for your feedback. 284. 11936 1 4 3 2 We are local family for surfers and skaters and feel it is an ideal location with skating and surfing so dominant in our community within sumner.it will help keep local kids entertained and provide a healthy activity for local youth. However any parks within easy reach will be a bonus Thanks for your feedback. 285. 11919 1 4 4 4 Thanks for your feedback. 286. 11918 3 1 2 4 I do not want a skate park in Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 287. 11917 3 1 2 4 I am completely opposed to any skate park and have ranked them in this order as I do not want a skate park anywhere near Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback. 288. 11916 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 289. 11915 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 290. 11914 1 3 4 2 Having lived in Sumner for the last 16 years I have seen and experienced how important a sense of community is to everyday life. This was particularly highlighted post-earthquake when I saw the success of the "Village Green" area that sprung up on the site of the old Sumner Town Hall and Library. The skate ramp was a focal point for all ages - from the young children with their parents and grandparents who supervised them, through to 30 + year olds who still clearly love to skate. I was intrigued how well all the ramp users interacted, from teaching tricks to helping those who had taken a tumble.

Thanks for your feedback.

41 I feel Sumner as a resort and surfing destination would benefit greatly from a ramp in either of the 2 two sites proposed. But I think the best of all worlds is achieved with the Nayland Street location due to the additional communal benefits of its central village location. As an Architect friend of mine says (often..) "Community is the opportunity for chance encounter". The Nayland Street site best offers that opportunity. 291. 11913 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 292. 11912 1 Please select Please select 2 Both sites have their merits (I would not even consider the others) but I think the 26 Nayland St is the strongest. It is the most sheltered and would make a great addition to the community life in the village.

Thanks for your feedback. 293. 11911 1 4 4 4 I have been a resident in Sumner for 36 years and the skateboard debate has been going for that long. My children have missed out on enjoying a skate ramp and I want current and future generations to have access to this recreational activity. A decision needs to be made now and the Nayland St is the best site for accessibility to facilities and within view of the public. Thanks for your feedback. 294. 11910 1 3 4 2 I like the Nayland St site as it is away from the busy road and near the community centre. I feel it needs to be in Sumner as it's close to the beach/surf and can be used as a double destination. It would also benefit the community as money will also be potentially spent locally at shops/cafes from out of Sumner visitors whereas the other sites are away from village shops etc. Thanks for your feedback.

295. 11909 2 4 3 1 Sumner is the best location as it is closer to the actual demand for a skate park. Redcliffs School location has the one of the oldest populations so less demand for a skate park. Scott park is also too far from the actual demand for a skate park. The favourable acoustic (noise) report from Marshall Day is flawed as it only looks at the skate park noise and NOT the associated noise from traffic and car park. Redcliffs School car park that would cater for the skate park is right adjacent to my property and bedrooms. With the majority of people who would use the skate park located in Sumner that would mean most parents would have to drive to the skate park in order to use it. The Coastal Pathway is not close enough and parents would not allow younger kids to walk or scoot to this location, therefore driving is the only viable option. This point has been completely overlooked by Marshall Day and unfair in its representation as a professional report.

Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. The existing car park will be part of the new park. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. If Redcliffs Park was to be the preferred location for a skate facility further noise assessments will be completed during design to ensure that the skate park complies with the noise standards in the District Plan.

296. 11908 1 4 3 2 the Nayland St spot is close to all the shops and is out of the way of the road and houses Thanks for your feedback. 297. 11907 1 3 4 2 Local community place for Sumner skaters, highly visible, lots of people able to see it and enjoy watching and participating. A safe place to go after school. Thanks for your feedback. 298. 11905 2 3 4 1 I believe the location near the beach and surf lifesaving club to be the best for the following reasons - - back from the road - lots of people around - not many homes in close vicinity I would also support the Nayland St location for similar reasons. My understanding was that Old Redcliffs School site was to become Football grounds - replacing those lost with the relocation of the new school at Redcliffs Park. For our family the Scott Park location would not be handy or easy for our children to get to. Thanks for your feedback.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. Comments noted around Scott Park

42 299. 11904 1 3 4 2 1. Away from beach, local shops will benefit from increased numbers of visitors Thanks for your feedback. 300. 11903 1 3 4 2 Sumner really needs a local skate park given the young community there. This would be a focal point for the community and a very positive activity for the young people. Thanks for your feedback. 301. 11902 1 3 4 2 There is good visibility at the Nayland St site. Good for security and safety Thanks for your feedback. 302. 11901 1 3 4 2 Our Children need a safe and accessible skate park.

The location is easily accessible to, shops, facilities like toilets and a bus stop. The location is an easy first choice with the combination of sheltered, shaded and background Sumner setting. It dovetails with the village green and the Sumner Centre. There is open visibility and distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres with good acoustics, minimising any impact for local residents and businesses. Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 303. 11900 1 3 4 2 I think that Sumner is the best place to put it because it is where most of the skateboarders live and the half pipe was taken away.

Thanks for your feedback. 304. 11898 1 Please select Please select 2 This is something Sumner young people will use and it needs to be in our neighbourhood so it is accessible for younger kids without using busy road etc. Thanks for your feedback. 305. 11897 2 3 4 1 Skating and scootering by the beach would be amazing! People could travel to Ferrymead, then take the Coastal Path to Sumner and have a blast when they got there. The previous skate ramp in Sumner was good - this would be even better. I think Sumner is the best place for the skate park.

Thanks for your feedback. 306. 11896 1 3 4 2 I would like to see a skate board site within the Sumner community to give young people another opportunity to come together and follow their interests. I like the high visibility of the site. Thanks for your feedback. 307. 11895 1 4 3 2 Sumner has a lot of local children and teens who skate, and also as a village we get a lot of kids from all over CHCH who come to Sumner to socialise and surf, whether by bike or bus or car it’s a destination where they gather. The temporary ramp was a big success and was very popular and well utilised and it is missed. It will be great to have a temporary ramp in place again soon but we really look forward to a permanent solution in Sumner. As far as utilisation I believe it is much more likely to be used more in Sumner than in any of the other proposed Redcliffs or Ferrymead sites so the investment will be better and more worthwhile too.

Thanks for your feedback. The temporary ramp has been recently opened and will be available for use until a permanent solution is found. 308. 11890 3 2 1 4 Think the Ferrymead location is a great chance to encourage skaters/bikers to use the new bike path to get to the park. I also think it is a good location for minimising noise disruption and would be nice for the skaters to be near the water. This area also doesn't currently seem to be utilised as much as other proposed sites. Thanks for your feedback. 309. 11889 1 3 4 2 Nayland St would be a great connection to the Community Centre and bring potential business to the area. Also frees up the beach to keep it looking natural and clean.

Thanks for your feedback. 310. 11880 1 3 4 2 I support the position of 'Sumner Skate and Green' and believe the Nayland street site represents a unique opportunity for the Sumner Community to develop a multi-use area outdoor area adjacent to the village centre. Thanks for your feedback. 311. 11879 2 3 4 1 Best to be away from residential and business areas but good to be in well-lit places. If it’s near the surf club the noise won’t affect people. Thanks for your feedback. As per CPTED guidelines lighting of parks is discouraged unless it’s an essential designated route. For this project, lighting will not be provided, as Council do not want to promote night time use of this space.

312. 11877 1 3 4 2 Local Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 313. 11876 1 4 3 2 Access for Sumner community. Thanks for your feedback. 314. 11874 1 3 4 2 Sumner local Thanks for your feedback. 315. 11872 1 2 3 4 I am totally opposed to the Sumner Beach location as I consider green open coastal space an increasingly rare resource worth protecting. This site opposite the "village sign" conveys a first Thanks for your feedback.

43 impression for visitors entering Sumner. To keep it as an open space park that can be used for recreation (such as picnics or the weekly Sunday market) is much preferable to installing a "hard" surface structure in a semi-natural environment. The 26 Nayland Street site seems to me the most preferable site as it is 1) located close to take away shops and the youth club frequented by teenagers - this area is where they tend to hang out anyway - so a great location. 2) The site adjacent to the library keeps community activities and educational resources in close proximity 3) the youth should have a CENTRAL village facility rather than being at tucked away somewhere on the urban margin 4) the site is visually stunning yet currently not utilised.

Comments noted around Sumner Beach and 26 Nayland Street. 316. 11871 1 4 4 2 Nayland St site is convenient but not too intrusive. Thanks for your feedback. 317. 11868 1 3 4 2 Access - for Sumner kids to get there safely and independently and/or to be there while the family shops etc. Safety/visibility - in good view of the community and next to the doctors! Behaviour more easily monitored. Relatively sheltered - more likely to get used at all times. Part of the community hub Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around 26 Nayland Street. 318. 11867 1 3 4 2 It would be great to give young people something to do in the centre of Sumner. Thanks for your feedback. 319. 11866 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback.

320. 11865 1 2 3 4 Think Nayland Street best as close to everything and easy access , transport x shops Thanks for your feedback. 321. 11863 1 3 4 2 After reading the various pros/cons, I consider 26 Nayland the best site. Siting the facility outside of Sumner means the large catchment of children living in Sumner won't have easy access to the facility. Nor will the facility be of benefit to the businesses of Sumner should it be sited outside of Sumner. As with any beach side suburb around the world, a skate facility is considered a must- have. Just like there is a paddling pool for the pre-schoolers, for example. Thanks for your feedback.

322. 11862 3 2 4 1 Sumner beach preferred because it will leave the centre of Sumner more peaceful Thanks for your feedback. 323. 11861 3 2 1 4 I think Sumner is already too busy and has the beach areas for activities and good school playgrounds and a community centre plus, lifesaving clubs, rugby, football and tennis and cricket clubs to join. Ferrymead needs to have some attractions for young people as well and to help balance the visitors to a range of areas. Sumner is being spoilt by the sheer number of visitors, amounts of rubbish and traffic trying to get in and out of the suburb with limited access roads.

A skate park would, I believe, just add to this negatively. Let's give other suburbs close by a chance to be attractive to young people as well and close enough for youth to travel over there from nearby suburbs like Sumner and Redcliffs and Linwood and Woolston. Places who do not have a beach close by would benefit greatly from a skate park. Sumner has so many natural attributes for the young and old. Let's give other suburbs a chance to shine and offer them new amenities especially for their teens Thanks for your feedback.

