Posts Tagged ‘Monte Cecilia Park’

$15 million to relocate Monte Cecilia School

Monday, February 20th, 2017
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The cost for moving the Monte Cecilia Catholic school in Auckland is forecast to be $15,355,000. The school was relocated from Monte Cecilia as part of the development of Monte Cecilia Park and is now next to St John Vianney Church at 34 Whitmore Rd in Hillborough. The new site is built around three Modern Learning Read more

Monte Cecilia Park historic building loses Alk Council support

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

The fate of a historic Auckland building earmarked for restoration is up in the air. The Whare on the former Monte Cecilia Catholic School site in Hillsborough was spared from demolition under the presumption it could be utilised by the Puketapapa Local Board as a community facility. However, Auckland Council staff are now advising against its Read more

Residents near Monte Cecilia Park given notice to go

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

Residents living at the edge of Monte Cecilia Park in Auckland are frustrated and confused as to why their homes are being demolished to build a car park. Fourteen households in Auckland Council-owned rental properties have been given 90 days to find new homes in the city’s tight property market. The council has said it Read more

Auckland Council still intend to demolish Liston Village

Friday, October 9th, 2015

The Auckland Council says it is locked into a sale and purchase agreement made by the former Auckland City Council to purchase Liston Village from and the Catholic Diocese of Auckland. The deal involves progressively buying the Liston Village from the Catholic Church as units are vacated, expanding Monte Cecilia Park and rebuilding the Monte Read more

Liston Village under threat

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

25 pensioner units at Liston Village in Delargey Ave, Auckland, are under threat. Liston Village, owned by the Auckland Catholic diocese, could face demolition for parkland under a long-term plan for the development of Monte Cecilia Park. Puketapapa Local Board member, Michael Wood, said the local board was commissioning a report to investigate options to Read more