Northcote Community Services

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We want to know what is important to you and your whānau/family

A primary goal of Panuku’s Unlock Northcote regeneration project is to provide a social, vibrant and connected new town centre.

An important part of achieving this goal is to provide a multi-purpose community building that serves as a hub and gathering place for Northcote residents. The hub is aimed at supporting the diverse needs of this ever-changing community.

We need your help to determine what services, in addition to a library, should be included in this multi-purpose community hub building.

This survey is an opportunity to tell us what is important to you and your whānau.

Your feedback will help ensure the community building is a thriving hub within the town centre, where people can gather and be together.

We want a social and well-connected community

Auckland Council and the community provide services that enable people to connect, socialise, learn and participate in a wide range of activities that improves lifestyle and generates a sense of belonging among residents. Examples of community services includes family/whānau support, indoor social recreation activities, and classes or programmes to learn something new that are available at low or no cost.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 4 November to 11 December 2020.


中文版請往下查看。

We want to know what is important to you and your whānau/family

A primary goal of Panuku’s Unlock Northcote regeneration project is to provide a social, vibrant and connected new town centre.

An important part of achieving this goal is to provide a multi-purpose community building that serves as a hub and gathering place for Northcote residents. The hub is aimed at supporting the diverse needs of this ever-changing community.

We need your help to determine what services, in addition to a library, should be included in this multi-purpose community hub building.

This survey is an opportunity to tell us what is important to you and your whānau.

Your feedback will help ensure the community building is a thriving hub within the town centre, where people can gather and be together.

We want a social and well-connected community

Auckland Council and the community provide services that enable people to connect, socialise, learn and participate in a wide range of activities that improves lifestyle and generates a sense of belonging among residents. Examples of community services includes family/whānau support, indoor social recreation activities, and classes or programmes to learn something new that are available at low or no cost.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 4 November to 11 December 2020.