Proposed new commercial ground lease for Ōrākei

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This consultation closed on 25 November 2021. Thank you for having your say.

We received eight feedback submissions. These came through the Have your say website and via our feedback form.

Key feedback themes

  • Six submissions were in support of the lease. People said it was a great amenity for families, used a lot by young people and families, and it added vibrancy to the area.
  • One submission was opposed, saying the space was better used for the Outboard Boating Club member's car and trailer parking.
  • One person was indifferent but said they would support a new lease term as long as the mini-golf course did not encroach on the Outboard Boating Club site.

What happens next

On 18 February 2021 the Ōrākei Local Board approved a new commercial ground lease term of two years to the existing tenant, Lilliput Mini Golf (managed by Fraser Brothers Limited) under Resolution OR/2021/3.

Ōrākei Local Board Open Minutes

About the proposed new commercial ground lease for Ōrākei

Auckland Council intends to grant a new commercial ground lease over the mini golf site (Lilliput Mini Golf) at 3-5 Tamaki Drive, Ōrākei.

If the lease is granted, the proposed new commercial ground lease is for a term of two years commencing on 1 August 2020 and expiring on 31 July 2022. The existing use of the site remains the same.

The site is approximately 3,243 square metres of land at 3-5 Tamaki Drive, Ōrākei, Hakamau Reserve. The land is described as Part of the land below Mean High Water Mark in the Auckland Harbour, comprising 1.0337 hectares, and contained in Record of Title NA633/119.

The land is currently held in fee simple by the Auckland Council as a classified recreation reserve and subject to the provisions of the Reserves Act 1977.

Any information provided to council is subject to the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 and may be released by council under that Act. Any submitter should state in their submission if the whole or any part of the objection is to be kept confidential.

If you need any further information or have any questions, please contact info@panuku.co.nz.

This consultation closed on 25 November 2021. Thank you for having your say.

We received eight feedback submissions. These came through the Have your say website and via our feedback form.

Key feedback themes

  • Six submissions were in support of the lease. People said it was a great amenity for families, used a lot by young people and families, and it added vibrancy to the area.
  • One submission was opposed, saying the space was better used for the Outboard Boating Club member's car and trailer parking.
  • One person was indifferent but said they would support a new lease term as long as the mini-golf course did not encroach on the Outboard Boating Club site.

What happens next

On 18 February 2021 the Ōrākei Local Board approved a new commercial ground lease term of two years to the existing tenant, Lilliput Mini Golf (managed by Fraser Brothers Limited) under Resolution OR/2021/3.

Ōrākei Local Board Open Minutes

About the proposed new commercial ground lease for Ōrākei

Auckland Council intends to grant a new commercial ground lease over the mini golf site (Lilliput Mini Golf) at 3-5 Tamaki Drive, Ōrākei.

If the lease is granted, the proposed new commercial ground lease is for a term of two years commencing on 1 August 2020 and expiring on 31 July 2022. The existing use of the site remains the same.

The site is approximately 3,243 square metres of land at 3-5 Tamaki Drive, Ōrākei, Hakamau Reserve. The land is described as Part of the land below Mean High Water Mark in the Auckland Harbour, comprising 1.0337 hectares, and contained in Record of Title NA633/119.

The land is currently held in fee simple by the Auckland Council as a classified recreation reserve and subject to the provisions of the Reserves Act 1977.

Any information provided to council is subject to the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 and may be released by council under that Act. Any submitter should state in their submission if the whole or any part of the objection is to be kept confidential.

If you need any further information or have any questions, please contact info@panuku.co.nz.