Waitematā plans, agreements and reports
In this section you will find information on plans, agreements and reports that relate to the Waitematā Local Board and community.
Information about council's key plans can be found in the See also panel.
Every financial year the Waitematā Local Board produces a summary of Achievements from the year. The Achievements Reports contain summaries of projects, initiatives and advocacy efforts towards making Waitematā an even better place to live, work and play.
Waitematā Local Board achievements report 2015- 2016 (PDF 2.99MB)
Waitematā Local Board achievements report 2014- 2015 (PDF 1.5MB)
Waitematā Local Board achievements report 2013- 2014 (PDF 3.5MB)
Waitematā Local Board achievements report 2012- 2013 (PDF 1.2MB)
Waitematā Local Board achievements report 2011- 2012 (PDF 7MB)
Waitematā Local Board achievements report 2010- 2011 (PDF 742KB)
The Waitemā Local Board Accessibility Plan outlines the board's areas of focus in increasing accessibility with the area.
The board's committment to and vision for accessibility covers: accessible culture, communication and community engagement, accessible communities and other projects.
Accessibility Plan (PDF 508KB)
Becoming a Low Carbon Community: An Action Plan
Waitematā is the first local board to draft a localised carbon reduction plan, supporting the ten year Auckland-wide Energy Resilience and Low Carbon Action Plan.
The plan seeks to reduce greenhouse emissions locally, supporting the ten year Auckland-wide Energy Resilience and Low Carbon Action Plan.
This document focuses on helping the community groups, individuals and businesses become a low carbon community through reducing energy use and waste, promoting sustainable transport options, encouraging local food production as well as promoting the effective and cooperative use of resources.
Copies of the Waitematā Low-Carbon Community Plan can be collected from their office and downloaded here:
Becoming a Low Carbon Community 2015 (PDF 729KB)
Bonus Floor Provisions
Bonus floor provisions allow developers to increase the floor space of a private development by providing public access/benefit from the change.
Usually in the form of pedestrian access ways through buildings and include widened footpaths, public viewing decks, plazas, and privately owned art works that are accessible to the general public.
Bonus Floor photos layout October 2016 (PDF 428KB)
Bonus Floor Provisions October 2016 (PDF 193KB)
Karangahape Road Plan (2014- 2044)
The Karangahape Road Plan 2014-2044 aims to provide a clear planning framework to guide how the Karangahape Road area could grow and change over the next 30 years.
Its key moves include showcasing the area as the creative, edgy fringe of the city centre and promoting the City Rail Link station as the catalyst for new investments.
Karangahape Road Plan 2014- 2044 (PDF 4MB)
Meola Reef Development Plan
The Meola Reef Reserve Development Plan will help provide a vision for the area over the ten-year period from 2017 to 2027. Stages for the design of this plan are as follows:
- May 2017 - public input sought to help inform the draft plan, including an Open Day, direct emails and posters at the reserve
- July 2017 - draft Development Plan ready for public consultation, feedback sought via www.shapeauckland.co.nz
- August 2017 - final Development Plan approved by Waitemata Local Board and the document will be available here.
Newton Eden Terrace Plan (2016-2046)
You can find more information on the council strategies and plans page.
Point Resolution Taurarua Plan
The purpose of the Point Resolution Taurarua Development Plan is to provide a clear design framework to guide how Point Resolution Reserve and public access to it, including the Hobson Bay Walkway, should be improved over the short, medium and long-term.
Point Resolution Taurarua Plan (PDF 3MB)
Ponsonby Road Plan
The Ponsonby Road Plan provides a framework for Ponsonby from 2014-2044. The plan establishes a vision and desired outcomes for Ponsonby Road and includes an implementation strategy.
Proposed advocacy positions for the Annual Budget 2017/2018
The Annual Budget includes the levels of rates rises for the forthcoming financial year as well as investment priorities. This process is led by the Mayor of Auckland who, following consultation with Aucklanders, will finalise the budget in June.
Proposed advocacy positions for Annual Budget 2017/2018 (PDF 272KB)
Teed Street upgrade
This document will set the vision for Newmarket Laneways into the future, the aim to improve the quality of our streets and public spaces, making them safer, more inviting, more interesting - and more walkable.
Update on the Teed Street Upgrade:
- The Teed Street Upgrade is planned to begin construction on site early May 2017 for a period of approximately 7 months.
- Access to business and shops will remain open throughout construction.
- Pedestrian access to footpaths will be managed around construction but will remain open throughout the build.
- Vehicular access will be carefully managed around construction works to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum.
The project is estimated to be complete on site in October 2017.<
Newmarket Laneways Plan (PDF 3.07MB)
Waitematā City Fringe Economic Development Action Plan (2014)
The Waitematā City Fringe Economic Development Action Plan creates a framework to guide local economic development actions for Waitematā Local Board Area with a focus on the city fringe area.
Waitemata City Fringe Local Economic Development Action Plan (PDF 926KB)
Waitematā Local Board Plan (2014- 2017)
Waitematā Local Board Plan is the guiding document for the local board, and is their strategic three-year plan to outline their communities’ priorities and preferences. The plan will also guide:
- our decisions on local activities, projects and facilities
- our input into the regional strategies and plans of Auckland Council
- how we work with other agencies that play a key role in our area, including community groups, central government agencies and council-controlled organisations.
- local boards are required to develop a local board plan every three years. The plans form the basis for development of the annual local board agreements for each financial year. They also inform the development of Auckland Council's Long-term Plan, the council's 10-year-budget.
Waitematā Local Board Plan (2014- 2017) (PDF 5MB)
Accessible word documents of Local Board Plans are also available on request through contacting our Contact Centre on (09) 301 0101 or by visiting one of our Customer Service Centres.
You can find more information on our local board plans page
Waitematā Local Board Agreement (2016- 2017)
The local board agreement sets out the local board's budget and funding for activities and performance measures for the financial year.
Local board agreements are part of the council's annual budget
Waitematā Local Board Agreement 2016/2017 (PDF 827KB)
Waitematā Greenways Plan
Auckland’s Greenways plans are a series of linked, visionary plans driven by local boards with the long-term aim to improve walking, cycling and ecological connections across the region.
To achieve this, Greenways may cross existing parkland and follow street connections between parks.
The network typically follows natural landforms such as streams and coastlines as well as man-made features such as streets and motorways.
Implementing the Waitematā Greenways Plan will better connect the area to the neighbouring Kaipatiki, Orakei and Albert-Eden Local Board areas and link to regional walking and cycling proposals for the greater Auckland region.
Waitematā Greenways Plan - part 1 (PDF 6.32MB)
Waitematā Greenways Plan - part 2 (PDF 6.79MB)
Waitematā Greenways Plan - part 3 (PDF 7.93MB)
Waitematā Greenways Plan - part 4 (PDF 1.44MB)
Waitematā Greenways Plan - part 5 (PDF 5.32MB)
The Western Park Tuna Mau Development Plan
The Western Park Tuna Mau Development Plan was adopted by Waitematā Local Board in August 2015, it provides a clear design framework to guide improvements and renewals throughout the park over the next 10 years and beyond.
The framework it provides will facilitate an improved open space that meets the aspirations and goals that the community and mana whenua have for the park.
Three core components were used as the main values within this plan – heritage, people and place.
The Western Park Tuna Mau Development Plan (PDF 12.MB)