Transform Manukau given Green Light Yesterday the Auckland Council Auckland Development Committee gave the green light for Panuku Development Auckland to begin the Transform Manukau urban renewal program that … Continue reading #Manukau City Centre – The Transform – A Series. #4: The Green Light is Given
Apologies folks on the lack of live Tweeting from the Auckland Development Committee with the Manukau Transform agenda being discussed today.
I can’t exactly tweet if Twitter decides to break itself which it did today for most of today.
Full report on Panuku and Transform Manukau tomorrow.
Auckland Development Committee to endorse the start of Manukau’s urban renewal program Today the Auckland Council Auckland Development Committee will give Panuku Development Auckland the go ahead to the … Continue reading #Manukau High Level Project Plan Goes Today. #TransformManukau
80km/h and narrow lanes area extended further south From NZTA: Lane changes extended either side of Takanini Interchange on SH1 The NZ Transport Agency says reduced lane widths on … Continue reading More Changes to Southern Motorway, Takanini Area as Upgrades Continue
An Update on the recladding issue From Auckland Council and presented with no comment: 135 Albert Street budget approved The council today approved a budget and project to replace … Continue reading So What is Going On With Council HQ – aka The Tower? #AKLPols
So how are things performing and where is the money being spent? From Auckland Council: Building consents, funding and cladding on the Finance and Performance agenda The council’s Finance … Continue reading Finance and Performance Committee – April 16 – Decision Digests #AKLPols
Panuku presents the Manukau High Level Project Plan Tomorrow at the Auckland Development Committee Panuku Development Auckland will be presenting the draft Manukau High Level Project Plan for endorsement. … Continue reading #Manukau City Centre – The Transform – A Series. #3: The Project Plan
More investment in rail, new north-south corridor Auckland Transport have released their findings into the recently consulted Transport for Future Urban Growth and what the submitters were favouring that … Continue reading So What Does Southern Auckland Want in Future Transport Investment? #MovingAuckland
No you are not required with insulation and heat pumps
From Auckland Council:
Beware of scam phone calls
Auckland Council is warning the public not to fall for a scam involving phone calls from people claiming to work for the council.
The scam claims that it is now a requirement for homes to have insulation and heat pumps, and asks people if their properties have these installed. It appears to be targeting the elderly, with the caller asking how long occupants have been in their homes.
The caller then attempts to organise an appointment to inspect the property.
General Manager Building Control, Ian McCormick, says, “Auckland Council does not require existing properties to have insulation and heat pumps installed in the ordinary course of events. Anyone contacting you about this is not associated with the council.
“If you are concerned or suspicious of anyone claiming to be from Auckland Council, ask for identification, or contact the council on 09 301 0101 to check.”
Auckland Council has informed police of the scam, and advises anyone who receives similar calls to do the same.
Panuku outlines the geography of Manukau On Thursday the Auckland Council Auckland Development Committee will meet to endorse (thus set in motion) the High Level Project Plan that will … Continue reading #Manukau City Centre – The Transform – A Series. #2: Leading Into the Project