Congratulations to Kingsland’s businesses on working with the Auckland City Council to set up a Kingsland Business Association ahead of the Rugby World Cup in just two years (Rugby unites businesses, September 2).
The business association model funded by local commercial ratepayers has been very successful throughout Auckland city.
With more than 65,000 visitors expected in Auckland for the last two weeks of the world’s third largest sporting event, Kingsland needs some well-resourced collective muscle to put its best foot forward.
Congratulations to all those involved in getting the Kingsland businesses and property owners on board before next year’s local vote on a targeted rate to form an association.
As a Pt Chevalier resident and patron of Kingsland, let me know if you want another door-knocker.