Some of Auckland’s planning rules have changed to enable greater housing density in the region’s urban areas.
Submissions close this Thursday, 29th September on changes to the city’s planning rulebook allowing for more high-density housing.
Auckland Council is strongly encouraging people to make a submission on proposed changes to the city’s planning rulebook – the Auckland Unitary Plan – allowing for considerably more higher-density housing across the city before time runs out on 29...
Auckland Council has proposed some changes to the land use zoning for what you can do on your residential property?
Significant changes to Auckland’s planning rules come into effect today, enabling more higher density housing to be built across the region.
New housing density standards come into effect on August 18, 2022, which will enable more homes to be built across the Auckland region.
Auckland is in a perpetual cycle of growth and change, and right now its residents are demanding more variety in housing options. How will the city keep up?
Under challenging circumstances, Auckland is changing faster than it ever has before. We asked local and global experts to explain how Tāmaki is moving forward, and what action is still needed to turn it into a truly modern city.
Auckland Council has agreed to support Category 2P property mitigations for homeowners affected by the severe weather events earlier this year.
Midtown construction schedule continues to build momentum while expanding scope of underground works
In a recently published update, the Auckland Council group continues to deliver positive momentum across the Midtown Regeneration Programme while building smarter across agencies.
New Zealand’s highest performing 4.3 square kilometres is seeing a return to form, with data showing growth in employment and GDP in Auckland’s city centre tracking faster than New Zealand as a whole.
It’s the coveted spot in New Zealand’s Monopoly boardgame. It’s New Zealand’s premier street. It fires up the passion of Aucklanders. It’s a dynamic place. And the lower end of Queen Street is all shiny and new and ready for you to visit.
Project aims to rid an island of rats and feral cats!
Warrants to protect biosecurity on Hauraki Gulf
Aucklanders have kept nine million kilograms of food scraps out of landfill with their new rukenga kai (food scraps) collection service.
Parks and Playgrounds
Recent water testing returned positive for leptospira (the bacteria that causes leptospirosis) at Lake Wainamu and we’re asking the public to avoid direct contact with the lake and the stream while further testing is carried out.
The Transport and Infrastructure Committee has endorsed the Time of Use Charging - Indicative Work Programme, and the creation of a joint Auckland Transport and Auckland Council programme team to progress time of use charging.