Hayman Park Wetland Upgrade

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Creating a wetland in Hayman Park

As part of the Transform Manukau programme, Auckland Council is working on a design that will turn the existing pond in Hayman Park into a wetland.

The current pond has issues with sediment build up, bank stability and litter. Following a review of the options, it was determined that creating a wetland and adding a device to capture litter, would provide the best outcome.

This will improve the water quality, enhance the wildlife habitat and create a naturalised space for the community to enjoy.

Importantly, as the water moving through Hayman Park joins the Puhinui and flows into the Manukau, this project will also contribute to improving the mauri of this significant river.

What we want your feedback on

We want to understand how people currently use the space around the pond and how they would like to use the space in the future.

Answer our questions under the Feedback Form section below. You can also click on the Interactive Map to place a pinpoint on the areas you normally visit in the park.

Before providing your feedback, please look at the Framework Plan to see the park area that this project will cover.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 2 November to 30 November 2020.

Creating a wetland in Hayman Park

As part of the Transform Manukau programme, Auckland Council is working on a design that will turn the existing pond in Hayman Park into a wetland.

The current pond has issues with sediment build up, bank stability and litter. Following a review of the options, it was determined that creating a wetland and adding a device to capture litter, would provide the best outcome.

This will improve the water quality, enhance the wildlife habitat and create a naturalised space for the community to enjoy.

Importantly, as the water moving through Hayman Park joins the Puhinui and flows into the Manukau, this project will also contribute to improving the mauri of this significant river.

What we want your feedback on

We want to understand how people currently use the space around the pond and how they would like to use the space in the future.

Answer our questions under the Feedback Form section below. You can also click on the Interactive Map to place a pinpoint on the areas you normally visit in the park.

Before providing your feedback, please look at the Framework Plan to see the park area that this project will cover.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 2 November to 30 November 2020.