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Projects // East x East

Youngsters on whizzing wheels have given quake hit Burwood's newest pump track a resounding double thumbs up.

Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration Megan Woods, who officially opened the pump track, praised the project as a great way of “getting the red zone pumping” and bringing people back into the area.

"We’re standing in places that were once people’s homes, people’s backyards, where people did play and enjoy their lives and we now have an opportunity to make that into a new space where people can play and enjoy.”

Christchurch city councillor Glenn Livingstone said the park was “fabulous for the children”.

The Life in Vacant Spaces trust temporarily took over management of the site and director Jane Gregg said they wanted to transform the land from a “visual barrier” into a more usable, accessible space.

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