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City Centre Waterfront 24 Jun 2021

Seeded mussel lines filter seawater from beneath Te Wānanga

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.

Transport 23 Jun 2021

Celebrating the revamped Karangahape Road

The upgrades to Karangahape Road make the iconic street more pedestrian and cycle-friendly, attractive and environmentally sustainable with widened footpaths, two rainbow crossings, native planting, safe separated cycleways, bike parking, and improved bus shelters and more.

Development 23 Jun 2021

Downtown shines as a uniquely Tāmaki Makaurau design

Together, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport and Mana whenua have reimagined downtown.

Auckland's Future In Progress 18 Jun 2021

Wynyard Quarter, where history and sustainability walk side by side

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's Future In Progress 18 Jun 2021

Walk 'n' Splore…and win!

There’s so much to see at Wynyard Quarter – buses, trams, fish and boats, there’s something interesting around every corner.

Development 16 Jun 2021

Auckland named as finalist in Bloomberg Philanthropies 2021 Global Mayors Challenge

Auckland is one of 50 Champion Cities selected today as finalists in the 2021 Global Mayors Challenge, a global innovation competition that identifies and accelerates the most ambitious ideas developed by cities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Development 10 Jun 2021

Micro Tunnel Boring Machine begins tunnelling and inserts first pipe for groundbreaking Central Interceptor project

A micro Tunnel Boring Machine called Domenica has started digging and laying the first pipe for Watercare’s Central Interceptor wastewater tunnel project.

Development 2 Jun 2021

Auckland dwelling consents set another record

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the latest figures for dwelling consents issued in Auckland over the past year show the progress the city is making towards addressing its long-running housing supply issues.

Policies / Regulations 21 May 2021

Special Character Overlay update

Auckland Council’s Planning Committee has resolved to withdraw proposed Plan Change 26 to the Auckland Unitary Plan Operative in part (Auckland Unitary Plan).

City Centre Waterfront 19 May 2021

Auckland Council’s people-focused design for Queen Street on track

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.

Development 11 Mar 2021

Have your say on nine ideas to make Ponsonby Road even better

Auckland Transport is working with the community to trial safer ways to travel and to create a more vibrant Ponsonby Road.

Development 10 Feb 2021

Internship further elevates te ao Māori way of thinking in urban design

Meet Kahurangi Eruera, the new He Maunga, He Tangata intern, a collaborative programme encouraging more young Māori architecture graduates into the industry to build experience and capability.

Development 4 Feb 2021

David Rankin appointed as chief executive of Eke Panuku

Panuku chair Paul Majurey has announced the appointment of David Rankin as Chief Executive of Auckland Council’s urban regeneration agency Eke Panuku Development Auckland.

City Centre Waterfront 25 Jan 2021

Ferry Basin Redevelopment project reaches major milestone

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.

Plans / Projects 30 Nov 2020

Panuku Development releases 2019/2020 annual report

Panuku Development has released its latest annual report, covering performance for the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.

City Centre Waterfront 26 Nov 2020

The opening of Galway Street – a sign of things to come

The completion of the first project in Auckland Council’s $350 million Downtown Programme was celebrated in a dawn blessing today.