Demand for a skate facility in the Bays Area has been acknowledged since the year 2000 (this consultation has provided examples of requests from 1989). The Linwood-Central- Heathcote Community Board have committed to this process by requesting staff to investigate possible sites for a skate park in the Bays Area. The decision to approve a site or not will be made by the Community Board in the near future with all submitters receiving information around a meeting date with members of the public having the opportunity to speak at this meeting The Skateboarding, Inline Skating and Freestyle BMX Cycling Strategy (2004) also notes a gap in provision of skate facilities in the Sumner area.

The closest CCC skate park to the Bays Area can be found at Waltham Park, Linwood Park, Cypress Garden Reserve, Wainoni Park, Thompson Park, Oxford Street Reserve (Lyttelton) and Washington Way Reserve.

44 324. 11860 2 3 4 1 325. 11859 2 3 1 4 They are all acceptable. Scott Park is currently wasted space. There is good bus access and excellent bike and skateboard access. But it is windy and exposed and would require some landscaping and shelter. Sumner needs a skate park also though and Nayland Street is better than the coastal site as the dune environment should be preserved as much as possible. Redcliffs Park should be used to rebuild the school, but failing that it is needed for playing fields and has significant mature trees that should not be removed. However if the school has to move to the other side of the road and if the playing fields and trees can be accommodated then this would also be an excellent site.

326. 11858 1 3 4 2 I like the idea of the skate park being in the village green and central to the activities of the village. It will also be a safe place for kids. Thanks for your feedback. 327. 11857 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 328. 11856 1 4 3 2 I live in Sumner so naturally I'd like it close as possible Thanks for your feedback. 329. 11855 2 1 4 3 A skate park is only a useful asset to a community if the community can access it. Until the Coastal Pathway is completed between Redcliffs and Sumner there is no safe way for skaters in either suburb to access the other (bus fare structure makes it very expensive for very short trips such as this). This means that skate facilities are required in both Redcliffs and Sumner (it's not clear who would access Scott Park, are kids realistically expected to skate down from Mt Pleasant hill or several KM from the Heathcote, Redcliffs and Sumner catchments?). If funding only exists for one skate park, then Redcliffs has the greatest catchment and is most centrally located in the bays.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around the Coastal Pathway and access to facilities. 330. 11854 1 3 4 2 Ferrymead and Redcliffs locations are too far to travel for our kids and will still leave Sumner kids without a skate park Thanks for your feedback. 331. 11853 1 3 4 2 Nayland street is unused green space land and best suited Thanks for your feedback. 332. 11851 1 3 4 2 1, 26 Nayland street is in the heart of our community. Children will be in view and will be accessible on foot for all ages.

2, Sumner beach this is very misleading to put this as an option? There is no way that if this is the choice it will pass? It's already been considered and the surf club strongly opposed it? I don't want to be going through another submission process in 3 years’ time please!!!! 3, Redcliffs, not ideal as we really want a facility in our community that we can walk too. 4, Well, kind of a joke to put this as an option when the Sumner community asked for a skate park in their village? Option number one ticks all the boxes and I'll look forward to my son being able to use it in a couple of years’ time :-) Thanks for your feedback The Community Board requested staff to prepare a report investigating the possibility of suitable locations for permanent skate facilities in the Bays Area (Ferrymead to Sumner), the report analysed all publicly owned land in the Bays Area against site selection criteria to come up with four potential site. We have asked the community to rank these four sites. 333. 11850 1 3 4 2 Well I think it is a great idea to put the skate park in the Sumner village area because it is in the middle of Sumner and the site is easy accessible from all around Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback. 334. 11849 1 3 4 2 This is close to where the old skate park was & out worked well for all in the community. I think Scott park is too far for the children to get to. Sumner beach would also be another good option Thanks for your feedback. 335. 11848 1 Please select Please select 2 The Nayland Street site is safe and visible. Thanks for your feedback. 336. 11847 1 3 4 2 Sumner is an ideal place, both for a growing youth population and for visiting skateboarders (it has the amenities they need, whereas the other locations don't). I would rather keep skateboarders away from the beach areas as it would spoil the aesthetic appeal somewhat, but would prefer to keep it in Sumner, as my second choice.

Thanks for your feedback.

45 337. 11845 1 4 3 2 The issue has been raised by Sumner skaters for a skate park local to Sumner. It has to be somewhere that young people can skate to- it isn't viable or safe for them to skate to Redcliffs. That is not to say that Redcliffs doesn't deserve facilities of its own but that's a completely separate issue Thanks for your feedback. 338. 11844 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 339. 11843 1 3 4 2 We need something central for our Sumner youth. The Redcliffs and Ferrymead options are too far away for our local kids. The Nayland Street site is away from neighbours who would be affected by noise and it is also out of the way of the natural beauty of the beach. I don't agree with a skate park on the beachfront but this is my second option as I want something to be in Sumner for the kids here. The Nayland Street site is also visible enough that this would dissuade troublemakers.

Thanks for your feedback. 340. 11842 1 3 4 2 Nayland St is best location Central. Highly visible. Noise levels good Toilets nearby. Shops Near the new proposed village green. Best for all. Want the skate park to stay in summer. No point it bring in another suburb Sumner and Redcliffs kids can use it before and after school Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 341. 11823 3 1 4 2 Redcliffs School site has a high catchment of children within walking distance. It is also SAFE inside the boundary area and has had all the rock fall reports done. It could be built quickly here and at lower cost, and the skate park would be visible from the Main Road which is important for safety.

Scott Park makes sense for being away from neighbours, but it's too far from any realistic catchment of children for them to be able to get there regularly, and too isolated. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around the old Redcliffs School site. 342. 11822 1 Please select Please select 2 Sumner needs a skate part that the Sumner children can access without negotiating that very busy road to Redcliffs. Sumner has many more children in its community than Redcliffs. It makes complete sense to locate the park there where they can use it before school. Thanks for your feedback.

343. 11817 3 4 1 2 Ferrymead is very local and feeds more suburbs Thanks for your feedback. 344. 11808 1 2 4 3 1. 1. Good drop off parking by new library centre. 2. Much work already completed nearby to remedy cliff face. 3. near shops, buses, food outlets 4. Council is experienced in rock fall, asbestos problems, roading, zebra crossings 5. Near school, bus, Mall, medical centre, pharmacy 2. 1. Redcliffs children deserve a new consideration - this would be great for them 2. Zebra crossing nearby 3. Near to shops, food outlets, Mall, buses 4 New school could incorporate a skate park in site 3. No comment 4. No comment Thanks for your feedback CCC’s Draft Long Term Plan 2018 – 2028 has the following project included. Project ID 43662 – Skate Facility Development Sumner to Ferrymead 2018/19 $20,000 2019/2020 $102,000 2020/2021 $418,000

46 NB: Who will pay? Public/Public CCC or joint payment? Are any costs available pro term? 345. 11807 1 3 4 2 I think the Skate Park would be best in the centre of the village where it is more easily observed & more social for everyone with good facilities, and infrastructure already available and also for safety reasons. There tends to be more noise and more activity in this area in any great mitigating noise factors etc. Sumner Beach site 2nd choice for reasons as above. Scott Park and Redcliffs School site were out of the way but Redcliffs better as closer to Redcliffs Village Centre Thanks for your feedback. 346. 11806 4 1 2 3 1. Redcliffs school would cater for a much wider community. Has plenty of space for off street parking and if other outdoor facilities are put there as previously mentioned for the children this would be perfect. Could also put a roundabout access way. 2. Also a great area although not as big perhaps. Also would service the wider community. 3. Although a good spot it is closer to houses and potential new apartment. Too busy an area via the beach, not enough parking as it is. A small skate space.

4. To close to residential & noise would bounce off cliffs as it did when across the road Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 4. Timber ramps are nosier than concrete skate parks. If the Community approve a site for a skate facility in the Bays Area, Marshall Day will complete further noise assessments of the skate design to ensure the facility is compliant with the District Plan noise standards. 347. 11805 2 3 1 4 Scott Park by far the best site. Skate Park here wouldn't be an inconvenience to anyone. Would seem 26 Nayland St is not able to be used for anything else. From that point alone site may work.

I'm ever hopeful this Ministry of Education will see the error of its ways in trying to relocate the school!! A Skate Park on Sumner Beach, I feel would attract an unwanted element to this beautiful seaside area i.e. A blot on the landscape Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

348. 11804 4 1 3 2 Nayland Street (4) - In addition to the challenges identified by the assessment team there are additional traffic hazard, after hour’s noise, and site constraint issues. Furthermore, any Sumner location is off-centre for the Bays area necessitating greater travel distances for the majority of users. Scott Park (3) - This location suffers from the prevailing cold and strong easterly and this will not only make the site unattractive to users but the wind will impact on the ability of users to safely jump/land on the proposed features. There is also potential for traffic on Main Road to be distracted and unlike the Washington Way skate park where vehicles are frequently stopped at the intersection the traffic on Main Road will be merging at speed.

Sumner Beach (2) - This location has potential but the adjacent toilets and Surf Club are likely to suffer from litter and petty vandalism in the same way that the businesses surrounding the Washington Way skate park suffer. As mentioned previously, Sumner locations are off-centre. Old Redcliffs School (1) - This central location has much to commend it. I cannot think of any challenges other than the minor archaeological one already assessed. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted. 349. 11803 4 1 2 3 1. Redcliffs School is ideal as has a larger area for this park. It has been a place where noise has not been an issue with previously a school. I don't see an issue with car parking and it can be a larger skate park.

Thanks for your feedback. 2. At Scott Park there is space for a medium to large skate facility e.g. Sheldon Park

47 2. Also a great area but unsure of size. Parking could be an issue. 3. A small spot, already congested in the area when public come to beach, so traffic issues. Noise issues to residents and not forgetting that this area is still not fully redeveloped since the 2011 quakes. 4. Too close to residents & noise bounces around the neighbourhood as was previously limited parking 4. Timber ramps are nosier than concrete skate parks. If the Community approve a site for a skate facility in the Bays Area, Marshall Day will complete further noise assessments of the skate design to ensure the facility is compliant with the District Plan noise standards. 350. 11801 3 4 2 1 1. Sumner Beach. Easily accessible good parking - other facilities nearby away from residential. Good shelter.

