Policies / Regulations
For the first time, a case referred to the Police Asset Recovery Unit by Auckland Council has resulted in the restraint of assets.
Auckland Council’s Environment and Climate Change Committee has today voted to adopt a regional Community Facilities - Sustainable Asset Policy, a key step on its journey to reducing operational greenhouse gas emissions.
Auckland Council is seeking public feedback on proposed changes to the Significance and Engagement Policy, which provides guidance on how the council receives and considers community views when making decisions.
Fast-tracking new street trading licences and extensions to food-only dining applications are available to Auckland businesses as they prepare for Alert Level 2 trading.
Members of the public are invited to have their say about a new joint Auckland Council and Auckland Transport Signs Bylaw.
Have your say on our draft Age-friendly Auckland Action Plan.
Later this year Auckland Transport will seek public feedback on its next phase of proposed safer speed limits, including reviewing speed limits on approximately 614 km of roads for possible reductions.
Another important move to achieve sustainable development across Tāmaki Makaurau comes from the Eke Panuku decision to require new commercial buildings to meet 5 Star Green Star ratings.
Recurring temporary major event alcohol bans across the region will be extended to include more venues and surrounding areas after Auckland Council’s Governing Body approved proposed changes to its Alcohol Control Bylaw 2014.
AT is encouraging Aucklanders to have their say on the draft Regional Land Transport Plan before the consultation closes this Sunday.
The approved draft RLTP is a 10-year plan for Auckland’s transport network that focuses on areas which AT, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and KiwiRail will respond to to help solve our region’s transport challenges.
Eke Panuku has been appointed as the lead agency to coordinate the next phase of city centre development following endorsement from the Planning Committee today.
Welcome to the place affectionately known as the wild child of Auckland’s city centre. Still edgy, diverse and authentic, Karangahape Road is now an uber-modern, smoothly functioning street.
Summer wouldn’t be summer without ice cream melting all over the kids’ hands and faces. So, grab an ice cream and discover ten awe-inspiring things on Auckland’s waterfront. Some weren’t even here last summer, and some have been here for more than a century. Your walking shoes are calling.
Auckland Council is supporting its delivery partner, Urgent Couriers, in its bid to cut inner-city emissions. The certified carbon zero courier company is aiming to take 40 to 50 tonnes of carbon emissions a year out of inner-city Auckland by replacing its city fleet of cars with electric cargo bikes. Auckland Council General Manager Corporate Support Services Robert Irvine says the council is providing them with parking and charging stations in the basement of Te Wharau o Tāmaki Auckland House.
Australasia’s biggest electric bus order has been announced and will see a further 152 battery electric buses on Auckland’s roads and will reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the AT Metro bus fleet by an estimated 11 per cent per year.
Gulf Island schools secure top environmental award
Consultation on what government reform means for Auckland opens 3 December.
It’s looking like it’s going to be a hotter than normal summer. That’s great news for holidaymakers, but not so good for rural Aucklanders who don’t have access to mains water supply.
Auckland Council is throwing its support behind Auckland City Mission’s ‘Auckland Angels’ appeal, helping to ensure Aucklanders in greatest need can celebrate Christmas after a particularly tough year.
Auckland Council’s 42 pool and leisure centres will require all Aucklanders aged 12 and over to be fully vaccinated in order to use their facilities, under the Red and Orange Protection Framework levels.