Shoreline Adaptation Plans: Pahurehure Inlet, Manukau North and Manukau East

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Help us plan for the future of our shoreline

We are preparing shoreline adaptation plans across the region, in partnership with mana whenua and local communities.

Shoreline adaptation plans:

• look at how we can adapt Auckland Council-owned land and assets to respond to coastal hazards and climate change over the next 100 years
• promote the preservation and restoration of the coastal environment for future generations.

What we want your feedback on

We want your thoughts on Auckland's southern coastlines:

• Manukau East
• Manuakau North
• Pahurehure Inlet.

This will help us identify key areas of importance to the community.

Auckland's southern shorelines

Pahurehure Inlet

Pahurehure Inlet covers the area from Karaka in the south to Wiri in the east; includes the coastal areas of Karaka, Drury, Hingaia, Pahurehure, Takanini, Wattle Downs, Weymouth, Homai and Wiri.

Pahurehure Inlet covers the area from Karaka Inlet in the west, up across Drury and Papakura to Weymouth, ending just before Ōtara-Papatoetoe.Map of Pahurehure Inlet Shoreline Adaptation Plan area.

Manukau East

Manukau East covers the area from the Puhunui Stream/park in the south, culminating at the northern end of the Onehunga foreshore in the north; includes the shoreline of the Mangere Inlet and Manukau Harbour, including Onehunga, Southdown, Otahuhu, Favona, Mangere Bridge, Puketutu Island, Auckland Airport and Mangere.

Manukau East covers the area from Manurewa and Otara-Papatoetoe and north, across Māngere-Otahuhu before ending just before Onehunga. Map of Manukau East Shoreline Adaptation Plan area

Manukau North

Manukau North covers the area from Onehunga in the East to Whatipu in the West, including the shoreline areas of Hillsborough, Lynfield, Blockhouse Bay, Titirangi, Laingholm, Cornwallis and Huia.

Manukau North covers the area from Onehunga in the east and across to Whatipu in the west, covering western suburbs such as Huia, Hillsborough and Blockhouse Bay.Map of Manukau East Shoreline Adaptation Plan area.

How you can have your say

• Fill in our survey and tell us what you value about these areas
• Check out comments from the community on Social Pinpoint, our digital mapping platform
• Attend one of our in-person events across Manukau East, Manukau North and Pahurehure Inlet (see the key dates box to learn more)
• Email us at shorelineadaptationplans@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz for more information.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from Friday 23 June 2023 to Monday 7 August 2023.

Unable to join us? Leave us feedback online via filling in a survey, leaving a comment on Social Pinpoint or email the team at: shorelineadaptationplans@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Help us plan for the future of our shoreline

We are preparing shoreline adaptation plans across the region, in partnership with mana whenua and local communities.

Shoreline adaptation plans:

• look at how we can adapt Auckland Council-owned land and assets to respond to coastal hazards and climate change over the next 100 years
• promote the preservation and restoration of the coastal environment for future generations.

What we want your feedback on

We want your thoughts on Auckland's southern coastlines:

• Manukau East
• Manuakau North
• Pahurehure Inlet.

This will help us identify key areas of importance to the community.

Auckland's southern shorelines

Pahurehure Inlet

Pahurehure Inlet covers the area from Karaka in the south to Wiri in the east; includes the coastal areas of Karaka, Drury, Hingaia, Pahurehure, Takanini, Wattle Downs, Weymouth, Homai and Wiri.

Pahurehure Inlet covers the area from Karaka Inlet in the west, up across Drury and Papakura to Weymouth, ending just before Ōtara-Papatoetoe.Map of Pahurehure Inlet Shoreline Adaptation Plan area.

Manukau East

Manukau East covers the area from the Puhunui Stream/park in the south, culminating at the northern end of the Onehunga foreshore in the north; includes the shoreline of the Mangere Inlet and Manukau Harbour, including Onehunga, Southdown, Otahuhu, Favona, Mangere Bridge, Puketutu Island, Auckland Airport and Mangere.

Manukau East covers the area from Manurewa and Otara-Papatoetoe and north, across Māngere-Otahuhu before ending just before Onehunga. Map of Manukau East Shoreline Adaptation Plan area

Manukau North

Manukau North covers the area from Onehunga in the East to Whatipu in the West, including the shoreline areas of Hillsborough, Lynfield, Blockhouse Bay, Titirangi, Laingholm, Cornwallis and Huia.

Manukau North covers the area from Onehunga in the east and across to Whatipu in the west, covering western suburbs such as Huia, Hillsborough and Blockhouse Bay.Map of Manukau East Shoreline Adaptation Plan area.

How you can have your say

• Fill in our survey and tell us what you value about these areas
• Check out comments from the community on Social Pinpoint, our digital mapping platform
• Attend one of our in-person events across Manukau East, Manukau North and Pahurehure Inlet (see the key dates box to learn more)
• Email us at shorelineadaptationplans@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz for more information.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from Friday 23 June 2023 to Monday 7 August 2023.

Unable to join us? Leave us feedback online via filling in a survey, leaving a comment on Social Pinpoint or email the team at: shorelineadaptationplans@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Page last updated: 04 Apr 2024, 10:54 AM