Council Annual Budget due for consultation in February That time of year again when Auckland Council goes about setting its Annual Plan aka the Budget for the next cycle. From … Continue reading Annual Plan 2019/2020 Set For Consultation. $2.5b Capital Expenditure including $1.2b on Transport
Still most are Brownfield developments Housing continues to perform strongly on the back of news residential construction is finally matching population growth while slowly clearing out the 48,000 housing deficit. … Continue reading October 2018 sees Second Highest Consenting for New Housing, Over 10,000 Completed thus far in 2018
Something is smouldering but it has not set the smoke alarm off just yet It is a case of multiple but parallel threads all moving together before they start intertwining … Continue reading NZTA Have NOT Ruled Out Starting City Centre to Mangere Light Rail from Airport End First, Queen Street End won’t start until AFTER 2021
Expanding the Car Free Queen Street idea South! After the fanfare over the last two days of Queen Street to be car free next year (see: Auckland Council Moves Towards Car … Continue reading Access 4 Everyone: Manukau and Papakura
Trial on car free Queen Street and other Centre’s streets to start next year Progress in the last Planning Committee of Auckland Council for 2018 with the trial of making … Continue reading Auckland Council Moves Towards Car Free Queen Street + OTHER Centres too
South and West Auckland have no identity to the Auckland City Centre. Does Not Mean the South is not Busy though… This weekend, they’re putting a temporary barrier at the … Continue reading Access 4 Everyone (A4E) Means Well, But City Centre-Centric Focus Risk Alienating Sub Regions?
Sentences too light for illegal trash dumpers From the Office of the Mayor Phil Goff: Mayor Goff calls for harsher penalties on illegal dumpers Mayor Phil Goff has welcomed Auckland … Continue reading Goff Calls for Harsher Penalties Against Repeat Dumpers
Latest Monthly figures from Auckland Council From Auckland Council’s Research and Evaluation Unit (RIMU): Auckland Monthly Housing Update for November Auckland Council’s Research and Evaluation Unit (RIMU) has released its … Continue reading September 2018 Auckland Housing Update
Consortium has not done their homework The Waterfront Stadium Consortium today presented to the Auckland Council Planning Committee on their proposal. They even brought in a three dimensional mock up … Continue reading Auckland Councillor Newman and Other Councillors Put Heat on Waterfront Stadium Proposal
People front and centre at the heart of Auckland in its City Centre Transformation Today Auckland Council led by the Mayor Phil Goff laid down the challenge to making Auckland … Continue reading Auckland City Centre Transformation – Putting the People First!