2. Scott Park. Good access and parking. Good use of vacant land. Away from residences 3. 26 Nayland Street. Would have been ideal but limited area 4. Redcliffs School Site. If unsafe for school children unsafe for skaters alongside very busy road nearby residence. An impediment to other potential activities Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. How users get to and from the site safely will be part of the design considerations.

351. 11800 1 Please select Please select 2 public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 352. 11798 2 3 4 1 The beach and Nayland St are both really convenient for locals. The beach would be ideal for users who wish to have a surf and skate in the same outing.

Thanks for your feedback 353. 11797 1 3 4 2 Creates a focus point for the village; makes it more visible for all to see and be involved; more inclusive; part of the business community Thanks for your feedback. 354. 11795 1 Please select 2 3 The Redcliffs School site should continue to be used by the School. It is sited on the highest point in Redcliffs. It is ridiculous to relocate the School to a flood zone. Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

355. 11793 2 1 3 4 1 The Redcliffs site is central for Ferrymead to Sumner. Sheltered. Spacious. 2 Nayland St. is close to the old Sumner skate park site. Sheltered. I don't understand how it gets a good acoustic rating, though. 3 Scott Park seems too open and wind swept. Spacious. 4 Sumner flood management zone just seems to be asking for trouble. There were bad floods in Sumner some years ago. Thanks for your feedback Comments noted 356. 11792 2 1 3 4 The Redcliffs School site is easily accessible and central to the Ferrymead area. No close neighbours. Public area near to Main Road.

The Nayland Street site is less accessible from Mount Pleasant area. Some closer neighbours. Public area near to shops. Thanks for your feedback. Comment noted around wind at Scott Park and storm water area at Sumner Beach.

48 Scott Park is less desirable because it is quite open to wind. Good because of few close neighbours and public area. On foreshore, which is a negative. Sumner Beach is not desirable because the foreshore which is a drainage area and should be kept in vegetation. Not as public an area which is not desirable. Noise would go up nearby cliff to neighbours. 357. 11791 2 1 4 3 The Redcliffs site offers a bigger area. The park can be located away from the cliff but also away from the street and neighbouring houses, the park can also make use of some of the already existing facilities e.g. car park.

Thanks for your feedback 358. 11789 1 3 4 2 Young people (and their parents) in Sumner have for over a decade pushed for a local Skate Park. In 2004 it was confirmed by Council as a need. Local people want a local skate park. Nayland St is the best site because of its distance from neighbours, easy to see by passing traffic, central, sunny and sheltered, good acoustics, close to bus stop and public toilets. It is in the middle of the village and would breathe further life into this community. Thanks for your feedback.

359. 11788 1 3 4 2 Closest to village centre. If one of the options outside of Sumner is chosen, then a smaller skate park/ramp should be installed in Sumner. Thanks for your feedback. 360. 11787 1 3 4 2 Nayland Street is close to village centre, and future village green project, allows parents to supervise children from a distance and is high visibility so should reduce antisocial behaviour. Sumner beach is second best option but risk to sand dunes is high, exposed to wind from east and no local businesses for parents.

If Redcliffs or Ferrymead chosen, smaller ramp in Sumner should still go ahead as from earlier consultations this is the community driving the project. Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. 361. 11782 1 3 4 2 Nayland is most accessible site being central to village. Most visible with high level of people WALKING past so get great engagement between all generations of the community. Most practical location already having toilets, shops, shade, away from wind / sand. Easy for local kids to access but also all the Bay kids and Christchurch families as Sumner is on a great bus route and a fabulous destination / day trip out with something for all members of the family to do. A skate park fits well within this surfing skating beach community and the temporary ramp proved it was well used by locals and visitors alike of all ages in this location. I’d love to support a skate park in Redcliffs and Sumner but as I have to choose my preferred site I strongly feel Sumner Nayland Street will see best use, with highest benefit to maximum number of kids / youth. I think Nayland is more sheltered so most practical. Thank you.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted about possible support for a site in Redcliffs but preference for Sumner first. 362. 11781 2 1 4 3 Sumner is very convenient with bus routes and It will be very pleasant place to have a skate park with the already existing community. Thanks for your feedback 363. 11777 1 3 4 2 The Nayland Street option is close to existing infrastructure like library, bus stop, cafes etc. Not only local kids would benefit, but also visitors would have another attraction to use when visiting Sumner. Sumner village needs a focal point and the ramp would give that. Nayland street is certainly preferred over the Sumner beach option (less wind, sand etc.). Thanks for your feedback.

Comments noted around sand/wind at Sumner Beach. 364. 11772 3 4 2 1 1. Sumner Beach is the most logical site, as it already receives large public attendance year round and has plenty of car parking and other activities for families. The space being considered is currently underutilised and it would bring a positive & vibe to the community. 2. Scott Park seems a reasonable alternative and unlikely to impact on locals 'too' much. There is already a carpark and the area is used by the existing club on-site regularly (so often has public attendance). The noise is less likely to bounce off the hills in that location which, would be a bigger impact for the remaining two sites.

3. Nayland Street - option is good as it is close to the Sumner Hub and would bring an additional reason for families to visit Sumner - even in the Winter. However, the noise may bounce off the cliff behind which could disrupt neighbours, more than the engineering report has initially indicated. 4. Redcliffs school site is not a suitable location, this location would impose considerable noise on ALL people living nearby, and I would suggest it has been very highly underestimated how much Thanks for your feedback The Sumner Beach space is currently a storm water basin and the Coastal Pathway will be coming through this space alongside the surf lifesaving club. If this site was to be selected, storm water requirements would be included in the design.

If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. If this site was selected by the Community Board as suitable for a skate park, there would be suitable space available.

49 noise echoes off the cliff face. The possibility of a larger park makes this even more likely, and I believe it would ruin the serenity of this lovely area. Also, it may encourage unwanted youths - late night activities - as a place to meet and hang out. As a resident I can confirm that there are occasions when youths have attempted to reach the 'tree-hut' late at night. This not only is disruptive to the whole family, but can be a little intimidating. I would not want to deal with riled-up youths, or worse youths that may be drunk There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

365. 11771 4 2 1 3 1. A skate park should be large which eliminates Nayland St & Sumner Beach 2. A fence does not eliminate noise. We know this from hard experience. It would have a detrimental effect on homes & shops in Nayland St & Wakefield Avenue and destroy the peace of Sumner Beach. The beach is the heart of the area - sea, sand & coastal pathway which would be ruined. 3. Either Scott Park or Redcliffs School site are more appropriate and would be easier to develop. Cost should be considered here Thanks for your feedback. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards.

Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day (appendix 2 of Opus Report). Barriers that provide line-of-sight screening between a receiver and all points of a skate park facility can achieve a noise reduction of around 5 dB Where barriers are placed close to a facility or receiver (such as boundary fences), higher reductions are achievable. Solid barriers and in some cases, earth bunds can be used. Comments noted around cost for Scott Park and the old Redcliffs School site. 366. 11770 Please select Please select Please select 1 We like the idea of plenty of adult company around or nearby the young ones. They are also entertaining to watch - some very skilled manoeuvres on skate boards. Beach combers, walkers, surfers & holiday people would be entertained. We own an apartment in Thanks for your feedback. 367. 11769 1 3 4 2 1. More likely to be used & handy to amenities 2. Also handy to amenities 3. Distraction on Main Road & noise to neighbours 4. Too busy at times with yacht club & w/surfers & cycle way & coastal pathway. Access by motor vehicles not the best Thanks for your feedback. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards.

Comments noted around Scott Park. 368. 11768 2 3 4 1 1. Sumner Beach is away from houses. Safer from a traffic point of view. Low noise impact. Accessible 4. Scott Park too far away - traffic hazards are significant for users to get there Thanks for your feedback. 369. 11767 Please select Please select 1 Please select It is unused - is away from any business or resident areas that could be affected by the noise - gathering of young people. Amble parking. Can't accept the park can be located on Nayland St or Redcliffs School if these are unsuitable for school or business.

Sumner Beach is busy especially in Sumner so don't need to add to the traffic/rubbish/parking issues Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. Nayland Street – this site would require rock fall protection as mentioned in the Opus Report and consultation documents.

370. 11766 1 2 4 3 1. Sheltered from southerlies & protected from easterlies by new buildings. Less housing close by - less traffic 2. Wide open space - less traffic - flat ground Thanks for your feedback. Comments notes around Scott Park.

50 3. Less space but good location with beach close by 4. Traffic flow with dual lane right beside the park - too busy an area for this. Cold winds off the Estuary. Congestion would occur with people coming in & out of the park with 2 lane busy traffic 371. 11765 1 2 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 372. 11764 4 2 3 1 Sumner Beach Site - is best as it concentrates sport based activities near beach / sea, affects least number of houses. Area underutilised. Part of Coastal walk. 26 Nayland - is too valuable as a future Village Green, social space to enhance activities in village Scott Park - Too isolated Redcliffs School - Should still be a school! Thanks for your feedback.

20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

373. 11763 2 3 4 1 Replacement skate facilities for Sumner should be in Sumner - outside Sumner will encourage excess car usage, and make the park less accessible for those who need transport. It would become a positive focal point / hub for kids of all ages. Sumner beach would become an iconic location and another draw card to boost local business Thanks for your feedback. 374. 11750 1 3 4 2 Location at Nayland St is the only place in my eyes for the community skate park so that it may be enjoyed by all families and visitors to the village. If successful at this site, I see it of great value to make the empty sites available beside the proposed ramp as a community green and give back Sumner village a focal point to which it so desperately needs and lacks. E.g. I have recently seen this done in Kaikoura Township where containers have been put in place where the old pub stood in the main street. This now gives the Kaikoura village a more friendly and pleasant feeling when walking through to see people enjoying themselves actively.

