Breakfast Point, Sydney: What Large-Scale Development Can Look Like

2 Responses to “Breakfast Point, Sydney: What Large-Scale Development Can Look Like”

  1. John Archer Says:

    This was the kind of image we had originally for Rangiora Main Street. A user friendly, aesthetically pleasing and pratical soution for the town centre o Rangiora. All the hum drum and politcal mashinations have left Rangioras mainstreet a parking area with with very little ambiance that it deserves. Or perhaps the people of Rangiora feel they don’t deserve a pleasant Town Centre. There needs to be some future gazing as to the solution for the parking and to educate people to use their feet a bit more. A parking building maybe the next big ticket requirement for Rangiora.

  2. John Archer Says:

    Rating for the pool in Rangiora. Peronally I feel it should be a district wide rating for the Rangiora Pool. In saying this I wold presume the peple of Rangiora would be equally inclined to a district wide rating for a new Community Centre building in Woodend, an architectural upgrade for the indoor pool facility in Kaiapoi etc. The Rangiora Pool will take the pressure off the Kaiapoi aquatic centre and allow it to service its township and I do find it small minded of the Council to not look at the big picture. It has appeared that in the past the pendulum swung in the favour of Rangiora but has become a bit over corrected at the moment. We do need to foster some sort of district wide team building to remove envy and percieved favourtism.

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