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Henderson-Massey plans, agreements and reports
Henderson-Massey Local Board Plan 2020
The Henderson-Massey Local Board Plan is the guiding document for the local board, and is its strategic three-year plan to outline its communities’ priorities and preferences.
The plan will also guide:
- decisions on local activities, projects and facilities
- input into the regional strategies and plans of Auckland Council
- how the local board works with other agencies that play a key role in its 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, 10-year-budget.
The local board has agreed on the plan for 2020. Read more about the discussion on the Henderson-Massey Local Board plan 2020 site.
Translation in te reo Māori
Get a copy of previous plans
Henderson-Massey Local Board progress and achievement report
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 service centres.
Henderson-Massey Local Board Agreement 2014-2040
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.
Get a copy of the local board agreement
Read our budget plans in full.
Te Atatū South Plan
The Te Atatū South Plan provides direction and actions for the next 30 years that will make Te Atatū South a great place to live, work, play and visit.
- the local board, council and community’s vision for the area
- themes for the area's future development
- key moves for change
- a set of actions to achieve them.
See The Te Atatū South Plan for more information.
Henderson Implementation Plan 2014-2040
This plan presents key moves to increase growth in the Henderson metropolitan area, and to respond to the outcomes of the Auckland Plan.
It sets out projects and actions to 2040, with an emphasis on short-term projects that can be easily implemented in the next five years.
Many of the projects set out in the Henderson Implementation Plan cross over with the work being done in Henderson by Panuku.
See the Henderson page of Panuku's website to read about the latest project updates.
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Henderson-Massey Connections Plan
The Henderson-Massey Connections Plan is a response to aspirations set by the Henderson-Massey Local Board Plan and the more detailed objective from within.
The Connections Plan presents a vision of a complete network of shared paths connecting:
- town centres
- public facilities
- recreation areas
- public transport hubs.
It is a long-term plan with the aim of significantly improving walking, cycling and ecological connections within the urban environment in the Henderson-Massey Local Board area.
Get a copy of the Henderson-Massey Connections Plan
Unlock Henderson - high level project plan 2017
As a result of rapid growth, Auckland is experiencing significant housing and infrastructure pressures.
Henderson was identified as an urban centre in the Auckland region with development potential. This project is known as Unlock Henderson.
Panuku Development Auckland has developed a high-level project plan for Henderson. You can read more about the plan on the Unlock Henderson- high level project plan page.
The Henderson-Massey Open Space Network Plan 2015-2025
This open space network plan identifies and prioritises projects that will improve Henderson-Massey’s parks and open spaces over the next ten years.
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Harbourview-Orangihina Masterplan 2019
This plan will guide long-term improvements to the Harbourview-Orangihina park in Te Atatū Peninsula for years to come.
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Toitū Waitākere Report 2017
This report outlines the concerns and aspirations of West Auckland’s Māori community.
It also guides the development of the west local board's Maori responsiveness plan, Waitakere ki tua.
Get a copy of the report
Waitākere ki tua 2019
This guide was developed from kōrero shared by the West Auckland Māori community through the West Auckland Mataawaka Report 2014 and the Toitū Waitākere Report 2017.
It provides guidance and support for local boards in West Auckland (Henderson-Massey, Whau and Waitākere Ranges) with decision-making on matters that are important to Māori in West Auckland.
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