Raglan’s Wainui Road to be reconstructed

13 October 2016
Raglan road

Work has started to reconstruct Raglan’s Wainui Road.

Residents have been visited by Council’s roading team with a set of plans which outline the six week project which is due to finish mid-November, weather depending.

The roading team wanted to do the work before peak summer time and will also leave the site in a good, free-flowing usable condition over Labour weekend at the end of October.

The work site starts just before the bridge by the Wainui Bush Reserve and finishes at the intersection of Te Ahiawa Road.

The work will be split in two parts to ensure as little disruption as possible to residents and road users. The aim is to work on the upper section from Te Ahiawa Road to east of Ngarunui Beach Road first before then progressing to the bridge by the Wainui Bush Reserve.

For more information please contact:

Teresa Hancock

Communications Advisor

Waikato District Council

07 824 8633 Extn: 5649

027 889 3084