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The February 2011 Christchurch earthquake  

was a powerful natural event that severely  

damaged New Zealand’s second-largest city and 

resulted in the loss of 185 lives.

The Christchurch Residential Red Zone was 

established, with the government making 

voluntary purchases of around 7,000 of the worst-

damaged properties in the east of the city.

Eastern Vision feedback was gathered and  

shared at evospace.co.nz. Eastern Vision is a group  

of community leaders committed to the future for  

east Christchurch communities. This feedback 

reflected support for recreational and sporting 

opportunities in the Residential Red Zone.

East Lake Trust was established, with the idea of 

creating a charitable trust as a vehicle to drive and 

promote the establishment of a community sport  

and recreation area in the Christchurch  

Residential Red Zone.

East Lake Trust encourages community 

involvement in the upcoming Christchurch 

Residential Red Zone consultation and  

feedback process.

The East Lake Trust was formed in response to strong public support 

for a water sports recreation area in the east of Christchurch.

Ahead of the Government’s planned consultation on the future of 

the Residential Red Zone later this year, the Trust is seeking support 

for a proposal to establish this community recreation area. 

The proposed area would be designed to complement existing 

natural assets such as the Port Hills (Christchurch Adventure Park), 

Hagley Park, coastline and Te Papa O-ta-karo.

The East Lake Trustees are volunteering time to lead this project 

that values community recreation and sporting participation, 

promoting access for all ages and levels of ability across Greater 

Christchurch.

www.sportcanterbury.org.nz/eastlake

East Lake



ABOUT

TIMELINE

FEB 

2011

JUN 

2011

AUG–OCT 

2014

SEPT 

2014

JUN 

2015

VISION

A DESTINATION FOR:

New Zealanders and visitors of all ages 

and abilities

Kayaking, rowing, waka ama, dragon 

boating, yachting, stand-up paddleboarding, 

cable wakeboarding, cycling and walking

Exploring the Avon River/O-ta-karo corridor

Showcasing  the ecology that  defines 

eastern Christchurch

THIS VENUE WILL:

Attract national and international events 

Inspire opportunities for reflection

Engage our young people through recreation, 

sport and leisure activities

Endow eastern Christchurch with a world 

class recreation area 

For the people of 

Greater Christchurch, 

our visitors, whanau 

and mātātahi to 

access world class 

sport and recreation 

opportunities – an 

unparalleled natural 

environment linking 

city to sea.

OPAWA

WOOLSTON

BROMLEY

DALLINGTON

CHRISTCHURCH

 

CBD

NEW BRIGHTON

BEXLEY

BURWOOD

SOUTH

 

SHORE

MT PLEASANT

EAST LAKE

EAST LAKE


David Goodman, Chair 

David is a member of  

Anderson Lloyd’s corporate and 

commercial team, advising on 

commercial, governance and 

corporate law matters. He has 

over 25 years’ experience as 

a lawyer in Christchurch and 

prior to that practised law in 

Wellington and London. 

 

Julyan Falloon 

Julyan is the Chief Executive 

of Sport Canterbury and also 

currently chairs the Sport  

and Recreation Leadership 

Group.  He has competed in 

representative football at 

provincial and national levels, 

holding sport management 

qualifications from  

both Canterbury and  

Massey Universities. 



Te Marino Lenihan 

Te Marino advocates for  

Maori resource management 

values and practices, including 

state of the environment 

monitoring and assessment, 

cultural impact assessment 

reporting, education,  

public relations and  

project management.



Craig Price

Craig is a Director and South 

Island Regional Manager at  

Beca Ltd, one of Asia Pacific’s 

largest multidisciplinary 

engineering and professional 

services consultancies.   

He is a Fellow of the Institution  

of Professional Engineers  

New Zealand and a Chartered 

Fellow of the New Zealand 

Institute of Directors.



Greg Urquhart 

Greg has a background in 

communications, marketing 

and sales (international and 

domestic), along with board 

experience on regional and 

national sporting bodies. 

Currently he is Business 

Development Manager for 

Christchurch IT firm  

Computer Concepts and on  

the organising committee for 

TEDx Christchurch.

Steve Wakefield 

Steve is a chartered accountant 

and partner in Deloitte focusing 

on governance and risk advisory 

services. He has over 30 years 

of business experience with the 

firm in New Zealand, Britain  

and the United States.  

He is a Fellow of the Institute 

of Chartered Accountants, 

a Chartered Member of the 

Institute of Directors, and a 

trustee and director on several 

community organisations.



EAST LAKE TRUSTEES

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST BY VISITING 

www.sportcanterbury.org.nz/eastlake

You can subscribe to receive updates throughout the public 

consultation process.

“A lake would mean more 

cycle tracks and places to go 

with friends and family.”



SAMUEL ROBB, MAIREHAU

“A lake would mean a world 

class training venue for 

generations to come.” 



ARLIA SCHURR, EDGEWARE 

“A lake would be fantastic 

for tourists, for biking and 

walking around, and enjoying 

a variety of water sports.”

BRAD HEMOPO, PAPANUI

THE CITY OF INSPIRATION



East Lake

FRESH WATER

DESTINATION

RECREATION

WATER SPORTS

TRAINING   

EAST  

COMMUNITY

CHRISTCHURCH  

RESERVE   

WHANAU

WORLD CLASS

INTERNATIONAL VISITORS

FLORA AND FAUNA   

CYCLEWAYS   

AWESOME


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