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Two empty houses won’t hide two years of inaction on housing

Wednesday, 20 February 2019, 10:09 am | Gwynn Compton

Mayor Gurunathan’s finding of two empty Housing New Zealand properties in Kāpiti won't hide two years of inaction and failed leadership from him on housing affordability and social housing, says Kāpiti Coast mayoral candidate Gwynn Compton. More >>

House sale delay a small step in right direction

Thursday, 14 February 2019, 10:43 am | Gwynn Compton

Mayoral candidate Gwynn Compton says news Kāpiti Coast District Council is set to delay the sale of at least one Council owned house by up to six months is an important step for ensuring locals aren’t forced out of Kāpiti. More >>

End of roading boom highlights need for new economic plan

Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 10:28 am | Gwynn Compton

Kāpiti Coast mayoral candidate Gwynn Compton says concerns raised by Infrastructure New Zealand and Civil Contractors New Zealand about the drop off in work following the end of major roading infrastructure projects are particularly relevant to Kāpiti, ... More >>

Sale slow down a win for people over balance sheets

Friday, 8 February 2019, 9:23 am | Gwynn Compton

Kāpiti Coast mayoral candidate Gwynn Compton says the news Kāpiti Coast District Council is slowing down its housing sale while the family involved can be found suitable accommodation is a clear sign that Council needs a new focus on people rather than ... More >>

NZTA must review Peka Peka interchange decision

Friday, 1 February 2019, 9:31 am | Gwynn Compton

Mayoral candidate Gwynn Compton says the New Zealand Transport Agency's community meeting in Te Horo about the scrapping of the Peka Peka interchange has only served to highlight how deeply flawed their decision was and is calling for it to be urgently ... More >>

Resigned acceptance of Peka Peka decision not good enough

Friday, 25 January 2019, 9:26 am | Gwynn Compton

Kāpiti mayoral candidate Gwynn Compton says the New Zealand Transport Agency’s decision to cancel the Peka Peka interchange is frustrating and has called out current Mayor Gurunathan’s timid response to the news as not good enough. More >>

 

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