Auckland Council | 10 Years Together

This month marks a decade since the eight councils of the Auckland region were merged.

Auckland's water story 10 years on

Managing our network of pipes for benefit of the region.

AT chief executive welcomes 10 years of transformation

Shane Ellison, Chief Executive of Auckland Transport, writes about the region's biggest transport achievements since council amalgamation.

Positive results continue following consolidation

Following the amalgamation of the region’s eight legacy councils in 2010, Auckland Council’s Animal Management unit is now the largest animal control unit in Australasia.

Meet the people taking care of Auckland's environment

Across the region, Auckland Council teams are dedicated to managing our natural spaces, protecting native plants and animals and tackling pests.

Protecting our natural environment 10 years on

Auckland’s unique natural environment makes it a spectacular and special place to live with easy access to beaches, harbours, parks, and bush.

$2 billion value of savings over 10 years

Finance and Performance Chair, Councillor Desley Simpson, reflects on how finances have fared since amalgamation and highlights some significant achievements.

Crunching Auckland Council's numbers

If size matters, then Auckland Council Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau wins hands down.

Ten years of progress in Auckland’s city centre

Major transformative development projects have been the feature of Auckland’s city centre for the past decade as plans to make it a welcoming and vibrant place to live, work and play have become a reality.

The changing face of Auckland

David Rankin, chief executive of Panuku Development Auckland, writes about the changes seen in Auckland in the last decade.

Auckland Council’s powerful pōhutukawa logo is no wallflower

Auckland Council’s pōhutukawa logo has been at the heart of all council communications since Auckland Council was formed 10 years ago after the merger of seven territorial authorities and the Auckland Regional Council.

Tāmaki Makaurau on track to a better future

Within five years, Aucklanders will have a modern rail service and world-class stations that will benefit the entire transport network for decades to come, Mayor Phil Goff says.