Henderson-Massey Local Board I Te Poari ā-Rohe o Henderson-Massey

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This consultation closed on 13 August 2020. Thank you for having your say.

The team is currently analysing all the feedback received which will help inform the final Henderson-Massey Local Board Plan. This plan will be made publicly available in November 2020.

If you have any further questions/comments at this time please email us at: hendersonmasseylocalboard@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Love local, get vocal and help shape your Local Board Plan 2020

The Henderson-Massey Local Board has developed a three-year plan outlining the key initiatives we want to focus on to help our communities thrive and support the recovery from the impacts of COVID-19. Now we need your help to check if we’ve got it right.

Our plan has five proposed outcomes:

  1. Henderson-Massey is a great place to live, work and play (page 11 of plan)
  2. A thriving, inclusive and engaged community (page 13)
  3. Thriving Māori culture and identity (page 15)
  4. Everyone contributes to building resilience and living sustainably (page 17)
  5. It’s easy to get around Henderson-Massey safely without using a car (page 19)

Have a look at the plan for more details of what we will do to deliver on these outcomes and take the survey to tell us what's most important and what's missing.

Our 2020 Local Board Plan proposals are open for feedback until Thursday 13 August.

So love local and get vocal about your community by having your say. We'd love to hear from you.


This consultation closed on 13 August 2020. Thank you for having your say.

The team is currently analysing all the feedback received which will help inform the final Henderson-Massey Local Board Plan. This plan will be made publicly available in November 2020.

If you have any further questions/comments at this time please email us at: hendersonmasseylocalboard@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Love local, get vocal and help shape your Local Board Plan 2020

The Henderson-Massey Local Board has developed a three-year plan outlining the key initiatives we want to focus on to help our communities thrive and support the recovery from the impacts of COVID-19. Now we need your help to check if we’ve got it right.

Our plan has five proposed outcomes:

  1. Henderson-Massey is a great place to live, work and play (page 11 of plan)
  2. A thriving, inclusive and engaged community (page 13)
  3. Thriving Māori culture and identity (page 15)
  4. Everyone contributes to building resilience and living sustainably (page 17)
  5. It’s easy to get around Henderson-Massey safely without using a car (page 19)

Have a look at the plan for more details of what we will do to deliver on these outcomes and take the survey to tell us what's most important and what's missing.

Our 2020 Local Board Plan proposals are open for feedback until Thursday 13 August.

So love local and get vocal about your community by having your say. We'd love to hear from you.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

If you have a question about the Draft Henderson-Massey Local Board Plan, please ask it below. A response will be posted to this page as soon as possible. 

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    Who is responsible for decisions around recreational facilities, specifically public swimming pools, and how would the community voice the urgency for more swimming resources in the rapidly growing west?

    Fiona asked 3 months ago

    Kia ora Fiona

    The Henderson-Massey Local Board has been voicing the need for an additional public swimming pool for several years. We made this part of our One Local Initiative for funding to the Governing Body (Mayor and Councillors) in 2018. The Whau Local Board are also looking at establishing a pool and recreational facility within their area. 

    Council support for these facilities came about as a result of community voice from the West. 

    The process is lengthy due to the financial and urban planning implications of such a structure. Currently, staff are looking at different locations for suitability in the West region. The process for establishing this will be within the medium-term and dependent on wider council budget.