Not Just a Storm in a Tea Cup Update

Consultation has concluded

Storm in a teacup

Council made a commitment to work with the community throughout this process, and this is the next step.

Thanks again to everyone who attended a workshop during February and March and also to those who posted their comments online.

About 150 people attended the workshops and shared a broad range of perspectives about flooding in the area.

In April the councillors and your Community Board met to consider your feedback and define the problem we're all trying to solve.

It's harder than it sounds!

It's really important we take the time (both Council and community) to define and agree on

Storm in a teacup

Council made a commitment to work with the community throughout this process, and this is the next step.

Thanks again to everyone who attended a workshop during February and March and also to those who posted their comments online.

About 150 people attended the workshops and shared a broad range of perspectives about flooding in the area.

In April the councillors and your Community Board met to consider your feedback and define the problem we're all trying to solve.

It's harder than it sounds!

It's really important we take the time (both Council and community) to define and agree on what the problem is.  By taking this considered approach our aim is not to miss opportunities for collecting information that can help achieve the right solutions.

Have we got the problem statements correct?

Consultation has concluded