Northcote Resident Association to Challenge Skypath Consent
So it seems Skypath will be challenged in the Environment Court thanks to the Northcote Residents Association.
Northcote residents want SkyPath parking
Thursday 23 Jul 2015 1:08 p.m.
Opponents of Auckland’s planned SkyPath are challenging the project in the Environment Court today.
The $33 million walk and cycleway would clip underneath the Harbour Bridge, and cost the council nothing – instead paid for by users.
But Kevin Clarke of the Northcote Residents’ Association is alarmed there’s no plan for parking at the northern side of the bridge.
“With modifications and the type of modifications that we provided a long time, we believe it will work,” he told RadioLIVE.
“In fact, it will make it a much more functional tourism facility, which is what they claim that it is.”
SkyPath’s backers have said increasing parking at the northern end would only encourage more traffic. Instead, they want parking on local streets be restricted to residents only.
Well that was expected and is probably going to be costly as well.
Will have to see where this ends up.