Draft Spatial Land Use Strategy - Dairy Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones

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What we are proposing

The Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth Programme will invest in a transport network to support Auckland’s Future Urban Zone areas over the next 10 to 30 years.

To make sure the area's future land use and transport network plans align, we have drafted a Spatial Land Use Strategy for the Dairy Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones.

Planning for a new town centre in Dairy Flat

As a Future Urban Zone (an area marked as suitable for urban growth), Dairy Flat needs either a small metropolitan centre or a large town centre to provide services for its future population.

Metropolitan centres in Auckland are large regional centres that act as focal points for communities and commercial growth.

These centres provide:

  • regular public transport
  • high-density residential housing
  • shops
  • leisure facilities
  • cultural facilities
  • community activities and spaces.

Some examples of existing metropolitan centres include Albany, Henderson and Westgate-Massey North.

The draft Spatial Land Use Strategy identifies a general location for such a centre in Dairy Flat that is located on the proposed rapid transit corridor identified by Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth, and near the Green Road Park.

The draft Spatial Land Use Strategy is a general outline of future land uses in Dairy Flat and Silverdale. It is not a final or confirmed plan. Land development is not expected to begin for another 15-30 years.

Read the draft Spatial Land Use Strategy

Draft Spatial Land Use Strategy - Dairy Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones.

What we want your feedback on

We want to hear from Dairy Flat and Silverdale communities and landowners to get feedback on our draft Spatial Land Use Strategy.

Tell us your thoughts on:

  • the draft Spatial Land Use Strategy - Diary Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones
  • the location for the proposed Dairy Flat town centre.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 11 July to 19 August 2022.

What we are proposing

The Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth Programme will invest in a transport network to support Auckland’s Future Urban Zone areas over the next 10 to 30 years.

To make sure the area's future land use and transport network plans align, we have drafted a Spatial Land Use Strategy for the Dairy Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones.

Planning for a new town centre in Dairy Flat

As a Future Urban Zone (an area marked as suitable for urban growth), Dairy Flat needs either a small metropolitan centre or a large town centre to provide services for its future population.

Metropolitan centres in Auckland are large regional centres that act as focal points for communities and commercial growth.

These centres provide:

  • regular public transport
  • high-density residential housing
  • shops
  • leisure facilities
  • cultural facilities
  • community activities and spaces.

Some examples of existing metropolitan centres include Albany, Henderson and Westgate-Massey North.

The draft Spatial Land Use Strategy identifies a general location for such a centre in Dairy Flat that is located on the proposed rapid transit corridor identified by Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth, and near the Green Road Park.

The draft Spatial Land Use Strategy is a general outline of future land uses in Dairy Flat and Silverdale. It is not a final or confirmed plan. Land development is not expected to begin for another 15-30 years.

Read the draft Spatial Land Use Strategy

Draft Spatial Land Use Strategy - Dairy Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones.

What we want your feedback on

We want to hear from Dairy Flat and Silverdale communities and landowners to get feedback on our draft Spatial Land Use Strategy.

Tell us your thoughts on:

  • the draft Spatial Land Use Strategy - Diary Flat and Silverdale Future Urban Zones
  • the location for the proposed Dairy Flat town centre.

When you can have your say

You can have your say from 11 July to 19 August 2022.

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