Kiosk open for use
Kendyl Sullivan updates readers on PBA activities.
Our Shop Local 2017 Voucher Booklet will be delivered to over 12,000 households at the end of March. Additional copies of the booklet will be at our office, at participating businesses, and online at shoplocalpukekohe.co.nz. There are some awesome deals that businesses are offering so we encourage you all to make the most of them. Every voucher redeemed puts you in the draw to win $500 so make sure you fill out your details so we know how to contact you if you are one of our winners.
Our information kiosk is now up and running again. There is an opportunity for local community groups to advertise upcoming events on the kiosk, please contact us for more information. The kiosk is now covered by more extensive CCTV surveillance so we hope there will be no more issues of vandalism. The kiosk also has free access to our website for information about Pukekohe.
The business association is more than happy to answer questions about the local area, we also have maps, timetables, and pamphlets available free from our office. We also fund the free wi-fi in King St and down at The Zone for people with mobile devices. Feel free to send people to us if they need assistance.
The local bus circuits have been running since the end of 2016 and numbers are steadily increasing. This service is a positive for Pukekohe enabling people from across the town, district and beyond to make their way to the different commercial areas of Pukekohe. With the growth across Franklin, public transport is an affordable and easy way to get around.
AUCKLAND ANNUAL PLAN
This is open for submissions until March 27 - we encourage our local businesses, landlords, and residents to take a look at the proposed changes and submit feedback. The PBA makes regular submissions – you can read all about our latest submissions on our website.