Shoreline Adaptation Plans

Where

Pakuranga Library, 7 Aylesbury Street, Pakuranga, Auckland 2010

This is an in person community engagement event for the Tamaki River Inlet and Bucklands Beach to Pine Harbour Shoreline Adaptation Plans.

Beautification Trust and the Auckland Council Shoreline Adaptation Plan team will be at this event. Look out for the Auckland Council banners on the day!

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When

Saturday 16 March 2024
10am-12pm



Where

Ark in the Park, 35 Falls Road, Waitākere, Auckland 0781

This is an in person community engagement event for the Whatipu to South Head Shoreline Adaptation Plan.

Ecomatters Environmental Trust, Forest and Bird, and the Auckland Council Shoreline Adaptation Plan team will be at this event. Look out for the Auckland Council banners on the day!

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When

Saturday 16 March 2024
1pm-4pm



Where

Pakuranga Sailing Club, Bramley Drive, Farm Cove, Auckland

Rotary River Carnival event

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When

Sunday 17 March 2024
11am-3pm



Where

Panmure Yacht and Boating Club, 104 Kings Rd, Panmure, Auckland

Panmure Yacht and Boating Club Open Day

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When

Sunday 17 March 2024
11am-2pm



Where

Te Whare Ora, Uxbridge Centre, Howick, Auckland

Coffee, Coastlines and Korero - public forum event.

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When

Saturday 23 March 2024
10am-12pm



Where

Eastern Beach, Auckland

Beach BBQ pop up at Eastern Beach (end of the esplanade by the carpark)

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When

Saturday 30 March 2024
11am-2pm



Cost

Free

Contact

Shoreline Adaptation Plan Team
shorelineadaptationplans@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
027 235 1190

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Love your coast? Help us plan for the future of our shorelines. 

Our ~3,200km of diverse and dynamic shorelines are regularly impacted by coastal hazards and a changing climate. We need to plan now for the future of our coasts. 

We’re developing Shoreline Adaptation Plans (SAPs) across the region to adapt and sustainably manage Auckland Council owned land and assets in partnership with local iwi and communities.

To ensure that our plans take the needs of local communities into account, we want to work with you on their development to ensure each plan is reflective of your community's values.  

Have your say on what matters most when it comes to planning for our shorelines by: 

  • Visiting AK Have Your Say and checking out which plans are open for feedback, and telling us what you value about your coastlines via local in person events or/ and online engagement opportunities. 
  • Leaving a comment on our regional digital mapping tool,  Social Pinpoint
  • Visiting Shoreline Adaptation Plans at Auckland Council to learn more about this programme, timeframes, and next steps as we move through our regional rollout of Shoreline Adaptation Plans for Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland
  • Come along to one of our upcoming events listed here! Click on the event to see which Shoreline Adaptation Plan it relates to, noting there are many more to come as we progress through our regional rollout of remaining plans (each SAP is supported by 3-4 in person events). 

What to expect at our person events:

To ensure each Shoreline Adaptation Plan reflects the values of local communities, we will be running a series of in-person events in each remaining Shoreline Adaptation Plan area. 

At each event, we will be aiming to understand:

  • What do you do at the coast? (walk, access the harbour, fish, swim etc)
  • Which shoreline is special to you? Why is this shoreline area important to you?
  • What beaches or parks do you visit? Why?
  • What do you know about this area that you want us to consider?
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