Shoreline Adaptation Plan: Beachlands and East

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Planning for the future of our shoreline

We're preparing shoreline adaptation plans across the region, in partnership with mana whenua and local communities.

What shoreline adaptation plans are

Shoreline adaptation plans look at how we can adapt Auckland Council-owned land and assets to respond to coastal hazards and climate change over the next 100 years.

Recognising the environmental and landscape value of the shoreline, these plans also work to promote the preservation and restoration of the coastal environment for future generations.

How we develop strategies for shoreline adaptation plans

To help us develop strategies to manage these areas, we use:

  • coastal hazard data
  • climate change forecasts
  • values from mana whenua
  • input from infrastructure providers
  • input from the local community

Through this process, we aim to identify and document the best options for managing our coastal areas over the next century.

What we want your feedback on

To help us identify key areas of importance to the community, we want your thoughts on Auckland's eastern coastal areas, stretching from Pine Harbour in the Beachlands area down to Whakatīwai Regional Park (see map below).


We want to know what you do along the coastline and what you value about the coastal areas.


How you can have your say:

Attend a Public Event

We are holding a series of public engagement events to explain how we develop these plans and how the local communities can participate in their development.

You can discuss shoreline adaptation plans with our experts at:

  • Wairoa Clinic (10 Dec, 2:30pm - 4pm)
  • Clevedon Market Day (16 Jan, 8:30am - 1pm)
  • Sunkist Bay Event (22 Jan, 10am - 2pm)
  • Maraetai Beach Event (29 Jan, 10am - 2pm )
  • Waitawa Regional Park Event (5 Feb, 10am - 2pm)

*All events are pending Covid-19 alert levels. Further information on each event will be available on this webpage, two weeks before the scheduled date.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 22 October, 2021 to 11 February, 2022.

Planning for the future of our shoreline

We're preparing shoreline adaptation plans across the region, in partnership with mana whenua and local communities.

What shoreline adaptation plans are

Shoreline adaptation plans look at how we can adapt Auckland Council-owned land and assets to respond to coastal hazards and climate change over the next 100 years.

Recognising the environmental and landscape value of the shoreline, these plans also work to promote the preservation and restoration of the coastal environment for future generations.

How we develop strategies for shoreline adaptation plans

To help us develop strategies to manage these areas, we use:

  • coastal hazard data
  • climate change forecasts
  • values from mana whenua
  • input from infrastructure providers
  • input from the local community

Through this process, we aim to identify and document the best options for managing our coastal areas over the next century.

What we want your feedback on

To help us identify key areas of importance to the community, we want your thoughts on Auckland's eastern coastal areas, stretching from Pine Harbour in the Beachlands area down to Whakatīwai Regional Park (see map below).


We want to know what you do along the coastline and what you value about the coastal areas.


How you can have your say:

Attend a Public Event

We are holding a series of public engagement events to explain how we develop these plans and how the local communities can participate in their development.

You can discuss shoreline adaptation plans with our experts at:

  • Wairoa Clinic (10 Dec, 2:30pm - 4pm)
  • Clevedon Market Day (16 Jan, 8:30am - 1pm)
  • Sunkist Bay Event (22 Jan, 10am - 2pm)
  • Maraetai Beach Event (29 Jan, 10am - 2pm )
  • Waitawa Regional Park Event (5 Feb, 10am - 2pm)

*All events are pending Covid-19 alert levels. Further information on each event will be available on this webpage, two weeks before the scheduled date.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 22 October, 2021 to 11 February, 2022.

Page last updated: 30 November 2021, 15:18