The projects are a new link road between Gills Road and Oteha Valley Road, a new link road between Medallion Drive and Fairview Avenue and an upgrade of the Dairy Flat Highway between Stevenson Crescent and Gills Road.
Mayor Phil Goff is thrilled with Housing First's progress over four months that has seen 150 people supported into 93 permanent homes across Auckland.
Proposals to develop structure plans for thousands of homes and jobs in Auckland’s northern and southern areas and planning for mass transit has the go-ahead from Auckland Council.
Auckland Council has started its three-yearly revaluation of all Auckland properties, to update the information used to determine the value of rateable properties.
From business development to cycle ways, the City Rail Link, the waterfront, parks improvements, growing transport options and not to mention housing - it is full on downtown.
The $300 million of new funding provided through the Housing Infrastructure Fund will unlock housing development in Auckland's north-west via investment in transport, wastewater and stormwater projects earmarked by Auckland Council as priority, fast-track initiatives.
You can now complete every step of the building and resource consenting process online.
The city’s redevelopment agency, Panuku Development Auckland, outlined the key moves needed to achieve the vision for a revitalised town centre that becomes a place for people and enterprise to thrive.
Around 137,000 homes and 70,000 jobs will come through the refreshed strategy, almost half of which is proposed to be development ready over the next 10 years.
The Auckland Design Manual has introduced a new tool to help architects and designers cater for people of all physical abilities and stages of life when they are designing buildings and public spaces.