Otago Peninsula Community Board

The Otago Peninsula Community Board represents your local community and advocates to Dunedin City Council about local issues, including public transport and facilities such as libraries and parks. The board is made up of six members. This is a single transferable vote (STV) election, so you vote by ranking the candidates on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Otago Peninsula Community Board election.

Jobs and economy

Many councils help support local business and economic development. Some promote tourism in their area, or provide business support services and grants.

Jobs and economy

Many councils help support local business and economic development. Some promote tourism in their area, or provide business support services and grants.

  • Focus on infrastructure in South Dunedin. Redivert water pipes from Kaikorai to Green Island.

    Consistent maintenance of rural roads.

    Explore the idea of ferry access from Port Chalmers to Tairoa Head for international cruise visitors. The current round trip is too long.

  • Work with local community groups and businesses for local markets and events.

    Work with local businesses and industries for input into future infrastructure upgrades.

  • Increase destination market days in the peninsula villages to encourage a circular economy.

    Work with council to lobby for public transport timetables that meet key departure times for tour operators, reducing individual vehicle travel.

  • Focus on infrastructure in South Dunedin. Redivert water pipes from Kaikorai to Green Island.

    Consistent maintenance of rural roads.

    Explore the idea of ferry access from Port Chalmers to Tairoa Head for international cruise visitors. The current round trip is too long.

  • Work with local community groups and businesses for local markets and events.

    Work with local businesses and industries for input into future infrastructure upgrades.

  • Increase destination market days in the peninsula villages to encourage a circular economy.

    Work with council to lobby for public transport timetables that meet key departure times for tour operators, reducing individual vehicle travel.