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From Auckland Council:
Future of Auckland Domain up for discussion
Auckland Council has released a draft 20-year master plan for the development of Auckland Domain and is inviting public discussion throughout February.
The plan, which includes cycleways, walkways, play spaces and new plantings, is focused on long-term stewardship, rather than radical change, according to Auckland Domain Committee Chair, Councillor Christine Fletcher.
“Auckland Domain is one of Auckland’s oldest, largest and most culturally significant parks, loved by generations of Aucklanders and home to the Auckland War Memorial Museum,” she says.
“We are responsible for the stewardship of this important civic asset for future generations and we need to ensure the space evolves to meet the needs of a wide range of users for the next 20 years. Feedback from Aucklanders is very important and I urge everyone to have a say while they can.”
Aucklanders can view the draft master plan and have their say by completing the online survey at www.shapeauckland.co.nz before 29 February 2016.
Copies of the master plan are available to view at the Parnell and Auckland Central libraries.
There will also be an open day on Saturday 13 February to discuss the draft Auckland Domain master plan. It will be held at the Cricket Pavilion, Grandstand Road, Auckland Domain, from 11am to 2pm.