Benefiting this location would be all the local businesses, when folk would like to eat and drink while playing. Parents could relax in the new community centre or watch out of the library window while their children enjoy their new playground. As a parent of a very active 16 year old boy who loves to surf and skate, would like the thought of being able to drive or walk past and see my child playing with his friends in a local safe environment where lighting is good and more people are about to watch over them. If placed up by the surf club it would be more subjected to driving winds from the beach and sand etc.

The other 2 sites are not a question for me as I understand all the work to drive this skate park has come from Sumner residence and should be granted their wish to have it located in the village which so desperately needs young people to be proud of their village and community for now and the future generations. Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. Comments noted around sand and wind at Sumner Beach. The Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board resolved on 27 February for staff to investigate suitable locations for a permanent skate facility in the Bays Area (Ferrymead to Sumner), which is why the old Redcliffs School site and Scott Park have been included. 375. 11749 1 2 4 3 I think Nayland street would be a very good spot because most of the skateboarders/scooter rides live in Sumner but the one downside is the size. I think Redcliffs school would be good because it could be a big skate park. I think the Sumner beach wouldn't be very good because it would be very small. I think Scott Park wouldn't be a good place because of all the sand and it’s very far away from anyone’s houses and it’s also super far away from any shops. Thanks for your feedback Have noted your comments around skate park size. 376. 11748 1 3 4 2 A park at Nayland Street will give a much needed boast to the vibrancy of Sumner Village and more active recreational space. Great location of kids to hang out while parents shop or eat in Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback.

51 The benefits of a skate park at 26 Nayland St: central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses 377. 11746 1 3 4 2 There are already a massive number of skaters in Sumner just waiting for this to happen. Sumner makes a great destination for others to come to, have a skate and enjoy all that the village offers. Thanks for your feedback.

378. 11745 2 1 4 3 More central for all users. More open area, further away from residents. Less likely to get noise complaints. Thanks for your feedback. 379. 11742 1 3 4 2 I believe that children in Sumner need a safe and reliable place to go to catch up with friends and pursue a sport that they love. 26 Nayland Street, Sumner is therefore the best place for this to happen as it is well monitored by the public, is a safe place for children to go. Thanks for your feedback. 380. 11741 1 4 3 2 Thanks for your feedback. 381. 11740 1 3 4 2 Local young & older Sumner skaters need to be in our community in a safe visible environment - where they can interact with the community and everyone can look out for each other - This location would bond the centre of our village with its proximity to shops and local business and the heart of our community.

Thanks for your feedback. 382. 11738 1 3 4 2 Nayland St is best for the local school community of skaters, and convenient for parents as well Thanks for your feedback. 383. 11737 1 Please select Please select Please select As a direct neighbour of this site I think it is an excellent choice. Thanks for your feedback. 384. 11736 1 4 3 2 Most suitable for access for Sumner residents, less disturbance to residential properties, is part of the hub of Sumner village. Thanks for your feedback. 385. 11735 1 Please select Please select 2 Central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop Good use of this land Thanks for your feedback. 386. 11734 1 Please select Please select 2 Great to have the kids in town, a part of the fabric of the village Thanks for your feedback. 387. 11733 1 3 4 2 The skate park needs to be in Sumner for easy access as well as adding to the community spirits. It is important that it is right in the heart of Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback. 388. 11731 3 1 2 4 There is a huge gap for the Redcliffs children for their after school recreation. Before the Redcliffs Supermarket was rebuilt on that site we had a scooter park for the children which was hugely popular, run by volunteers. This would be great for the Redcliffs children as they have had such a huge disruption after being displaced from the former school site which they have dealt with so well, hugely proud of them Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around the scooter park that use to operate at the Redcliffs New World site.

389. 11730 2 1 4 3 1. Redcliffs School - Substantial area of land suitable for a large skate park. Park could be situated well away from the busy main road for the safety of the children/ Space for a large car park and bicycle stands. Shelter from the easterly wind. Toilet facilities on site in old school building. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around Scott Park and water sports.

52 2. Nayland Street - Central Sumner situation for ease of access. Low traffic density, providing safety for children. Close to shops for refreshments. 3. Sumner Beach - Well away from housing so no noise concerns. High Traffic density Close to beach for swimming and shops for refreshments 4. Scott Park - situated on a busy road dangerous for children. Whole area used by yacht Club, wind surfers and kite-surfers. Also as a picnic area for families At times subject to severe easterly winds. This is a much valued recreational area for yachters', wind-surfers or kite-surfers and families and should not be altered in any way.

An additional activity would cause congestion and detract from the enjoyment of the area. 390. 11729 2 3 4 1 For reference, I am 24 years. Scott Park is absolutely not appropriate. I know the area incredibly well after living directly across the road at until the Earthquake. Even with a large hedge at our residency and the old trees of Scott Park, noise travelled from the park and carpark during the day and especially at night - and that's not even with skateboards clashing with concrete or kids being noisy. Now that the area is incredibly open with no trees at Scott Park to hide a skate park, the view for all the residents would also be degraded by a skate park. The area has only just lost unsavoury characters at night as this was a known spot for boy racers, with many bottles being left at the yacht club in the morning. A skate park would only encourage these types back, especially as it is the closest location to town, and a skate park in this area would be totally obtrusive for residents. I work nearby in and sail at the yacht club, so I am still very familiar with this area and how it is used. Also, this location is the furthest away from Sumner. Sumner residents will be the main users of this location, and they are the ones who have wanted this skate park for years. The ability for kids to grow up with positive independence, skating from home 5 minutes down the road to their local skate park is what I know Sumner residents have wanted for a long time, and this suits their community well. Redcliffs is too far out the way for this, and I believe it has been promised to the Soccer clubs who are losing their grounds with the school moving. I have selected the Sumner beach location as it is the safest for children to get to whilst still being in Sumner, not obtrusive for any residents, in Sumner, and not at Scott Park. Thank you.

Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around Scott Park. There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. Comments noted around ease of access for Sumner residents to a local facility. 391. 11728 1 3 4 4 Of course the Acoustics Report should rate highest, as the others are just processes or relatively simple to work around, so Nayland St and Redcliffs School rate highest. Of these two Nayland is best for many reasons. High profile, good foot traffic, so easier for public to keep an eye out for undesirable activities. Great location for children to skate/play while parent are shopping, ordering/waiting for fast food, at the Library or community centre, Doctors etc. I see it as a Central Village family friendly location.

Redcliffs School old site is a distant 2nd or probably third for many obvious reasons (to me), far too many to list here, and the other two would be sad legacies to leave for future Councils! Thanks for your feedback. 392. 11727 3 1 4 2 1. Large unused area - used to being a children's playground/area. Dairy nearby. Plenty toilet facilities from existing school. Plenty carpark space. 2. Similar to above - beach area used for beach volleyball & activities 3. To close to residents & not a big area 4. Already high usage with the yacht club & other boat activities. Lack of parking and toilet facilities minimal.

No shop nearby Very busy road & intersection AND can see by report the NO detailed site investigations have even been looked at yet Thanks for your feedback. No detailed site investigations have occurred in the site selection stage due to cost. Council has decided to involve the community in this early stage to gain feedback and direction as to what site is suitable (Community Board to approve site), prior to spending funds on site specific details. If/when the Community Board approve a suitable site, the community will be involved in the design of the site.

53 393. 11726 2 3 4 1 2. Could become a congregation point as it lacks through put of supervision. No toilets 3. Uncertainty of future development. Too remote for Sumner 4. Very exposed. Too remote for Sumner, even Redcliffs youngsters 1. Location fairly distant from residential properties. Some natural supervision by through put of adult pedestrians. Many users also belong to Surf Club & have vested interest in respecting property. Toilets available. Possible access to 1st Aid. Parking good Thanks for your feedback.

Nayland St – There are toilets located at Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre (when open) and at the Surf Life Saving Club building. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

394. 11725 2 1 4 3 1. Redcliffs School - close to new Redcliffs School, empty site, space for parking 2. Nayland Street - empty site, away from beach traffic. Close to refreshments 3. Sumner Beach - Already a very popular beach site, high traffic and congestion 4. Scott Park - Very busy dangerous road, blind turn from intersection. Area used by sailors, wind- surfers, kite-surfers and their equipment. Thanks for your feedback. 395. 11724 4 4 4 4 We do not think a skate park is appropriate AT ALL in residential areas. The noise factor alone is unthinkable let alone the undesirables it would attract - especially at night.

Best place for it is i.e., an industrial zone well away from houses. We do not want any more issues to deal with that will devalue our properties on top of all the earthquake issues we have suffered!! NB: Please focus on more important issues!!! We object to our hard earned rates being wasted on this!! Thanks for your feedback. The Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board resolved on 27 February for staff to investigate suitable locations for a permanent skate facility in the Bays Area (Ferrymead to Sumner), which is why Redcliffs has been included. This is following ongoing demand from the community to have a skate facility in the Bays Area.

If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

396. 11723 2 3 4 1 1. Site away from housing. Nearby toilets. Usually people around. Good car parking 2. Central for the village but a busy corner. Near housing. No toilets 3. Future of the site is uncertain. Busy road. Nearby housing. Very exposed to weather. Too far from Sumner 4. Too far from Redcliffs & Sumner. Too exposed to weather. Already busy with other activities. Busy road Thanks for your feedback. Nayland St – There are toilets located at Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre (when open) and at the Surf Life Saving Club building.

The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 397. 11722 1 4 4 1 Sumner site would best suit the community for skating as easy access Parental support if required. Facility being monitored Thanks for your feedback. 398. 11721 3 4 1 2 Least noise for residents and best parking option Thanks for your feedback. 399. 11720 1 4 3 2 Thanks for your feedback.

54 400. 11719 1 2 Please select Please select The Sumner youth have shown a strong desire to have a local skate board facility. The previous skateboard ramp was well supported by locals, visitors and youth of all ages. Thanks for your feedback. 401. 11718 1 3 4 2 If it is at Sumner it is more of a 'snug fit' Go's with the surfing culture Doesn't have to be large with the 'wow factor' Design it so young children can use it with their scooters Thanks for your feedback Comments around scooters noted. 402. 11717 1 4 2 3 Central for all areas (1) School Grounds proposed (2) Very populated area not suitable (3) Could be useful as there is nothing else obstructing this future area of ground (4) Thanks for your feedback.

