Shaping Our Future
We provide a recognised process to analyse big issues & create community action
In May 2015 over 100 Queenstown Lakes District residents attended the Shaping our Future Transport Forum in Queenstown and Wanaka.
The Upper Clutha faces its own unique transport needs and or volunteer community taskforce has prepared a report outlining a long term vision and 7 key recommendations for Land, Air and Water Transport.
Attend the public forum on 4th May 2017, 6.30pm at the Lake Wanaka Centre or take our short survey to provide feedback.
We invite you to join us to provide feedback on the Shaping our Future Upper Clutha Transport Draft Report.
The purpose of our second forum is to get community buy in/consensus on the proposed vision and recommendations. We encourage you to read the full report (Executive Summary and Recommendations included below) prior to attending the forum.
Please feel free to forward this invitation to any of your contacts.
Venue: Lake Wanaka Centre, 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Date: Thursday 4th May, 6.30pm - 9.30pm
RSVP: Anita Golden at [email protected] or phone 021 222 1231
If you are not able to attend but would like to provide feedback please fill in our short survey available here.
The Upper Clutha Transport taskforce have worked through the information gathered at public forum, held discussions with local experts and considered the Queenstown Transport report. This report outlines the long term vision and recommendations towards achieving the vision.
The Upper Clutha is experiencing a period of growth in population, visitor numbers and development. By being proactive now to plan for our future we can ensure infrastructure needs keeps up with growth. Current projections for the Upper Clutha are:
Overall Vision and Land Transport:
“The Queenstown Lakes District has a functional, innovative, integrated, multi-modal and sustainable transport system that supports a thriving, healthy community and enhances the visitor experience.
Implementing this vision, the Upper Clutha will be open to change and new technologies, giving priority to initiatives that enhance connectivity and the character of the area."
Air Transport sub vision:
“Wanaka airport is a destination for high yielding innovative businesses creating a sustainable aviation hub for the region”
Water Use – Recreational and Commercial sub vision:
“To ensure the best possible user/visitor lake/waterway experience whilst preserving the natural beauty, water quality and environmental integrity of our most valuable asset.”
The following is a summary of the key recommendations proposed as steps towards achieving the vision. Further detail and information on each of the recommendations is available within the full report.
Read the Full Upper Clutha Transport Report
Over 120 people attended Shaping our Future Transport forum in Queenstown and Wanaka. A volunteer taskforce is currently working through the raw data to form a long term vision and key recommendations for the future of transport in Wanaka.
Shaping Our Future