The campaign is also paying for large digital outdoor advertising boards to prompt public visits to its website in support of the concert application. "Eden Park Trust would contribute the Eden Park site in return for management rights to the new stadium.". Sage acknowledged stadium matters would be considered at the next Auckland Council Planning Committee meeting. As New Zealand moves from crisis to recovery mode the need to support local industry has been brought into sharp relief. An Eden Park spokesman confirmed to the Herald that on Sunday Rakich and his girlfriend Maryam Matti landed a helicopter on the sports ground where he had an elaborate surprise waiting. The cards include pictures of international music acts like Elton John who could supposedly play at the stadium if Eden Park gets its way.
$1.8 billion waterfront stadium proposal on shaky ground as council planning chairman hints feasibility work won't be funded. "$4m is a substantial sum of money and we've only just confirmed our 10-year budget, as of June 30 this year," Darby said. "Even if we decide now that we don't actually need a world-class stadium in Auckland, which itself beggars belief, sooner or later Aucklanders are going to say that's unacceptable and there will then be a need to build a stadium, and suddenly the cost would have gone up from zero dollars to, in today's terms, probably circa $1.8b.".
It didn’t take long for the special moment to go viral either. But Darby rubbished the stadium proposal's "free" tag.
A $1.8 billion Auckland waterfront stadium is proposed for Bledisloe Wharf, which is currently used by Ports of Auckland. The billboards and video are highly unusual for a consent application for events affecting one community in a city. Hart's cards claim 85 percent of locals support the concerts, after a trust-organised survey a year ago, but the methodology has previously been questioned, with doubts over how far afield the 'locals' came from. Our journalists, experts and former leaders say Ardern has won an unprecedented mandate. Reader donations are critical to what we do. "We weren't expecting to have a response to our request there and then on the day, but we are now wanting one," he said. As the humans take their last chance to go to the ballot box, the birds are just starting their campaign, it’s looking like a fierce one. The results speak for themselves.
“Landed in Eden Park blindfolded in a Helicopter and then walked over to a huge pink box. Concerts, unlike major sports events, take weeks of stage construction and up to 200 movements and the unpacking of 50 containers day and night. Here’s to the future!”, It’s not the first time Rakich has showered his wife-to-be with a lavish display of love. While Eden Park Trust had a loan underwritten by Auckland Council, the consortium suggested that could be factored into the development deal "to ensure the council is not out of pocket". She also credits her fitness fanatic husband-to-be with helping her make a safe and healthy body transformation in which she lost 6kg in just 12 weeks on one of his plans. Last week, Auckland Waterfront Consortium's Michael Sage, a partner at the law firm Simpson Grierson, said the private consortium wanted Auckland Council, along with the Government, to enter into a feasibility study to see if the "free" proposal was achievable. Planning committee chairman Chris Darby says council is not in the business of forking out $4 million once its budget has been set. It has launched a PR campaign to boost submissions in favour of concerts before the April 3 cut-off and is clearly aiming to paint opposition to concerts as being from a small and vocal minority. Eden Park opted for the application to be publicly notified to ensure public could have their say. Twitter: @tmurphynz, One of Auckland's most controversial planning proposals is open to public submissions. One of its investments will be a large screen at the eastern end of the ground, which with attached sound barriers, would replace the park's consent obligation from as far back as 2011 to block noise to those residential blocks up the hill. This article originally appeared on the New Zealand Herald and has been republished with permission. It is not clear how the extended City Rail Loop works could affect the heightened need for western line train services for a Friday commute coupled with an estimated 40 percent of a 50,000 crowd using rail to get to Eden Park. "I've said to our staff there is a body of work to be undertaken at some point and that is the planning of the waterfront land that is currently occupied by an operational port," he said.
"So if Eden Park was restructured, or possibly even liquated, then that land would most likely belong to council. Learn more about proposed operational parameters including traffic, lighting, sound and more.
The Eden Park application says weeknight concerts would be limited to 50,000 people and a 10.30 pm finish - Saturdays and Sundays of long weekends would finish by 11pm and be limited to 60,000. "There are some things which could foreclose this project if we don't get into the standstill position on them pretty quickly – the obvious one is the car park that Ports of Auckland (POAL) is about to start building on Bledisloe Wharf, which is an abomination. He writes about politics, Auckland, and media. Josef Rakich normally posts videos about fitness but this time he's doing something a little different. Together the pair tug on a white ribbon to open the gargantuan gift. There are two resident groups: one, the Eden Park Residents group friendly to the trust and led by Jose Fowler and the other formed 15 years ago, the Eden Park Neighbours Association led by Mark Donnelly.
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But that’s not all: “Will you marry me?” is stamped across the pricey car’s windshield and footage shows Matti turning back to her partner, who has swiftly gone down on one knee to present her with a ring. The application predicts up to seven days of set-up and three days of packing up. After a lot of planning, secret meetings with his buddies, secretly buying a new pink car and working with the people over at New Zealand's biggest stadium (Eden Park), he's ready to propose to his girlfriend Mimi. The park will have to justify noise levels - which for concerts would normally occur in summer when the surrounding neighbourhood homes could expect to have windows open - that would be greater than lower volume, weekend and often winter events for the biggest sports crowds. "It's a disgraceful proposition to put something like that on our waterfront and there is simply no immediate need for it.". FORGET a bottle of champers and getting down on one knee. Since then, the consortium has received no firm indication of what is going to happen next, Sage told Stuff. Graduating uni student wows crowd with surprise marriage proposal.
"We never, ever heard prior to that any suggestion that we should set aside $4m for such a study, we never had those submissions and then just three or four months later ... we're getting a request for $4m. However, industry observers believe the total number of concerts in Auckland would not increase - instead Eden Park would try to snare bookings currently headed to Mt Smart and Western Springs.