403. 11708 1 3 4 2 Nayland Street site is in the village & very visual Sumner community have been the main pushes and have done a lot of work to make a skate park happen Thanks for your feedback. 404. 11688 1 Please select Please select 2 central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses Thanks for your feedback.

20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). 405. 11687 1 Please select Please select 2 Need a local skate park in Sumner. Nayland St will be next to village green Thanks for your feedback. 406. 11686 1 3 4 2 My children wish to use the park before and after school. It is close to the village where I feel they are safer and I like that it is close to Sumner Village facilities such as bus stop and toilets. Thanks for your feedback.

407. 11684 1 3 4 2 Location Thanks for your feedback. 408. 11682 1 3 4 2 Closer to the Sumner Village. Thanks for your feedback. 409. 11681 1 3 4 2 Great links to the village, safe and obvious to keep an eye on the children. Access to local amenities. Thanks for your feedback. 410. 11680 1 3 4 2 Local area. Thanks for your feedback. 411. 11679 Please select 2 3 4 Connected to the village and easily assessable for kids/youth. Visible but still subtle enough. Thanks for your feedback. 412. 11678 2 Please select Please select 1 413. 11676 2 3 4 1 I believe that that having the skate park in a Sumner location will allow the local children be able to use it more often both before and after School.

Thanks for your feedback. 414. 11675 1 Please select Please select 2 Site needs to be in Sumner - This has been a Sumner Community lead initiative. Sure Redcliffs or Ferrymead might also need one but their sites are absolutely no use to any Sumner kids Central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets Thanks for your feedback.

55 Environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop Links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses A geotech report for this site commissioned by SG&S in May 2017 found that the land can be made safe for the uses of a skate facility and village green. 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). 415. 11673 2 4 3 1 The Sumner ones are close to me. The other place Redcliffs would take too long as you need to move the school and Ferrymead is more dangerous by busy road.

Thanks for your feedback. 416. 11672 1 3 Please select 2 Close to where I live and has the best possibility of having a better/bigger park. Thanks for your feedback. 417. 11671 2 3 4 1 Facilities already available on site (toilets water fountain etc.) and ideal location for safe and easy access for younger children along esplanade. Thanks for your feedback. 418. 11670 1 2 Please select 3 To provide a facility for the local skaters. Thanks for your feedback. 419. 11669 4 2 3 1 I feel the Sumner beach area is better as it seems a sensible location for recreation. Nayland Street will be disruptive being close to the library and restaurants. The old Redcliff School site is quite central for all the areas. Thanks for your feedback.

420. 11668 1 Please select Please select 2 Skate Ramp is preferred in the Village centre at Sumner not Redcliffs Near village centre with library, shops, public toilets and bus route. Existing outlets for teenagers to buy food, water fountain to drink water. Family groups need safe access from bus stop, on the flat. Across from Library which is our community focus already - makes so much sense having a cluster. Protected site near hills and shade away from wind-blown salt and sand. Keep 40m away from neighbouring homes and install acoustic screen. By the way which kill joy from CCC came up with the idea of installing ANTI SKATER steel studs in the new carpark kerb lines in Nayland Street.

These dangerous stealth impalement devices should be assessed for safety of children, sight impaired and elderly for trip hazards and potential for injuring the unwary. Retrofitting these makes CCC not appear so skater friendly. Thanks for your feedback 421. 11667 1 3 4 2 I feel it would be beneficial to have a skate park in the local community with facilities nearby for convenience. Thanks for your feedback. 422. 11666 4 1 2 3 Redcliffs School and Ferrymead sites are both more easily accessible to a wider range of suburbs, and the reports show less challenges with having the skate park on those sites. If the skate area is to be located in Sumner I prefer the site to be near the surf club. This is due to noise etc. being a possible disruption to the library and local businesses, including the youth club Fuse. The other locations are still near enough for Sumner skating youth to access without the noise etc. being an Thanks for your feedback.

56 issue for library users and shoppers. The surf club site would be preferable also as it is easily accessible to the beach, which would be nice for families during all seasons. 423. 11665 1 3 4 2 The idea of a skate park in Sumner is to facilitate local skaters who wish to skate before and after school, which will be easier accessible if located in Sumner itself. Thanks for your feedback. 424. 11663 1 3 4 2 There are so many skaters in Sumner and they need somewhere close by to skate, not in Redcliffs or Ferrymead.

Nayland St would be great as it’s in the middle of the village, sheltered, close to the shops and the bus stop. The beach site would also be good, it would look really cool next by the beach, but the sand could be annoying. Thanks for your feedback. 425. 11662 2 Please select 3 1 Thanks for your feedback. 426. 11661 1 3 4 2 It needs to be in Sumner itself to avoid kids having to travel any distance after school, Nayland Street is in the heart of the community which is where we want the kids to be having fun. Thanks for your feedback.

427. 11660 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 428. 11659 1 3 4 2 A skate park needs to be genuine and in context. The hub of the surfing community in Christchurch exists in Sumner however politically incorrect that may be to assert. We'll dumb down the offering at Redcliffs to justify the use of a state asset that will otherwise sit unused due to absurd health and safety posturing and arse covering so it'll end up there no doubt judging by the guiding ticks offered by council. So I would predict my reasoning will be discarded by the bureaucratic steam roller as the ramblings of an aggressive, arrogant madman. But I am not - this is just the way it is.

Thanks Thanks for your feedback. 429. 11658 1 3 4 2 It’s close to the village and school Thanks for your feedback. 430. 11654 1 3 4 2 central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). 431. 11653 1 3 4 2 Central close bus stop and Village Centre, distance from neighbour's exceeds 40 metres acoustics good with minimal impact on local residents and business Sheltered from wind and sand Close to toilets Good visibility and links well with village green. Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). 432. 11652 1 3 4 2 Close to bus stops Close to town centre of Sumner and food outlets Close to Library Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B).

57 Close to proposed village green on Nayland Street, 433. 11650 1 3 Please select 2 The Idea behind a skate park is to add benefits to the community. As the majority of users will be younger, having the park close to an urban centre will benefit those who would use it. Nay land street & Sumner beach will appeal to the users who will get the most use out of it. The least favourable location, Scott Park is ideal for water sports/ wind sports users, the skate park will use up the only usable launch & rigging area for the southern end of the Estuary. This would cause congestion with the windsurfers, sailors, sea scouts & coastal pathway users. Thanks for your feedback Comments notes around Scott Park and water sports/wind sports 434. 11649 1 3 4 2 We do not want a skate park at Scott Park Ferrymead as this is a windsurf rigging area and is essential to have some sheltered from the wind area to rig and store gear, Windsurfing equipment is very difficult to carry in the wind and takes up a bit of room.

Nayland Street is central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses primary age kids can skate before and after school not needing public transport or parents to drive and make roads busier at peak traffic times (8am and 5pm) Thanks for your feedback Comments noted about wind sports at Scott Park 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). 435. 11648 3 1 2 4 The park needs to be easily accessible to children away from busy roads, with plenty of parking. Thanks for your feedback 436. 11647 1 3 4 2 central to a bus stop, retail, public toilets environmental benefits; sheltered, no wind-blown sand, trees for shade, attractive backdrop links well to village green and the Sumner Centre great visibility distance from neighbours exceeds the required 40 metres acoustics for this site are excellent, with minimal impact for local residents and businesses primary age kids can skate before and after school not needing public transport or parents to drive and make roads busier at peak traffic times (8am and 5pm) We do not want a skate park at Scott Park Ferrymead as this is a windsurf rigging area and is essential to have some sheltered from the wind area to rig and store gear, Windsurfing equipment is very difficult to carry in the wind and takes up a bit of room.

Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown, if these land parcels are transferred to Council then discussion can be held with the community around a possible village green or a carpark as indicated in the Sumner Village Centre Master Plan (Project 4.3B). Comments notes around Scott Park and waterspouts/wind sports 437. 11646 1 3 4 2 Seems like 26 Nayland would be out of the way. Also the GP surgery has previously supported the skate park and is nearby. Thanks for your feedback. 438. 11645 1 Please select Please select 3 From the start this has been as Sumner Proposal Thanks for your feedback. 439. 11644 1 3 4 2 Majority of users will be from Sumner so it makes sense to put it in Sumner. Important for Sumner kids to be able to get there easily before and after school.

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58 440. 11643 1 2 4 3 Thanks for your feedback. 441. 11642 2 4 3 1 Thanks for your feedback. 442. 11641 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland St is best fit for Sumner skaters, local to all community facilities, noise-level appropriate, safe for both kids and adults. Thanks for your feedback. 443. 11640 1 3 4 2 I have junior skaters and feel this facility should be in a place we can use before or after school. With all the work this community has done towards this effort and the local support would be very did-heartening to see this put in a different suburb.

Thanks for your feedback. 444. 11639 2 4 3 1 1. Council owned, plenty of parking, toilets, near bus stop, not close to residential properties 2. Close to bus stop, plenty parking, toilets in Library, option of extra land. 3. Plenty of parking, toilets near, bus stop not too close to residential properties. 4. Don't think the school should be moved. It's safer than it ever was. Highest ground in Redcliffs. Redcliff Park is a flood area and too close to estuary for little children going to school or wandering out of school.

Also the noise would echo around the Hills. You could put a skate park at Redcliffs Park. Has anyone suggested Leonards Square - it’s a big area Thanks for your feedback. Sumner Beach – this land is owned by the Crown and Council have a lease to manage and maintain this space. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

St Leonards Square was considered at the beginning of the site selection process, however it didn’t make it through to the long list of sites due to the site being allocated to sports and not having suitable separation from neighbours for acoustic reasons. 445. 11637 Please select 1 Please select Please select Seems like the obvious place as its going to be a child’s park area eventually so having the skate park to add to it will be an extra bonus - plus at least we know the soil isn't contaminated like the other spots in question.

