City Centre Waterfront
Responding to Aucklanders’ feedback, Auckland Council will deliver the last three stages of the Wai Horotiu Queen Street Project in one cohesive design.
On Friday 2 July the much-awaited Te Wānanga public space on the edge of a people-prioritised Quay Street will open for Aucklanders to experience, and on 5 July the six new ferry berths, named Te Ngau O Horotiu, located in the Ferry Basin will receive their first passengers.
A timeline for the next three stages of improvements to Queen Street, from Shortland Street to Mayoral Drive, was announced by Auckland Council and Auckland Transport today. The programme of improvements will be complete by the end of June 2022.
Divers have attached 38 seeded mussel lines to the underside of Te Wānanga, the new public space which reaches out over the water in Quay Street.
Each time you visit Wynyard Quarter it will deliver something new to see, learn and experience. That’s the joy of visiting a precinct halfway through its development journey.
Auckland Council’s Planning Committee has approved the transport outcomes for the redevelopment of the Downtown Car Park site.
More than 900 people have taken part in a survey conducted by Auckland Council that shows a majority support the council’s planned design for the northern end of Queen Street, between Customs and Shortland Streets.
Another major milestone for the Ferry Basin Redevelopment project has been met with the final canopy installed on the west side of Queens Wharf above the gangway accessing the new ferry pontoons.
The completion of the first project in Auckland Council’s $350 million Downtown Programme was celebrated in a dawn blessing today.
Panuku Development Auckland (Eke Panuku) hosted a ceremony with iwi and construction partners to celebrate a significant milestone on Monday 16 November – the completion of stage two of the Westhaven Promenade and Marine Village.
Auckland Council has been successful in securing $1.9m over two years from the DOC administered Jobs for Nature Fund to support kauri dieback work in the region.
Together, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport and Mana whenua have reimagined downtown.
The council has approved a new draft Contributions Policy for consultation. Aucklanders can have their say from 20 September 2021.
New bilingual signs in a park bearing a name provided by mana whenua are just one of the ways Manurewa Local Board is showing pride in the area’s strong Māori identity and championing te reo Māori.
Auckland Council is reminding Aucklanders to stay home and stay local this weekend while the region remains at COVID-19 Alert Level 4.