Auckland's Future In Progress

Auckland’s Downtown Programme has been completed, creating a vibrant, transformed waterfront for all to enjoy.

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Auckland's Future In Progress 13 Dec 2021

Hone Tuwhare’s poem ‘The river is an island’ now etched into the fabric of the city he loved 

Scan a QR code on the side of two steel pourama (light columns) standing tall on the corner of Sale Street and Wellesley Street and hear a poem by celebrated New Zealand manu kōrero/poet Hone Tuwhare.

Auckland's Future In Progress 8 Dec 2021

Auckland Council wins Waka Kotahi award for creating a safer Emily Place

Auckland Council’s entry Creating Safer Streets - Emily Place has won a Waka Kotahi Agent for Change award, announced this week.

Auckland's Future In Progress 30 Nov 2021

Eke Panuku to lead coordination of city centre development programme

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.

Plans / Projects 30 Nov 2021

Takapuna’s revitalized town centre complete and open for business

Takapuna is welcoming visitors and Christmas shoppers to its freshly revitalised town centre following the completion of the Hurstmere Road transformation project.

Auckland's Future In Progress 11 Nov 2021

First flowers for Quay Street pōhutukawa since their dramatic journey home last winter

The first flourish of blazing red flowers is being noticed in Quay Street’s pōhutukawa, ushering in the first week of Auckland’s Alert Level 3, step 2.

Development 5 Nov 2021

VIDEO: optimism for Auckland’s city centre

Auckland Council and Eke Panuku are proud to release a video illustrating how far the city centre has come in its planned 20-year transformation. The video shows how the delivery of the City Centre Masterplan is proving to be much more than the s...

Auckland's Future In Progress 2 Nov 2021

Waters flowing beneath the city set to be illuminated in a contemporary placemaking design led by young Māori

While many of the natural waterways which once flowed through Auckland’s city centre have been lost from sight – channelled, piped and progressively covered over – a new Māori design kaupapa will see those urban waters remembered.