Scott Park is too far out the way from children in Sumner/Redcliffs area & you'd have to travel there for just the purpose of skating whereas old Redcliffs School site is mainly going to be a place to take children to play once the new park is up & running so it’s perfect in my opinion. Thanks for your feedback. 446. 11636 2 1 4 3 Redcliffs School because it’s a much bigger area even staying away from the Rock. Can set it back away from houses - lots of parking etc. Nayland St - nice and close to retail less impact on residential Sumner Beach - may get skaters using the Surf Club deck as a ramp - plus noisy if club house having a function.

Scott Park - Yes I live up above it, noise travels up. Also its right next door to the coastal pathway & windsurfers - can get really busy especially when all three activities are at the same time. With bikers, walkers, skaters and surfers altogether in a small area really I think it would be quite dangerous. Traffic congestion. Also a busy road especially in the weekend - hard to pull out with traffic from the bridge or double lanes on the other side. Thanks for your feedback. Comments noted around Scott Park and how busy it gets. 447. 11635 3 1 2 4 Health & safety ok for kids & no need to cut trees, which will be good for shade anyway. Noise factor for neighbours not an issue if they were previously happy next to a school. Redcliffs school ideal in many ways but only PART of it as locals WHO WILL LOSE ACCESS for walking & use of reserve on Beachville once new school is there, will require access for picnics, walking etc. Seating also. Shade required for all options.

Not Sumner Beach - public access must be considered & NO trees cut please! Oceans rising will impact during storms etc. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

448. 11634 1 2 3 4 I am happy with any of the proposals except for Sumner beach as I think the land is not suited for a skate park. Thanks for your feedback.

59 4. Not a good site for all the reasons given. 449. 11633 3 4 2 1 1. Most skateboarders live in Sumner and it is next to surf lifesaving club, hidden within vegetation 2. Scott Park plenty of room easy access, bigger catchment area 3. 26 Nayland an old site of Marine Hotel which is unlikely to be developed for any other purpose 4. Redcliffs School, should only be used for sports fields rugby, soccer, cricket etc. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site will have and intermediate and junior sports field which is the same as the existing Redcliffs Park. If this site was to be selected as suitable for skate there would be suitable space available. Community consultation around a suitable landscape plan for the park will occur if Council are appointed to control and manage the old school site.

450. 11632 3 4 1 2 Scott Park - away from houses - combines with an outing on the Coastal walkway - Cars will park off the road - Bus route Thanks for your feedback. 451. 11631 3 1 2 4 On a pure rating of least amount of poor / challenging and 1 VG Redcliffs School has it! The site has historically 'housed' a lot of kids / parents & parking. Site is half way between Sumner & Scott Park so central to 2/3 suburbs walking / skating distance for many houses and on good bus route. Thanks for your feedback.

452. 11627 2 1 4 4 1. Redcliffs School Site is a large area of land suitable for a skate park. Central Location. Space for a car park & bike stands. Easily accessible. 2. Central Sumner location with low density traffic 3. Sumner beach is close to surf club and other areas children frequent. Close to shops 4. Scott Park situated on a busy two lane road which is dangerous for children and vehicles entering and exiting. Site is full often with wind surfers, yachties and other water sport activities. Thanks for your feedback.

Comments noted around Scott Park 453. 11618 1 3 4 2 We live in the area and have grandchildren who skateboard so for convenience, really. Thanks for your feedback. 454. 11615 3 1 2 Please select Thanks for your feedback. 455. 11613 3 2 4 1 26 Nayland Street - Near residential (noise could be a problem) Redcliffs School Site - Plenty of space Scott Park- Not large enough and traffic (suitable for water sports Sumner Beach - Most suitable parking Thanks for your feedback. 456. 11593 1 3 4 2 Skate should be in the village, for the kids and families. It’s important that it’s visual and assessable for locals and visitors. Essential for the young people of Sumner and visitors. Thanks for your feedback.

457. 11592 1 3 4 2 26 Nayland Street would be great, it is sheltered, has good visibility, links well to the village. The beach site would have sand issues. The other two sites are too far away to be used by the younger skaters without busing or parents driving them. Our Sumner skaters want a skate park in Sumner not in Redcliffs or Ferrymead. It would be so nice to bring youth recreation back to the village. Thanks for your feedback. 458. 11591 1 3 4 2 Would really like to see this in Sumner itself. A great hangout for our local youngsters. Thanks for your feedback. 459. 11590 1 3 4 2 Being within the village is more fun for the kids especially the younger ones whose parents will hang about. It also enables the community to keep an eye on things.

Thanks for your feedback. 460. 11570 2 3 1 4 Scott Park is off the main road and has lots of parking. Nayland St also slightly off main road and good access for Sumner residents to use. Thanks for your feedback.

60 Redcliffs school makes use of this land which may otherwise lay empty. Sumner Beach not much parking and don’t like the idea of having to clear trees 461. 11568 3 1 2 4 My kids skate and the sand is very hard on their bearings. With the Redcliffs site there is good parking no bottle necks, a great visible site for parents. Thanks for your feedback. 462. 11567 3 1 2 4 Hi, as a skater I do not want our new skate park close to the sandy beach as it will ruin the bearings in my skate board and make the surface of the ramps dangerous. I like old red cliffs school Thanks for your feedback. 463. 11566 3 1 2 4 As a skater I think the further away from the beach the better because the sand just ruins my bearings and makes the concrete really slippery and dangerous. I think the Redcliffs school would be a great site, because there is plenty of room for a car park and good drop off and pick up zones rather than the already busy Sumner roads.

Thanks for your feedback. 464. 11565 1 3 4 2 I think the Nayland St site would work the best for the local Sumner skaters. Most of us are too young to be driving yet, so a local skate area within skating distance from home would be the best thing. Of the two Sumner sites the Nayland St site is better because it’s protected from sand, it’s in the village and close to the new library. The beach site would probably attract too many out of towners and would always need to be cleaned down. Thanks for your feedback.

465. 11563 1 4 3 2 26 Nayland street is already a vacant space unable to be used for anything else such as residential/ commercial building. There are few neighbours to be impacted by noise and being in Sumner a park here would increase business for cafes/ bars/ library etc. already located there. Put it where the demand will actually be. There is also sufficient parking around the Sumner area. A large skate park is already available on Washington way and at New Brighton and so a large site is not required. These reasons will also apply if putting it at Summer beach. The old Redcliffs school site is NOT suitable for the following reasons: - if a medium/large skate park was put here this prevents the playing field being used for other community events such as sports etc.

-If we couldn't have our school back here why is a skate park ok? - Parking- there is not enough for residents and for an influx of visitors to park especially when the school is rebuilt over the road. Increasing the carpark inside the school site will mean more noise for neighbours with cars coming and going, and skating will likely occur in this area too which is close to residential properties. Noise - I don't want kids/ teenagers etc. skating at all hours of the day AND night due to being in close vicinity of this site proposal.

- rubbish bins might be installed but who knows if they will be emptied . . - would the gates be closed at a certain time or left open allowing people to come in whenever they like? Overall Sumner has the site available right now and is the location where demand is highest. Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The site will have and intermediate and junior sports field which is the same as the existing Redcliffs Park. If this site was to be selected as suitable for skate there would be suitable space. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

There is an existing carpark at the Old Redcliffs School Site and off road parking on Main Road. Active transport (skating, scootering, walking, biking) as well as public transport are alternative methods of transport to the site. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards. There are two existing rubbish bins at Redcliffs Park, there would be similar provision at the park at Old Redcliffs School. Bins are emptied weekly.

Parks gates are often locked in the evenings and opened in the morning. This is will be something that is considered during the park design. 466. 11562 4 2 3 1 Nice to be right next to Sumner beach, atmosphere. There is more space to use in the Redcliffs location. Ferrymead is closer to the skate park in Washington so I ranked it 3rd based on location. Nayland street there isn't much space so considered this the last option Thanks for your feedback

61 467. 11560 2 3 4 1 Sumner has the amenities, dairy, take away, coffee, beach and need peoples to sustain the village business, security close by to keep the place safe. Thanks for your feedback 468. 11557 2 4 1 3 As a nearby resident to the future park in Redcliffs I strongly oppose it being in this residential area. The Christchurch Central skate park has a number of calls for police assistance for assault, disorderly behaviour, alcohol, and graffiti. This will happen in Redcliffs. The noise late in the evening/night in a residential is not acceptable. Scott Park doesn't have close residents, better CPTD with the main road and passing traffic. Please don't put it in Redcliffs Park. Thanks for your feedback Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards. 469. 11556 3 1 4 2 There are few 'destination' amenities in Redcliffs. In this area, Sumner has received the majority of resources or amenities that attract visitors, or new residents. To include a potentially larger skate park in Redcliffs will provide a much needed resource for sport and leisure activities for multiple age groups. It will also provide an attractor for both visitors and new residents. Further, its proximity to the new school site will further allow that area of Redcliffs to become an area for meeting and community development through sport, play, and common interest, especially for students and families of the future Redcliffs School. In addition, locating the Skate Park in Redcliffs will allow community service organizations, churches, and other youth, child, or family focused service groups, to have a location within Redcliffs to meet clients and members for activities, counselling, and support. At present, there is no obvious location in Redcliffs for such activities.

I believe placing the skate park in Redcliffs will serve to build the community of Redcliffs; however, I also believe that this will have a beneficial knock-on effect for the broader bays area. This site is the most central of those offered, and can be easily accessed by residents from Ferrymead to Sumner. As such, this will not only build the sense of community in the Redcliffs area, but it will also improve the sense of shared community throughout the bays area. Thanks for your feedback Comments noted around old Redcliffs School. 470. 11553 1 3 4 2 Sumner village ideal place for it - Redcliffs too dangerous for a school then too dangerous to skate. Ferrymead too far from community that needs it.

Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation. 471. 11552 1 3 4 2 Sumner is a destination as well as home for residents and it really supports the surfing culture. There is also a need for a skate park in Ferrymead as it serves quite a different suburban demographic and geographical area.

Thanks for your feedback Comment noted around demand for skate in Ferrymead. 472. 11547 1 4 3 2 Nayland street is my pick, it’s close to Sumner village, and the old village green. The Council made a big mistake by not having a skate area/village green and I think this location will mitigate some of those mistakes. I want kids to be able to skate in a safe visible space. Thanks for your feedback. 473. 11531 2 2 4 3 Nayland street - too small, too close to cliffs, and not highly disable. Old Redcliffs School - difficulty in progress with Ministry of Education still not settled on new school site Scott Park - highly visible, able to build large skate park, Sumner Beach - ease of access, visible location adding to the beach recreation area. Thanks for your feedback.

