Confidence in the South There was an article over at Newsroom about Social Procurement delivering major social wins in South and West Auckland. You can see the article here: Social … Continue reading #OurManukau Regeneration Demonstrates Strength with $500m Construction Pipeline
Train route still short by 15km The Auckland to Hamilton Corridor is about 140km long (100km if going from Papakura to Te Rapa which is where most studies focus). The … Continue reading Inter-Regional Spatial Planning Agreement Formalised (Auckland-Hamilton)
Good to see the Pause though on rezoning On Tuesday the Auckland Council Planning Committee signed off three years of work that would bring about the Southern Auckland set of … Continue reading Council and Central Government Still Need to Learn the Japanese Technique of Building Infrastructure Ahead of any Developments in Southern Auckland
Please read if you use Puhinui Station Today Auckland Transport sent out word that Puhinui Station is set to close next month until early 2021. This is because the station … Continue reading Puhinui Station to Close (until 2021). Marks Physical Start of Airport to Botany Works
The role of the Lotter, the Human Recharge Stations and how Urban Geography “recycling” repurposes “stuff” for cities and even the regions Builders, Lotters and Modders. Urban Geography. Urban Simulators. … Continue reading The Human Recharge Stations and the Role of the Lotter. What Did You Just Utter?
There is a but Ever wonder how to lobby or advocate your Local Board, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport or Panuku for some local transit, walking/cycling upgrades or a Town Centre … Continue reading How to Successfully Advocate for Local Transit in Your Community or City
You can not control what you do not own With the news of the City Rail Link to cost an extra $1 billion and Council needing to pick up half … Continue reading Are (Low Ball) Asset Sales Hindering our Desire Quality Urban Environments? A City Rail Link Funding Saga
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?
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