Murray Halberg Park Land Exchange

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This consultation closed on 8 March 2021.

Proposed land exchange at Murray Halberg Park, Owairaka

Kāinga Ora (formerly Housing New Zealand) is redeveloping the area surrounding Murray Halberg Park in Mt Albert.

We are proposing to exchange 402 square metres of Auckland Council land for 210 square meters of Kāinga Ora land.

Of the 402 square metres of land, 278 square metres will go to Kāinga Ora and 124 square metres will go to Auckland Transport.

What the land exchange would mean

These developments present opportunities for Auckland Council to improve the amenity and functionality of existing open space.

The proposed land exchange will go towards:

  • increased accessibility with additional road frontages
  • enhanced amenity value and functionality
  • improved sightlines into the park with better environmental design for safer, more visible spaces.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 2 February to 8 March 2021.

Before providing your feedback, read the supporting information.

What happens next

  • Following the statutory four-week notification period, we will hold a Albert-Eden Local Board meeting on 16 March 2021 to discuss the proposed land exchange.
  • The Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee will report back on 13 May 2021 about the resolution for the proposed land exchange.
  • The Finance and Performance Committee will report back for resolution on proposed land exchange on 17 June 2021.

More information

This consultation closed on 8 March 2021.

Proposed land exchange at Murray Halberg Park, Owairaka

Kāinga Ora (formerly Housing New Zealand) is redeveloping the area surrounding Murray Halberg Park in Mt Albert.

We are proposing to exchange 402 square metres of Auckland Council land for 210 square meters of Kāinga Ora land.

Of the 402 square metres of land, 278 square metres will go to Kāinga Ora and 124 square metres will go to Auckland Transport.

What the land exchange would mean

These developments present opportunities for Auckland Council to improve the amenity and functionality of existing open space.

The proposed land exchange will go towards:

  • increased accessibility with additional road frontages
  • enhanced amenity value and functionality
  • improved sightlines into the park with better environmental design for safer, more visible spaces.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 2 February to 8 March 2021.

Before providing your feedback, read the supporting information.

What happens next

  • Following the statutory four-week notification period, we will hold a Albert-Eden Local Board meeting on 16 March 2021 to discuss the proposed land exchange.
  • The Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee will report back on 13 May 2021 about the resolution for the proposed land exchange.
  • The Finance and Performance Committee will report back for resolution on proposed land exchange on 17 June 2021.

More information