Henderson-Massey Local Board

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In 2022/2023 we plan to invest $14.4 million to renew and develop assets and $30.1 million to maintain and operate assets as well as provide local services, programmes and initiatives.

What we have been doing in your local board area

Each year we deliver activities and services in your local board area. These are based on our Local Board Plan, which sets our three-year direction for the local board.

  • Adopted 63 te reo Māori names for parks as dual names, as part of Te Kete Rukuruku parks naming programme.
  • Completed an assessment of natural and artificial shade in open space areas to help identify where to focus investment.
  • Funded delivery of the “Indigenius” creative entrepreneur programme – 11 Pasifika entrepreneurs will participate in a pop-up market when COVID-19 levels allow.
  • Supported Te Atatū Waka Ama Club to expand and improve the club’s current storage area through giving landowner approval, funding and granting a lease on public reserve.
  • Continued funding for community organisations to deliver placemaking activities, environmental programmes and diversity and youth initiatives.

Key areas of spend

Community services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $28.2 million.
  • Capital spend 2022/2023: $14.4 million.

Environmental services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $239,000.

Planning services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $504,000.

Governance

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $1.2 million.

What we propose in your local board area in 2022/2023

  • Supporting community organisations and initiatives that strengthen COVID-19 pandemic resilience and recovery.
  • Implementing Henderson-Massey’s Ngahere Action Plan (the local response to Auckland’s Urban Ngahere Strategy).
  • Developing a local parks management plan which will lower planning costs by delivering a consistent approach and be more responsive to changing community needs.
  • Developing a sport and active recreation facility plan to respond to local needs and issues and prioritise future development and investment.
  • Upgrading sections of the Te Atatū Coastal Walkway that can be delivered quickly at a relatively low cost.
  • Continuing to provide quality parks, playspaces, libraries, community and recreation facilities.

You should know

See section six of the supporting information document (PDF 8MB) for more information about the priorities for your local board area.

In 2022/2023 we plan to invest $14.4 million to renew and develop assets and $30.1 million to maintain and operate assets as well as provide local services, programmes and initiatives.

What we have been doing in your local board area

Each year we deliver activities and services in your local board area. These are based on our Local Board Plan, which sets our three-year direction for the local board.

  • Adopted 63 te reo Māori names for parks as dual names, as part of Te Kete Rukuruku parks naming programme.
  • Completed an assessment of natural and artificial shade in open space areas to help identify where to focus investment.
  • Funded delivery of the “Indigenius” creative entrepreneur programme – 11 Pasifika entrepreneurs will participate in a pop-up market when COVID-19 levels allow.
  • Supported Te Atatū Waka Ama Club to expand and improve the club’s current storage area through giving landowner approval, funding and granting a lease on public reserve.
  • Continued funding for community organisations to deliver placemaking activities, environmental programmes and diversity and youth initiatives.

Key areas of spend

Community services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $28.2 million.
  • Capital spend 2022/2023: $14.4 million.

Environmental services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $239,000.

Planning services

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $504,000.

Governance

  • Operating spend 2022/2023: $1.2 million.

What we propose in your local board area in 2022/2023

  • Supporting community organisations and initiatives that strengthen COVID-19 pandemic resilience and recovery.
  • Implementing Henderson-Massey’s Ngahere Action Plan (the local response to Auckland’s Urban Ngahere Strategy).
  • Developing a local parks management plan which will lower planning costs by delivering a consistent approach and be more responsive to changing community needs.
  • Developing a sport and active recreation facility plan to respond to local needs and issues and prioritise future development and investment.
  • Upgrading sections of the Te Atatū Coastal Walkway that can be delivered quickly at a relatively low cost.
  • Continuing to provide quality parks, playspaces, libraries, community and recreation facilities.

You should know

See section six of the supporting information document (PDF 8MB) for more information about the priorities for your local board area.

Page last updated: 28 Mar 2022, 05:06 PM