474. 11528 1 4 3 2 This site would be the aesthetically best option while providing a safe environment for users. Maintenance costs would be comparatively low. Thanks for your feedback.

62 475. 11526 1 3 4 2 The skate park is about Sumner & our community. It needs to be in the centre of the village and link into the village green. We need it to be visual, connected to the shops, have access to public toilets and accessible for the kids. We have been so incredibly patient throughout this long winded process. Surely it’s time you started working with us effectively and helped us achieve a much wanted asset for our community. Thanks for your feedback 20/24 Nayland Street is still owned by the Crown. Ownership of 20/24 needs to be transferred to Council for 26 Nayland Street to go ahead for a skate park. If and when this happens the Community will be asked what they would like to see on 20/24 Nayland with a village green being an option.

476. 11525 1 4 3 2 If it's unsafe to put a school at the site in Redcliffs then another structure there for kids shouldn't be going there either. I think there's good amenities close to Nayland St and the people using the park will be good for local business. There aren't these same amenities as close to the sites at Scott park or Redcliffs. Thanks for your feedback The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

477. 11524 1 3 4 2 Nayland St is off the main road while still being a good central location. Handy for children to use after school with the majority of schools in this area. Thanks for your feedback. 478. 11523 2 4 3 1 The skate park will get the most use if located in Sumner. The least favourable would be Redcliffs given the safety concern of rock fall. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

479. 11521 2 3 4 1 Having the skate park in Sumner will make it a great all year round destination for young people and fits in with the surf club/beach atmosphere. Sumner has also gone through a lot with a skate park being agreed then cancelled, then having the temporary one shut down. Thanks for your feedback. 480. 11499 1 3 4 2 This park needs to be in the village or by the beach, we are a surfing and skating community and we should be proud of that and nurture our youth around this. Thanks for your feedback.

481. 11497 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 482. 11496 2 1 4 3 Lots of space at school. I am happy with any site if it happens. Thanks for your feedback. 483. 11494 2 Please select 1 Please select Scott Park is already an altered landscape fitting of a skate park, and a large skate park can be located here which is preferable as demand is high. This site is more accessible for more suburbs which is desirable. There are limited recreation facilities in the Eastern suburbs. Nayland St is too small for the project being considered. It would be good to have a small second skate ramp here as there is a demand in this community. There are tennis courts in every suburb, so too could there be many skate parks in Christchurch instead of skaters having to travel distances.

Redcliffs School site has been referred to the Ombudsman regarding the proposed removal of the school. As the site is under investigation it is not suitable. Sumner Beach is a poor fit for a skate park and the landscaping in that area is not conducive a concrete style park, it would be detrimental to the environment to have vegetation removed from an area that has very little now. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

Comments noted around environmental effects of a skate park at Sumner Beach. 484. 11491 1 Please select Please select Please select Best site for village and community atmosphere and local business will do well with it there. Thanks for your feedback.

63 485. 11490 2 3 4 1 Proximity to the park, most aesthetically pleasing position and a great place to encourage the whole family to watch, take part and enjoy. Thanks for your feedback. 486. 11489 2 3 4 1 The key driver for this skate park has been the community group based in Sumner, who see the benefits of having this asset in the village area. A park outside of the village will not receive the fanfare, or use, that a Sumner skate park will. The skate park must be visible and treated like an asset, so a good high profile site is essential to its success as a positive addition to Sumner which is why the beach site is best.

Thanks for your feedback. 487. 11487 1 3 4 2 Sumner skate park has been a Sumner community initiative for many many years now, keeping it in the community is critical to this. Where local Sumner and local community skaters can access is the best outcome. Thanks for your feedback. 488. 11482 2 1 3 4 Redcliffs old school site is the ideal location for a number of reasons. Bus stop is right there, is visible from the street to huge numbers of vehicles both day and night. Along with the park also being developed with play areas etc. is a good destination for families. Ferrymead is too removed, less visible to general public unless in that area, vs the number of residents from Sumner that would pass each day. The site by surf club restricts the size/ scale of the park and has the ongoing issue of sand that will make it both dangerous to its use and also will be damaging to the scooter/ skateboard bearings etc.

Thanks for your feedback. 489. 11481 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 490. 11480 2 3 4 1 Sumner has always been synonymous with surfing and other outdoor sports and I feel that a skate park as close to the beach as possible would add another dimension to what many love about this community, sports and the outdoors. Also with children who loved using the skate ramp until it was removed, it would be amazing to have it easily accessible to them and their peers. The beach site has the added bonus of having amenities such as toilets, rubbish bins and lights, yet it is somewhat removed from residential properties.

Thanks for your feedback. 491. 11478 2 3 4 1 Beach site would be amazing. Close to coastal pathway, Sumner village, Sumner beach, toilets, established trees/shade and water fountain. Epic spot! Thanks for your feedback. 492. 11477 1 4 3 2 I think Nayland street would be a great location. Being near the local shops etc. Definitely having it in Sumner as it is a surfy town and would be great for families. Not Redcliffs Thanks for your feedback. 493. 11476 4 2 1 3 Scott Park has lots of room for bikes etc. Thanks for your feedback. 494. 11475 2 3 4 1 We need a skate park in Sumner! We have been trying to get this for our kids for years - it would be so unfair to have it anywhere else!

Thanks for your feedback. 495. 11474 1 3 4 2 Sumner needs a skate park and I think the location opposite the new library is great for all the kids and teenagers. Thanks for your feedback. 496. 11473 4 1 2 3 I generally support the findings of the technical reports and think the old Redcliffs School site would be a great option - it would also be wonderful to see this site in use again. I have no order of preference for the remaining three sites. Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

497. 11403 1 2 4 3 As a member of MPYC and a frequent water sports user in the Estuary, Scott Park has always been a designated rigging area for sailors and windsurfers. The construction of a skate park would otherwise interfere with this regular activity and therefore would be a detraction to the area and make it more difficult to engage in water sports. The selected site should aim to minimize the impact on existing users of the areas, and for this reason I wholly disagree with the selection of Scott Park as a site for a skate park. Thanks for your feedback Your comments around Scott Park being an area for sailors and windsurfers has been noted.

498. 11402 4 3 2 1 I think this venue would be great. It will allow families to go to the beach and to the skate park at the same time. It is using land that is readily accessible, not too close to houses, and could become another Sumner attraction. I like that is close to the beach, perfect for young people. Thanks for your feedback

64 499. 11401 2 3 4 1 It would be a great fit with Sumner Beach, i.e. another fun thing for locals and another reason to come to Sumner for non-locals. The beach location should not be noisy. Thanks for your feedback 500. 11399 2 3 4 1 1 Sumner Beach - Skateboarding akin to surfing, prominent and visual site for safety and entertainment. 2 Nayland Street - closer to houses, possible noise issues 3 Old Redcliffs School - closer to houses, possible noise issues, Main Road traffic congestion 4 Scott Park - entrance and exit off main road can be difficult, should remain as water sports area for yachting, windsurfing, kayaking etc. When the tide is high and the wind conditions suitable, parking is at a premium. The park is already used by the yacht club, wind sports club, sea scouts, walkers, picnickers, cyclists. The skateboard park if sited at Scott Park would sit in limbo between Ferrymead and Sumner.

Thanks for your feedback Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for Nayland Street and Old Redcliffs School is very good, with recommended barriers. If a site is approved by the Community Board, further noise assessments/modelling will be completed during the design phase to ensure the skate park complies with the District Plan noise standards. Comments around Scott Park and wind sports / water sports noted. 501. 11377 4 1 3 2 Scott Park is already being used by many water sports enthusiasts. It is sited on an extremely busy section of road. The car park is often used by people who park their cars to bus into town. I prefer the Redcliffs School site as it has a larger area to accommodate parking plus Skaters. To use this area for young people is a satisfying use of an area once played on by many children. Thanks for your feedback.

Scott Park comments and support for old Redcliffs School noted. 502. 11376 3 1 4 2 Designated for water sports with bowling and petanque clubs being pushed for removal by Council prior to quakes. It would be poor judgement to now add a land-based activity. Car parking would be inadequate for water sports, people bussing into town and a skateboard park. Noise floats up the hill from the water to residents who, in this area, mostly do not have children. Thanks for your feedback. Comment noted for Scott Park around car parking Please refer to Summary of Key Noise Issues completed by Marshall Day. The overall assessment for potential noise effects for Scott Park is good. Relatively high residual noise from traffic noise likely to significantly mitigate effects for dwellings on Main Road. 503. 11374 3 2 4 1 1. Coastal site next to beach will make for a great mixed use option for parents taking kids to the beach as well as the skate park.

2. Redcliffs School site will allow for a larger skate park and possible addition of a pump track. See raglan pump track. 3. Thanks for your feedback. A pump track can be considered in the design of the skate park. Thanks for the reference to Raglan. 504. 11369 1 4 3 2 Sumner has the main target group whom would use the skate park. It makes better sense to location the skate park where it is mostly required. Redcliffs has one of the oldest population demographics in Christchurch and less demand for a skate park. Scott park is also too far from the main user group.

Thanks for your feedback Yes Redcliffs (census area unit Moncks Bay), does have a high number of over 45 year olds as compared to the Christchurch average. Interestingly there is also a high number of 5 – 9 year olds compared to the Christchurch average. This information is taken from the 2013 Census, suggesting this group will now be in the 10 -14 year bracket. 505. 11364 4 1 2 3 It makes sense to situate in an existing park, or park like area. The 2 Sumner sites look too small and they are in already very busy locations - don't need more of that in Sumner. The school site has other amenities around like the supermarket and diary not too far away, which is useful for kids/family visiting the skate park, whereas the Scott Park doesn't have anything so I've ranked it lower, also more windy than Redcliffs which isn't as good for parents supervising or carrying the noise up the hill to nearby residents. But even with that I prefer Scott Park to the Sumner sites. Thanks for your feedback.

