More to the point how is the Government doing? A year ago Transport Minister Phil Twyford and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff would stand in front of a sizeable crowd at … Continue reading The ATAP One Year on, how is Auckland Doing?
How small projects deliver huge wins connecting communities Guest Post by David Hopkins Wouldn’t it be neat to be able to walk to shops, a cafe, train station or main … Continue reading Guest Post: Connecting Communities
More cranes for Manukau Exciting times for Manukau as more cranes are due to go up as even more projects get under way. Also an update on Airport to Botany … Continue reading #OurManukau Update: Feedback Due Again for A2B, Manukau Mall Expansion, and new Hotel notifed!
Getting there but… It is that time again where we read maps that struggle to illustrate the full story while wondering if Auckland Council reads their own spatial planning documents. … Continue reading Have Your Say on how Drury-Pukekohe will develop, Round 3 (I think). Also Plan Still Has Shortfalls
One mistake = OH CRAP! Late last month a Twitter conversation got going about how Urban Development is often held up by nit picking. Whether it be the example below … Continue reading I Am A Geographer, Planner, Designer and Citizen. The Rise of the Urban Simulator and All-Rounder
Residential Boom continues From the Office of the Mayor Phil Goff: Consents hit record high in Auckland Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says Auckland Council is on a recruiting drive for … Continue reading Record Consenting Levels In Housing Continue, More Staff Being brought in
Next round in spatial planning Round three of Structure Planning in the South will get underway this Friday. From Auckland Council: Drury and Pukekohe destined for major urban transformation Your … Continue reading Southern Auckland (Drury to Pukekohe) Structural Planning Due for More Public Feedback
Blog post wound back while I recover
Due to a shoulder injury blog posts will be scaled back this week as I rehab my right shoulder after I had rolled and broke it last week.
Talking Southern Auckland