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Albert-Eden-Roskill residents urged to have their say on 10-year Budget

Published: 6 March 2018

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Albert-Eden-Roskill residents urged to have their say on 10-year Budget

Albert-Eden and Puketāpapa local boards are keen to hear from residents on a range of priorities and projects they are committing to and advocating for as a part of Auckland Council’s 10-year Budget. These priorities will shape our neighbourhoods now and in the future.  

As part of this consultation, the local boards want to know what you think of their priorities and key local advocacy projects for the 2018/19 financial year.

Priorities for Albert-Eden Local Board

  • Provide funding to the community to identify, maintain and care for notable trees
  • Work with neighbouring local boards and community groups to develop joint management plans for Te Auaunga / Oakley Creek and Waititiko / Meola Creek
  • Investigate the creation of a cycling and walking connection between St Lukes and Greenlane train station
  • Support local businesses to implement sustainable practices, such as alternatives to putting fat and oil down drains, or reducing plastic bag usage
  • Advocate for a replacement aquatic centre in Albert-Eden and for an investigation into a replacement indoor multi-sport facility at Gillies Avenue, Epsom.

Priorities for Puketāpapa Local Board

  • Improve community facilities like the Waikōwhai Coastal Walkway, Keith Hay Park and Harold Long / Fearon Park
  • Plan for future development at Monte Cecilia, Mt Roskill War Memorial, Waikōwhai and Margaret Griffen parks and greenways
  • Support young people to get into work and to participate in decision making through training programmes and participation in the Puketāpapa Youth Panel
  • Continue the restoration of Te Auaunga / Oakley Creek catchment with naturalisation projects, installing markers and building a fale shelter to encourage neighbourhood understanding and connection to the awa
  • Build pride in cultural diversity by providing programmes and events that celebrate the diversity of Puketāpapa and help create a unique local identity.

Have your say before 28 March

Visit and read the consultation document before providing your feedback.

How to give your feedback

Hardcopies: You can visit your local library, service centre or local board office to pick up a consultation document and feedback form.

Online: Visit to have your say and for access to all consultation materials

Social media: Comments made through the following channels will be received as feedback

Twitter: comments using @aklcouncil and #akhaveyoursay

Facebook: posts on using #akhaveyoursay


We want to hear your views so please come talk to us in person at any of the following events or meetings in the month of March.

Albert-Eden Local Board

Monday 12 March, 6-8 pm, Mount Albert Community and Leisure Centre, 773 New North Road, Mt Albert

Tuesday 20 March, 6-8pm, Mt Eden War Memorial Hall, 489 Dominion Rd, Mt Eden.

Puketāpapa Local Board

Thursday 22 March, 6-8pm, Fickling Centre, 546 Mt Albert Road, Mt Albert.