Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board area

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In the 2024/2025 financial year we plan to invest $10.4 million to renew and develop assets (resources we own). We also plan to invest $19 million to maintain and operate assets and deliver local activities.

In this long-term plan, local boards have more responsibility for decisions about local assets and services than in previous years.

This includes making decisions about which assets (such as parks and community halls) and services (such as libraries) we should prioritise with funds allocated by the Governing Body.

Some funding decisions are not the responsibility of a local board and in such cases the board can:

  • ask the Governing Body to consider funding from its long-term plan budget
  • ask a council-controlled organisation (such as Auckland Transport) to deliver the service during the 10 years of the long-term plan.

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board priorities 2024-2034

The Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board proposed priorities for its area for the next 10 years. These priorities depend on funding from the Governing Body.

They are to:

  • develop local plans and implement them when funding allows
  • investigate options, including partnerships, to deliver quality mixed-use areas in our precincts
  • deliver local climate action programmes to enable Māori, community and rangatahi (youth) leadership
  • upskill community and sporting groups to promote local leadership and sustainable funding
  • empower and upskill local rangatahi and individuals who are not in education, employment or training
  • support business associations with social enterprise and innovation projects work to encourage business resiliency and support town centre growth.

Priorities for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki outside of local board decisions

Priorities that require funding outside of a local board need a decision from the Governing Body or a council-controlled organisation.

These priorities are:

  • for equity (fairness) and accessibility (an inclusive environment) to guide decision-making
  • to enable effective and increased decision-making for local boards with appropriate staffing resources
  • for funding to redevelop Panmure multi-use facility and Ruapōtaka Marae, and a new recreation centre in Onehunga
  • to continue the Local Board Transport Capital Fund long-term, with funding restored to previous levels
  • for investment in Manukau Harbour and Tāmaki Estuary
  • to support infrastructure upgrades to improve resilience to flooding
  • to remove the Onehunga KiwiRail designation for the Avondale Southdown connection and prevent significant disruption to the community.

What we propose for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

Planned capital spend to renew and develop assets is $10.4m for community services. Planned operating spend to maintain and operate assets and deliver local activities is $16.6m for community services, $183,000 for environmental services, $1.1m for planning services and $1.1m for governance.Key areas of spend for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki 2024/2025

For the financial year 2024/2025, we plan to deliver key projects, activities and changes to services.

These are to:

  • support community groups and community-led activities by continuing to provide local community grants
  • build the capability of local communities and sporting groups to find long-term sustainable funding resources and independence through our strategic partnerships programme
  • empower community groups and organisations to deliver community events using sustainable funding
  • collaborate with mana whenua and neighbouring local boards to protect and restore our waterways through the Tāmaki Estuary Environmental Forum and Manukau Harbour Forum
  • encourage our rangatahi (youth) and community to be leaders in climate action through programmes like:
    • Tiakina te taiao and Ope (biodiversity and climate action education programme in schools)
    • Love Your Neighbourhood (environmental volunteer grants)
    • Songbird (community pest control and biodiversity initiative).
  • support business associations to continue supporting local businesses and ongoing growth, develop and liven-up our town centres, including assisting the Onehunga Business Association's proposed Business Improvement District (BID) expansion.

You should know

The information on this page is an edited version of the proposed Long-term Plan 2024-2034.

For more information, see page 116 of the Long-term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document [PDF 17MB].

In the 2024/2025 financial year we plan to invest $10.4 million to renew and develop assets (resources we own). We also plan to invest $19 million to maintain and operate assets and deliver local activities.

In this long-term plan, local boards have more responsibility for decisions about local assets and services than in previous years.

This includes making decisions about which assets (such as parks and community halls) and services (such as libraries) we should prioritise with funds allocated by the Governing Body.

Some funding decisions are not the responsibility of a local board and in such cases the board can:

  • ask the Governing Body to consider funding from its long-term plan budget
  • ask a council-controlled organisation (such as Auckland Transport) to deliver the service during the 10 years of the long-term plan.

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board priorities 2024-2034

The Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board proposed priorities for its area for the next 10 years. These priorities depend on funding from the Governing Body.

They are to:

  • develop local plans and implement them when funding allows
  • investigate options, including partnerships, to deliver quality mixed-use areas in our precincts
  • deliver local climate action programmes to enable Māori, community and rangatahi (youth) leadership
  • upskill community and sporting groups to promote local leadership and sustainable funding
  • empower and upskill local rangatahi and individuals who are not in education, employment or training
  • support business associations with social enterprise and innovation projects work to encourage business resiliency and support town centre growth.

Priorities for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki outside of local board decisions

Priorities that require funding outside of a local board need a decision from the Governing Body or a council-controlled organisation.

These priorities are:

  • for equity (fairness) and accessibility (an inclusive environment) to guide decision-making
  • to enable effective and increased decision-making for local boards with appropriate staffing resources
  • for funding to redevelop Panmure multi-use facility and Ruapōtaka Marae, and a new recreation centre in Onehunga
  • to continue the Local Board Transport Capital Fund long-term, with funding restored to previous levels
  • for investment in Manukau Harbour and Tāmaki Estuary
  • to support infrastructure upgrades to improve resilience to flooding
  • to remove the Onehunga KiwiRail designation for the Avondale Southdown connection and prevent significant disruption to the community.

What we propose for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

Planned capital spend to renew and develop assets is $10.4m for community services. Planned operating spend to maintain and operate assets and deliver local activities is $16.6m for community services, $183,000 for environmental services, $1.1m for planning services and $1.1m for governance.Key areas of spend for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki 2024/2025

For the financial year 2024/2025, we plan to deliver key projects, activities and changes to services.

These are to:

  • support community groups and community-led activities by continuing to provide local community grants
  • build the capability of local communities and sporting groups to find long-term sustainable funding resources and independence through our strategic partnerships programme
  • empower community groups and organisations to deliver community events using sustainable funding
  • collaborate with mana whenua and neighbouring local boards to protect and restore our waterways through the Tāmaki Estuary Environmental Forum and Manukau Harbour Forum
  • encourage our rangatahi (youth) and community to be leaders in climate action through programmes like:
    • Tiakina te taiao and Ope (biodiversity and climate action education programme in schools)
    • Love Your Neighbourhood (environmental volunteer grants)
    • Songbird (community pest control and biodiversity initiative).
  • support business associations to continue supporting local businesses and ongoing growth, develop and liven-up our town centres, including assisting the Onehunga Business Association's proposed Business Improvement District (BID) expansion.

You should know

The information on this page is an edited version of the proposed Long-term Plan 2024-2034.

For more information, see page 116 of the Long-term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document [PDF 17MB].

Page last updated: 02 Apr 2024, 09:12 AM