Our PRGI team has been busy working on the CCTV project since our public meeting in November 2023. The progress has been encouraging, and we're excited to share some amazing news with you!
Sovereign Palms Leads the Way
Firstly, we're thrilled that Sovereign Palms has successfully set up their first CCTV site. This sets a great precedent for us, as we're collaborating with the same team and coordinating with the Police and Waimakariri District Council (WDC) to ensure a seamless integration into the national CCTV network.
Thank you to Super Liquor Pegasus
A HUGE thank you to the incredible generosity of Simran and Raj Sandhu from Super Liquor Pegasus with their significant contribution of $5,000 towards the project.
We are delighted to announce that Simran’s generous donation allows us to start Phase 1 of the project.
The budget for this phase is $10,000-12,000 and we still need to raise funds for the remaining amount (see below). Please note - for security reasons, we will not disclose the exact locations of the CCTV installations.
We aim to have the first CCTV location up and running by mid-March. This marks a significant step forward in enhancing the security and safety of our community.
How You Can Contribute
We still need to fund the remainder of the Phase 1 budget. Your support is crucial for the success of this project.
North Canterbury Neighbourhood Support, a recognised Trust, is managing the collection of donations into a dedicated bank account on our and the communities behalf.
To make a donation, please transfer funds to the following account details. Every contribution, big or small, makes a difference.
Pegasus CCTV Project bank account:
North Canterbury Neighbourhood Support
Please use your name as a reference.
We will continue to keep you informed on the progress of this project. Follow our Facebook page or visit the news site of this website to stay in the loop.
Your involvement and support are what make these initiatives possible.
We would like to thank Ken Eccles, North Canterbury Neighbourhood Support, the Police and Waimakariri District Council (WDC) for their wonderful help and support thus far.