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Kaipātiki plans, agreements and reports
Kaipātiki Local Board Plan 2020
The Kaipātiki Local Board Plan is its strategic three-year plan outlining the community's priorities.
Local board plans guide local board activity, funding and investment decisions. They also influence local board input into regional strategies and plans, including the Auckland Plan (the 30-year vision for Auckland), the council’s 10-year Budget (Long-term Plan) and the annual budgets.
The local board has agreed on the plan for 2020. Read more about the discussion on the Kaipātiki Local Board plan 2020 site.
Translation in te reo Māori
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Kaipātiki Local Board Agreement (budget)
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.
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Birkenhead War Memorial Park Masterplan
This regenerative masterplan is an aspirational 30-year plan that provides a framework for future decisions affecting investment and development of the park and its facilities. It uses a principle-based approach to advocate for a shared facility model in order to achieve the best use of space at Birkenhead War Memorial Park for the greatest benefit.
Get a copy of the Birkenhead War Memorial Park masterplan
Kaipātiki Local Board - Joint CCO Engagement Plan 2021-2022
This plan outlines how Kaipātiki Local Board and council-controlled organisations (CCOs) will work together on community priorities.
The CCOs include:
- Auckland Transport
- Auckland Unlimited
- Eke Panuku Development
This plan also creates a framework for reporting progress.
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Fernglen Native Plant Garden Reserve Service Assessment
This service assessment established service outcomes to guide future works at Fernglen Native Plant Gardens in the following areas:
- horticulture and botany
- ecology and sustainability
- connections and access
- history, culture and the arts
Get a copy of the Fernglen reserve assessment
Kaipātiki Community Facility Trust Partnering Agreement
The Kaipātiki Community Facilities Trust (KCFT) Partnering Agreement presents how the Kaipātiki Local Board and KCFT intend to work together to support Kaipātiki’s residents and communities to thrive.
Get a copy of the Kaipātiki Community Facilities Trust partnering agreement
Kaipātiki Connections Network Plan
The Kaipātiki Connections Network Plan aims to provide cycling and walking connections which are safe and enjoyable, while also improving local ecology and access to recreational opportunities.
The plan proposes enhancements and extensions to the existing Kaipātiki network of walking tracks and on-road cycle links that will improve connections both within parks, and between areas of open space.
Get a copy of the Kaipātiki connections network plan
Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan
An omnibus approach instead of the previous single reserve management plans, the Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan will provide a holistic and integrated view of the local board’s core park management issues and priorities in order to enable consistency of open space management across the local board area and park types.
For the latest information on the Kaipātiki local parks management plan see the consultation on Kaipātiki Local Parks Management Plan.
Kaipātiki Nature Spaces and Trails Feasibility Assessment
This study uses network analysis mapping to explore overall patterns and synergies between existing nature reserves, ecosystems, Kaipātiki Explorer routes, and playspace provision. Possible sites for nature play spaces and trails are assessed for their intrinsic nature play opportunities, with schematic site plans presenting recommendations spatially for future implementation.
Get a copy of the nature spaces and trails assessment
Kaipātiki Play and SunSmart Provision Assessment
This study assesses the current playspace provision and play value at a network and individual playspace scale to identify and address:
- Gaps or oversupply in playspace provision
- Gaps in play value or age group provision
- Relationships between facilities and opportunities for complementary provision of activities
- Shifts in age demographics
- SunSmart shade provision
- Renewal priorities and minimum capital works budget requirements
Get a copy of the Kaipātiki play and sunsmart assessment
Kaipātiki Urban Ngahere Report
The urban forest within the Kaipātiki local board area contains about 60 native bush reserves, and this 2013 report presents a snapshot in the context of current land cover, demographic, socioeconomic, and environmental issues.
Get a copy of the Kaipātiki ngahere report
Naturalisation of Parks Service Assessment
This report identifies potential trial sites for the four themed naturalisation opportunities of edible gardens, food forests, pollinator pathways and natural meadows within local parks in the Kaipātiki local board area.
Get a copy of the naturalisation of parks assessment
Northcote Town Centre Benchmark Masterplan
The Benchmark Masterplan sets out an exciting, ambitious vision for a regenerated Northcote Town Centre. It is based on urban design and Te Aranga design principles and promotes a comprehensive, staged development with new, fit-for-business buildings.
Get a copy of the Northcote benchmark masterplan
Pest Free Kaipātiki MoU
A formalisation of Auckland Council’s cooperative relationship with Pest Free Kaipātiki towards achieving a shared vision of “a place where birds and other native wildlife flourish, and everyone works together to support our natural heritage.” Specifically, this sets out a framework enabling cooperation between Auckland Council and Pest Free Kaipātiki in predator control, weed eradication, and planting of native vegetation, asset management, development, and other conservation and ecological restoration activities on public and private land in the Kaipātiki local board area.
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The Sunnynook Plan has been developed by the Kaipātiki Local Board and the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board.
This plan covers Sunnynook, Tōtara Vale and Forrest Hill and its development over the next 30 years.
The vision is to create an attractive, connected, walkable, social and liveable neighbourhood for diverse cultures and ages.
The outcomes and actions in the plan will help us achieve this vision.
Get a copy of the Sunnynook Plan
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