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Road is finally
lined with trees
Old and new: Albert Eden Local Board
member Graeme Easte stands between
established Pohutakawa trees and a newly
planted one on Pt Chevalier Rd.
Photo: HANNAH SPYKSMA
By HANNAH SPYKSMA
Pohutukawa should be blooming in
summer along a prominent urban road
to the beach.
Almost two decades after the idea
was first mooted Pt Chevalier Rd is
now fringed by the native trees, which
stretch the length of the street.
While half of the thoroughfare was
planted in the late 1990s it is only in
the last week that the final 16 trees
have been set out.
Eventually we ll have ourselves an
avenue, Albert Eden Local Board
member Graeme Easte says.
He helped consult the community
when the project was first envisioned
by the then Auckland City Council in
The project initially cost the West-
ern Bays Community Board $80,000 in
But planting the remainder of the
trees was stalled for several years
because of complications in changing
the powerlines in Pt Chevalier from an
overhead to an underground system.
It s a project Mr Easte has been
determined to see through, despite the
decade long delay.
Funding for the final 16 trees was
part of the former board s left over
finances when the supercity merge
took place last year.
It has become a legacy project for the
new Albert-Eden board.
Although $99,000 was allocated to
the incoming board to complete the
project, Mr Easte says the cost has
been significantly less.
He rounds the figure for the 16 trees
to about $85,000.
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