During the two terms Nicholas has been elected to the Upper Harbour Local Board he has achieved new informal recreation facilities, increased support for parks volunteers, and increased support for the circular economy.
Nicholas says: “I grew up in Upper Harbour; it is my backyard. I feel responsible for ensuring continued development includes all residents while preserving the area’s ecological and cultural heritage. Upper Harbour is an area of ecologically important forests, streams, and coastline; that connects the Hauraki Gulf with the Waitākere Ranges. Today many residents have migrated here from either overseas or within New Zealand; I want to continue to support them to connect with this place and their new neighbours”.
Having been elected when there were no progressive voices on the Board, Nicholas has now built an alliance of Green and Community Independent candidates, called Living Upper Harbour, to support positive green change in the 2022 election.
Vote Nicholas Mayne and
Living Upper Harbour
for Upper Harbour Local Board
Nicholas is seeking re-election as a Green supported candidate as part of Living Upper Harbour. Living Upper Harbour is a progressive ticket that supports Healthy Active Communities, Growing Green Space, Greater Transport Choices, and a Resilient Sustainable Economy.