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Development 25 Jan 2022

Construction of Takapuna’s new town square is underway

On Thursday 20 January, Eke Panuku Development Auckland invited mana whenua to lead a ceremony with partners to commence construction of Waiwharariki Anzac Square, the new town square coming to Takapuna.

Development 21 Jan 2022

New homes and preserved heritage for New Lynn

A part of New Lynn’s rich history and the development of new homes for the neighbourhood has been secured by Eke Panuku Development Auckland.

Development 17 Jan 2022

Multimillion dollar stormwater upgrade project to begin in Henderson

Henderson residents can look forward to improved water quality, reduced flooding and upgraded recreation areas and walkways as stage one of the Corban Reserve Stormwater Upgrade Project begins in January 2022.

Development 20 Dec 2021

Construction of Queen Street upgrade begins in January 2022

Construction will begin on 10 January 2022 on the last three stages of the Wai Horotiu Queen Street Project – from Shortland Street to Mayoral Drive.

Auckland's Future In Progress 14 Dec 2021

Pop-up music comes to our newest pocket park and eastern laneways this summer

Keep an eye out for a pop-up celebration of some of Tāmaki Makaurau's live artists most weekends until mid-February

Development 14 Dec 2021

Higher density housing continues to lead in Auckland’s consenting figures

Auckland continues to grow up, according to the latest building consent data revealed in Auckland Council’s Development Strategy Monitoring Report.

Development 13 Dec 2021

Takapuna town square construction confirmed for the new year

Eke Panuku Development Auckland has appointed Auckland infrastructure and civil construction company JFC to lead the development of Takapuna’s new town square with work scheduled to begin in January 2022. 

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.