Auckland's Future In Progress
Auckland’s Downtown Programme has been completed, creating a vibrant, transformed waterfront for all to enjoy.
Shining neon light on the regeneration of midtown
With City Rail Link the catalyst, midtown is being reborn. Auckland Council’s city centre programmes team will soon announce the next stage of the Midtown Regeneration programme, a series of projects preparing local streets and public spaces for tens of thousands of people who will pour into the area once City Rail Link’s Te Waihorotiu Station is operational.
Howick members watch reservoir take shape
A new water reservoir being built at Redoubt Road will add millions of litres of capacity to the city's supply.
Harbour Edge Stitch moves from bold concept to exciting reality
One of eight Transformational Moves in the City Centre Masterplan, the Harbour Edge Stitch is making spectacular progress in uniting Auckland’s waterfront with the city centre.
New Queen Street design wins praise from those backing it to thrive
25 November 2022 marks a significant milestone in the life of Queen Street, as the upgrades from Mayoral Drive to Shortland Street are complete, and Aucklanders and visitors can experience a more people-friendly, green and spacious street.
First wayfinding patterns guide new Waihorotiu path in Queen Street
By mid-November when an upgraded Queen Street opens, Aucklanders will discover the city centre’s new Waihorotiu path, an innovative multi-use path next to the road carriageway for people walking or travelling at a leisurely pace on wheels.
Auckland Council Group wins ten awards in nationwide landscape architecture awards
The Auckland Council Group - Auckland Transport, Eke Panuku, Tūpuna Maunga Authority and Auckland Council – was awarded two supreme awards, four category winner awards and four excellence awards at the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects awards.
10 reasons you’ll fall in love with our city centre all over again
Aucklanders have been treated to several major transformations in the city centre in recent years. But have you seen them all? Here are some you may have missed.
Visibility of Māori expression in Auckland’s city centre makes measured steps forward
A commitment to ensure mana whenua see themselves more in our city centre’s urbanscape has been made by Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Council