Banks Peninsula Community Board
The Banks Peninsula Community Board represents 8,500 people including around 4,000 households and 1,400 businesses.
Community Board Profile
Community boards were created in 1989, and there are now about 110 across New Zealand. They carry out functions and exercise powers delegated to them by their councils.
There are six community boards within the Christchurch City Council area.
Local body elections for community board members and councillors are held every 3 years.
The community board’s main role is to:
- represent and advocate for the interests of its community.
- consider and report on all matters referred to it by the council, or any matter of interest to the board.
- maintain an overview of council services in the community.
- prepare an annual submission to the council for expenditure within the community.
communicate with community organisations and special interest groups within the community.
If you would like to contact the Community Board, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Banks Peninsula Profile
Luana Swindells – Luana.Swindells@ccc.govt.nz
Howard Needham – Howard.Needham@ccc.govt.nz
Tyrone Fields – email@example.com – Councillor for Banks Peninsula is also a member of the Board.