506. 11362 1 3 4 2 Nayland Street is a good spot where it will be in the village, but not on the beach so it won't compete with beachgoers for parking and if necessary the library staff can keep a handle on what’s happening at the park. All the kids love the library and there is a real sense of pride in this part of the village with a brand new building and the skate park can piggyback on this local sense of pride and ownership. Thanks for your feedback. 507. 11339 2 1 3 4 The old Redcliffs School is the best site because there is enough space for a decent sized skate park with a range of features to suit different ages and abilities. The only other site big enough for a good sized park is Scott Park which is often very windy and exposed and dedicated to water based activities. The fit there would not be great. Scott Park is also not a pleasant place for family based activities of which skating might be one of the options. Redcliffs Park will give a range of pleasant family based activities of which skating, boarding might be only one, including picnics and other park based play.

Thanks for your feedback. The old Redcliffs School site is going through a formal process to become a Council operated and managed park. The junior and intermediate sports field that was located at Redcliffs Park will be relocated to this site. Residents will have an opportunity to comment around what they would like to see in this park, when a landscape plan is developed for community consultation.

65 Off street parking is good at the Redcliffs school site. Parking is difficult at both Nayland Street and Sumner Beach. This is particularly pertinent for those that might come from other parts of the Bays area to the park or even further afield if the facility is particularly well designed Redcliffs school site is centrally located in the Bays area and has good independent transport access for those too young or not able to drive, having a bus stop right outside the gate and being adjacent to the coastal pathway. The link between the coastal pathway at the corner of Main Road and Beachville Road and the Redcliffs school site will need to be improved but I assume this will need to improved anyway as part of the general development of the Redcliffs Park. Being adjacent to the new Redcliffs school will give the skate park an immediate market Nayland Street is the second best site as it has the advantage of being close to the temporary site and has therefore an established use profile which any other site would need to establish. However it is small site with large limitations about what features could be incorporated into any design. Despite the testing done around legal noise levels at the proposed site the history of objections at the temporary site does not auger well for smooth relationships with neighbours. The park like setting at Redcliffs school should ameliorate many of these potential issues. Access to and from the site will be part of the design considerations. 508. 11338 2 3 4 1 Scott park is already overcrowded when windy and high tide, so potential loss of car parking space would impact on windsurfing. Sumner beach would be preferred option as it has high visibility and is close to Sumner Thanks for your feedback. 509. 11335 1 3 4 2 The Sumner residents have been the strongest supporters of a skate park and likely have the highest number of skaters therefore it seems sensible to place the facility immediately in their community albeit that it has benefits for the wider community. Therefore the two Sumner sites are the obvious choices although obviously the impacts on local resident have to be considered. The Redcliffs site has the advantage of having few close neighbours and can be sited next to other community facilities e.g. playground and football pitches, a dairy and is easy to access for the whole community.

The Scott Park site is constrained and has other competing interests in terms of its role as a water sports and sailing base and requirement for parking for the Coastal Pathway. It would be difficult to landscape well. It also has considerable acoustic downsides. Sound would be a major impact on the residents of the lower slopes of St Andrews Hill. (There can be considerable noise from events at the Mount Pleasant yacht Club). It could also have impacts on the Sea Scouts boat shed and activities in terms of space and graffiti as well as impacts on the yet to be replaced Mount Pleasant Yacht Club. There has already been considerable public green space taken form Scott Park by the unconsulted on building of the Mount Pleasant Yacht Club Boat shed and this would lead to unacceptable further loss of green space.

This site is also not close to local shops or food outlets or the bulk of skateboarders who would likely drive to the park and therefore require parking which would have been lost by building the Skate park. Thanks for your feedback Comments noted around Scott Park including noise from events, and potential loss of greenspace. 510. 11334 3 1 2 4 Close tie for me between Redcliffs and Scott Park. Both require redevelopment so makes sense. Sumner beach seems wrong with high sand and other uses for the area. Nayland St is too small. Thanks for your feedback 511. 11333 3 1 4 2 Redcliffs School site is large, not to be used any more, sheltered from wind. Sumner folks wanted a skate ramp initially so the other 2 sites in Sumner are ranked next. Scott Park is windy and horrible for all other users apart from sailors and windsurfers - the latter needing Scott park for Rigging.

Thanks for your feedback 512. 11332 3 1 2 4 I would like a larger park built and think there will be noise issues with Sumner Beach and Nayland Street. Redcliffs is close enough for Sumner skaters to bus, skate or ride to. Thanks for your feedback 513. 11331 2 1 4 3 Windsurfers at Scott Park overlooked again why do land base activities have to be based on waterfront areas between windsurfers yachts and walkers parking their cars their it’s already overcrowded, did your survey of the area not happen on windy days.

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66 514. 11330 3 1 4 2 After last year’s decision to turn our carpark into a freedom campers site. This year our ONLY launch site at Lyttelton harbour into another freedom camping site. Now you want to turn Scott park into a skate park. Does the council hate windsurfers and kitesurfers? It seen the council just want to piss us off. How about building us a club room not a skate park. A skate park a Scott Park is only going to encourage vandalism of our present resources. The carpark is overflowing on a busy day and that’s without a skate park being there. There is not enough carpark space as it is. The conclusion for me is that when the council has an election, I will be voting for anyone who is NOT in the council as the current people in charge just don’t listen to us. A vote of no confidence. Thank you for angering us again.

Thanks for your feedback There is no evidence to suggest that antisocial behaviour arises from skate parks. Skate and Recreation parks provide a sense of place for the community. Evidence indicates that ‘the lack of things for young people to do’ is more likely to lead to undesirable behaviour (Wood, Lisa (2011) Why consider skating and skateparks as a public health issue; a review of evidence. University of Western Australia). The Council discourages anti-social behaviour in public spaces it is responsible for, through Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).

515. 11323 1 Please select 4 2 It replaces what was already there Thank for your feedback. 516. 11322 2 4 3 1 Ease of access versus local nimbyism Thanks for your feedback. 517. 11321 2 3 4 1 I choose Sumner Beach as number one this site was looked at a few years ago but didn't progress. I think it is good visual site for safety reasons and is next to public toilets and water which is helpful. Number 2 is a good second option it would be nice to see this land used as it is a beautiful site and close for our children to get to on their skateboards. Thanks for your feedback.

518. 11319 1 3 4 2 This is where the kids in Sumner already skate and would be used, also far from any noise concerns and in the heart of Sumner community Thanks for your feedback. 519. 11317 2 3 4 1 would be unique to have a skate park right on the beach Thanks for your feedback. 520. 11314 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 521. 11311 2 1 4 3 Easy bus transport, close to a dairy. and there is lots of space for a skate park Thanks for your feedback. 522. 11310 1 3 4 2 1 Nayland St is the most accessible and central site. Its close parking and the bus stop which means kids from out of Sumner can also use the site. This would be beneficial for Stoked surf where I work as we sell skate gear, and the skate park would attract more people to Sumner. This would not only benefit our store but the surrounding stores as well. This would be a great place to keep their kids occupied while they visited the other stores and cafes around Sumner. The main benefit would be for the locals as so many of the kids around Sumner enjoyed the skate park while it was there.

2 Sumner Beach would still be a good option as it is still central and would benefit the locals as well as the business in Sumner. Sumner and Taylor's Mistake have a very strong surfing community which has been there since surfing became popular back in the 60s. Whenever the surf is flat most surfers take to the skate park. This was something that had been missing from Sumner for years up until the first ramp was made after the earthquakes. Not only did this keep the kids occupied, I also feel that it helped them get through a traumatic time through a common bond. Having the skate park by the beach is also a good option.

3 The Redcliffs site will not be as accessible for the Surfing kids in Sumner who were the main users of the first skate park. It would mean a bus trip or parents having to drop them off on an already traffic congested road. This would also be an issue for people coming from town as parking would be an issue as well. 4 Ferrymead would be too far to be of benefit for business or locals in the Sumner area. Thanks for your feedback Comments noted about Redcliffs site and parents having to drop off kids or using public transport.

523. 11309 1 3 4 2 Thanks for your feedback. 524. 11308 2 3 4 1 Ease of Access / Parking Thanks for your feedback. 525. 11307 1 3 4 2 Location proximity to Sumner village + favourable acoustics Thanks for your feedback.

67 526. 11304 1 2 3 4 The temporary ramp has been working well the past few years on Nayland street. With a solid concrete ramp there will less noise for residents nearby than the previous wooden ramps. In terms of crime prevention this would be the ideal spot as there would be a higher level of public surveillance from people using the area. Ferrymead would be a strange location. Redcliffs school could work next to the road. The Sumner beach location would remove valuable green space and create a break in the visual/physical continuity of the walkway/plantings/character that has been established. Thanks for your feedback.

Yes, concrete ramps are quieter than timber ramps. Comments noted around Sumner Beach. 527. 11300 2 3 4 1 I think it needs to be in Sumner rather than Redcliffs or Ferrymead. It's a great way to connect the local children together and by having it at the surf club, it's a chance to cross pollinate between the two similar sports. Thanks for your feedback 528. 11299 2 3 4 1 As I live in Sumner it would be good to have it nice and close. Also the old Sumner skate ramp was not far from both the Nayland street location and the Sumner beach location which would be good for the community as it was very popular. If it were to be in another location it would be hard for the Sumner kids to travel to get there Thanks for your feedback.

529. 11298 2 3 4 1 Closer for the Sumner youth to use. Close to the bus stop for kids from out of town to find. Close to the lifesaving club where other youth congregate for positive, outdoor activities. Not near any houses so hopefully will avoid complaints from pesky neighbours who don’t understand that skateboard riding is a part of Sumner kid’s village life. Thanks for your feedback. 530. 11297 1 3 4 2 Our family is closest to these locations and use the skate park a lot Thanks for your feedback. 531. 11296 2 4 3 1 Thanks for your feedback.

532. 11295 2 3 4 1 Need to keep local. Will have similar skate vibe to international beach destinations i.e. Sydney Thanks for your feedback. 533. 11294 2 2 3 1 Thanks for your feedback. 534. 11285 4 2 1 3 Rated in order of closeness Thanks for your feedback.