If we were to get a new stadium….. The last few days has been a rather odd mix of stadiums, Watercare saying ‘save water’ as the Ardmore Treatment Plant … Continue reading Stadiums, Watercare and Housing Do Not Mix
Challenging Geography Question posed On Tuesday I caught up with Panuku Development Auckland team that is working on the Transform Manukau Project to receive an update after I had … Continue reading Auckland’s Centre of Gravity Moving South? Part 18 of the #TransformManukau Series
Auckland still cheap compared to other international cities There has been a few complaints about Auckland Transport hiking on-street parking prices for the City Centre and City Centre fringes. … Continue reading Parking Expensive? Nope
China’s issues prevalent to Auckland With the usual round of teeth gnashing after Auckland Transport hiked its City Centre parking fees towards $63/day (during the week) the question needs … Continue reading Parking: Do We Have A Supply or Management Problem?
Heavy and light rail give integrated solution With Mayor Len Brown defying Auckland Transport in stating a decision whether to go heavy or light rail to the Airport has … Continue reading Airport (Heavy) Rail Via Otahuhu + Botany Line: Our Airport Lines. A Redux
Making up for the last 5o years If you have been to the City Centre recently or even Northcote, Takapuna, Manukau and Onehunga the aura of change is definitely … Continue reading City Undergoes Largest Urban Renewal Program Ever Seen #BetterAuckland
New Precinct complex and CRL to get under way next year From the Office of the Mayor Len Brown City Rail Link to be built under Commercial Bay Mayor … Continue reading First Stage of CRL to be Built as Part of Precinct’s Commercial Bay Development #BetterAuckland
New paper suggests suburbs have more complex and beneficial relationships than urbanites might let on? I am currently reading Suburban Urbanites from UCLPress which looks differently at the role … Continue reading Suburbs: What Are Their Relationships within a City?
Report due back mid-2016 From Auckland Council Port Future Study consultants appointed A consortium of independent consultants has been selected to identify and evaluate options for the long term … Continue reading Future Port Study Consultants Appointed #AKLPols
Map from MRCagney shows we as a City have a lot of work to do Note: This is independent analysis from material put into the Public Domain by MRCagney … Continue reading Jobs Within 30 Minutes using Public Transport. Auckland Has a Lot of Work to Do #AKLPols