Major developments in 2022/2023

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North Auckland

Northern seawall, Orewa Beach

  • To prevent erosion at the northern end of Orewa Beach.

Tuff Crater Path

  • Renew track and signage at Tuff Crater Path including boardwalk replacement, new gravel and bank stabilisation.

Scott Point sustainable sports park development

  • Development of a sustainable sports park with greenways, community hub, courts and open space infrastructure.

Riverhead War Memorial Park play space and car park renewal

  • Increasing the park amenities, including expanding and upgrading the existing playground.

West Auckland

Te Whau Pathway

  • Provide a safe walking and cycling route for commuters and recreation.

Community Centre replacement in Avondale

  • Develop a new integrated community centre and library in Avondale.

North west bus improvements

  • Easing congestion for west Aucklanders working in the city centre.

West Wave Aquatic Centre

  • Comprehensive renewal.

Central Auckland

City Centre Library

  • Comprehensive roof renewal and building refit of City Centre Library.

Phyllis Reserve

  • Stage 2 of the car park renewal and development of a toilet block.

City centre programme

  • Delivering on the outcomes of the City Centre Masterplan including improving the vibrancy, accessibility and attractiveness of the city centre.

East Auckland

Jubilee Bridge

  • Comprehensive upgrade and renewal.

Eastern Busway

  • Stage two Pakuranga to Botany.

Colin Maiden Park

  • Development of open space and sports, including lighting on five fields, upgrading three fields and developing two sand carpet fields.

South Auckland

Hingaia Park development

  • Increasing green space for recreation and community enjoyment.

South-west wastewater servicing

  • Wastewater treatment for communities in the Kingseat, Clarks Beach, Glenbrook Beach and Waiuku areas.

Major sportfield upgrades

  • At Mountfort Park, Papatoetoe Recreation Grounds and Māngere Centre Park from the Sport and Recreation Facility Investment Fund.

Coastal asset renewals

  • Renewals to wharves, boat ramps, jetties, seawalls and beachfronts from the Coastal Asset Renewals Regional fund.

Region wide

City Rail Link work continues

  • The City Rail Link (CRL) is the largest transport infrastructure project ever to be undertaken in New Zealand. Work has begun on the Karangahape Road Station – New Zealand's deepest train station.

Urban cycleways

  • More rapid and flexible delivery of safe cycling facilities.

Natural environment programme

  • Including track improvements and kauri dieback infrastructure.

Eke Panuku transform and unlock

  • Redevelopment of town centres and construction of public spaces.

You should know

The information here is an edited version from the Annual Budget 2022/2023 document.

See page 36 of the Annual Budget 2022/2023 document (PDF 10MB) for more information.

North Auckland

Northern seawall, Orewa Beach

  • To prevent erosion at the northern end of Orewa Beach.

Tuff Crater Path

  • Renew track and signage at Tuff Crater Path including boardwalk replacement, new gravel and bank stabilisation.

Scott Point sustainable sports park development

  • Development of a sustainable sports park with greenways, community hub, courts and open space infrastructure.

Riverhead War Memorial Park play space and car park renewal

  • Increasing the park amenities, including expanding and upgrading the existing playground.

West Auckland

Te Whau Pathway

  • Provide a safe walking and cycling route for commuters and recreation.

Community Centre replacement in Avondale

  • Develop a new integrated community centre and library in Avondale.

North west bus improvements

  • Easing congestion for west Aucklanders working in the city centre.

West Wave Aquatic Centre

  • Comprehensive renewal.

Central Auckland

City Centre Library

  • Comprehensive roof renewal and building refit of City Centre Library.

Phyllis Reserve

  • Stage 2 of the car park renewal and development of a toilet block.

City centre programme

  • Delivering on the outcomes of the City Centre Masterplan including improving the vibrancy, accessibility and attractiveness of the city centre.

East Auckland

Jubilee Bridge

  • Comprehensive upgrade and renewal.

Eastern Busway

  • Stage two Pakuranga to Botany.

Colin Maiden Park

  • Development of open space and sports, including lighting on five fields, upgrading three fields and developing two sand carpet fields.

South Auckland

Hingaia Park development

  • Increasing green space for recreation and community enjoyment.

South-west wastewater servicing

  • Wastewater treatment for communities in the Kingseat, Clarks Beach, Glenbrook Beach and Waiuku areas.

Major sportfield upgrades

  • At Mountfort Park, Papatoetoe Recreation Grounds and Māngere Centre Park from the Sport and Recreation Facility Investment Fund.

Coastal asset renewals

  • Renewals to wharves, boat ramps, jetties, seawalls and beachfronts from the Coastal Asset Renewals Regional fund.

Region wide

City Rail Link work continues

  • The City Rail Link (CRL) is the largest transport infrastructure project ever to be undertaken in New Zealand. Work has begun on the Karangahape Road Station – New Zealand's deepest train station.

Urban cycleways

  • More rapid and flexible delivery of safe cycling facilities.

Natural environment programme

  • Including track improvements and kauri dieback infrastructure.

Eke Panuku transform and unlock

  • Redevelopment of town centres and construction of public spaces.

You should know

The information here is an edited version from the Annual Budget 2022/2023 document.

See page 36 of the Annual Budget 2022/2023 document (PDF 10MB) for more information.

Page last updated: 28 Mar 2022, 06:17 PM