de Jardine, Margaret
In 1988, Margaret de Jardine and other residents in the Birdwood Ave area made a joint objection to reclamation of the foreshore, within the harbour. The reclamation was to be used for the construction of modules for the Maui B project.
Stage one of the reclamation took place, however the modules were constructed elsewhere. Correspondence and newspaper articles regarding the reclamation.
1) Port Taranaki Publicity pack produced in November 1979 – containing;
Statement of corporate purposes and objectives.
Port Taranaki New Zealand's Western Gateway, brochure.
Westgate (official newsletter of the Taranaki Harbour Board March 1988
2) Taranaki Harbour Board 'Open Letter to the Community', copies of which were distributed to residences in the Birdwood Ave area, regarding an application for foreshore reclamation in the port to be used for the fabrication of Maui B modules. Includes envelope addressed 'To The Householder'
3) Letter dated 29 July 1988, from Reeves Middleton Young, Solicitor's of New Plymouth containing a joint objection to the proposed reclamation, on behalf of residents in the area.
4) Letter dated 2 September 1988 from Topside Construction Joint Venture to Margaret De Jardine re a Public Meeting held at the New Plymouth Cruising Club. With envelope.
5) Letter dated 7 September 1988, from Reeves Middleton Young re objection. Includes envelope.
6) Letter dated 8 September 1988, from Topside Construction Joint Venture to M H de Jardine re Maui B Topside Module Project. Includes envelope.
7) Letter dated 13 September 1988, from New Plymouth City Council to C B Wilkinson (acting for Reeves Middleton Young re Town and Planning Act and the Port Reclamation Proposal - giving notice of hearing the objectives.
8) Objections to the Proposed Variation No 1 to Reviewed District Scheme, compiled by the New Plymouth City Council.
9) Newspaper clippings relating to the proposal, 5 -7 October 1988
10) Letter dated 16 September 1988, from Reeves Middleton Young to Miss M H de Jardine re hearing of objections.