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Ōrākei plans, agreements and reports

Ngā Mahere, whakaaetanga me ngā rīpoata mō Ōrākei

Ōrākei Local Board Plan 2014-2017

The Ōrākei 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.

Get a copy of the plan

​You can request accessible word documents of local board plans through our contact centre on 09 301 0101 or by visiting one of our service centres.

Draft local board plan 2017

The draft Ōrākei Local board plan 2017 is currently in development and will be adopted in October 2017.

Ōrākei Local Board Agreement (budget) 2017/2018

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 agreement

​Ōrākei Local Board achievement reports

Local boards have a wide ranging role. They make decisions on local matters, provide local leadership and work with you to build strong communities.

Read about the Ōrākei Local Board's progress and achievements

​Colin Maiden Precinct Masterplan

This masterplan provides an outline for future development of Colin Maiden Park Precinct.

Get a copy of the plan

​Eastern Parks Masterplan

This masterplan provides an outline for future development of Crossfield Reserve, Glover Park and Madills Farm, enabling issues faced by the three parks to be considered in an integrated manner.

​Hobson Bay Action Plan

After working with key local stakeholders, the Ōrākei Local Board has adopted the Hobson Bay Action Plan.

The plan aims to:

  • provide a clear vision and planning framework to guide existing and future investment in the area
  • coordinate and integrate projects taking place in and around Hobson Bay.

The plan focuses on how we can improve the access, use and amenity of the Hobson Bay area to meet the needs of a growing Orākei community by:

  • improving leisure and recreation opportunities on land and water
  • creating new and improved connections for pedestrians and cyclists
  • enhancing the environment of Hobson Bay so it is healthy, safe and pleasant to use
  • improving transport connections
  • creating an environment where safety is a priority
  • celebrating the distinct natural and cultural heritage of the area.

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​The Landing Concept Plan

The Landing, on Tāmaki Drive, offers a variety of marine-related sport and recreation activities on the Waitematā Harbour.

The Ōrākei Local Board recently launched The Landing Concept Plan. Complementing the Tāmaki Drive Master Plan, we aim to see The Landing at Okahu Bay become a world-class marine-related sport and recreation area with opportunities for all ages.

The board worked with all the existing clubs and user groups, including Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and Akarana Marine Sports Charitable Trust, to develop this concept plan.

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​Ōrākei retail reports

Auckland Council and the Ōrākei Local Board commissioned two reports on successful retail practice in town centres.

The work is focused on the Ōrākei Local Board area. However, many of the lessons can also be applied to other centres across the Auckland region.

Successful town centres

​Successful mainstreet retailing

Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) need to make their town centres not only attractive places, but commercially successful places.

They need to compete effectively, with other town centres and with other retail formats such as shopping malls.

This report provides some useful suggestions and tools to mainstreet retailers to help them succeed in creating loyal customers - ways to attract them, get them to buy, and to come back.

​Tāmaki Drive Masterplan

This masterplan represents a significant collective effort that shows the depth of feeling and pride that many people, both residents and visitors, have for this jewel of Auckland.

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Archived documents

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