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Takapuna carpark consultation open

Published: 8 August 2017
Councillors Chris Darby and Richard Hills at the Anzac Street carpark.

You can now have your say on the proposed change of use for the Anzac Street carpark in Takapuna.

The 250-space carpark at 40 Anzac Street is one of the key sites in central Takapuna that Panuku Development Auckland plans to redevelop.

The vision

The vision for the Anzac Street carpark site is to create a mix of new homes, businesses and well-designed public open spaces, with laneways linking to Hurstmere Road, Hurstmere Green and the beach beyond.

It is envisaged that part of the Gasometer site between Northcroft, Huron and Auburn streets would also be redeveloped into a multi-level 450-space carpark to provide current and future parking.

How to have your say

Visit to make a submission and for ongoing project information.  Submissions close on Monday 4 September. 

Panuku is holding two public information sessions at the Takapuna Boating Club (39 The Strand):

  • Wednesday 16 August - 5.30pm-7.30pm
  • Saturday 19 August - 10.30am-12.30pm

Next steps

After the consultation, hearings will be held before a final decision is made by Auckland Council's Planning Committee later in the year. To ensure the successful and inclusive planning of the area's new public spaces, uses and activities, Panuku will continue to work with the community on any future changes.

North Shore Ward Councillor Richard Hills says he wants Takapuna to become a strong example of how urban regeneration can successfully re-energise and enliven places and their surrounding communities.

"I encourage all local residents and visitors to the area to submit and be a part of this massive opportunity for Takapuna. This development will no doubt bring challenges but will bring many more positive outcomes such as more useable open spaces, new homes, jobs and better connections to the beach."

Fellow North Shore Ward Councillor Chris Darby says: "This site is the crossroads between the east and west of Takapuna Centre. Currently a soulless carpark, there is potential for this area to become the heart of community life through revitalisation."