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Rodney Local Board plans, agreements and reports

Find information about plans, agreements and reports that relate to the Rodney Local Board.

You should know

Community consultation on the 2023 local board plans is now complete.

We will use your feedback to shape the final plans, which will be adopted in late October 2023.

To find out more, visit Local Board Plans 2023.

Rodney Local Board Plan 2020

The Rodney Local Board Plan is the guiding document for the local board and is its strategic three-year plan to outline the communities' priorities and preferences.

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.

​Translation in te reo Māori

​Get a copy of previous plans

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

Rodney 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.

Get a copy of the local board agreement

Read our budget plans in full.​

Rodney Local Park Management Plan

The Rodney Local Park Management Plan covers around over 330 parks and over 1300 hectares of land. To get a copy of the plan, see Rodney Local Park Management Plan.

Wellsford Centennial Masterplan

The Wellsford Centennial Park masterplan sets the vision for the park to be a key community sports and recreational hub.

It aims to guide development of the park over the next ten years.

The masterplan will:

  • guide future decision making on investment for the park
  • provide the approximate location of new assets or improvements to existing assets and park features.

Four key values and principles will guide this masterplan. They include:

  •  manaaki
  •  taiao
  •  hauroa
  •  whanaungatanga.

Get a copy of the plan

Rodney Local Board Achievements Report

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 Rodney Local Board's achievements and progress against key initiatives in the Rodney Local Board Plan.

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​Rodney Local Board - Joint CCO Engagement Plan 2021-2022

This plan outlines how Rodney Local Board and council-controlled organisations (CCOs) will work together on community priorities.

The CCOs include:

  • Auckland Transport
  • Tātaki Auckland Unlimited
  • Eke Panuku Development
  • Watercare

This plan also creates a framework for reporting progress.

Get a copy of the plan

​Building a better Kumeū-Huapai

The Rodney Local Board commissioned Beacon Pathway to find out what Kumeū and Huapai residents liked about their area and what things needed to change.

This report is a summary of the technical information and the results gathered.

Get a copy of the report

​The Kumeū-Huapai Centre Plan

Rodney Local Board has developed the Kumeū-Huapai Centre Plan to guide the growth of the town centre in the short term and over the next 30 years.

The vision is to have an attractive town centre that focuses on the river, has improved connections, and celebrates its heritage and rural hinterland.

The key ideas respond to the challenges and opportunities facing the Kumeū-Huapai town centre and are supported by implementable actions:
1. We want our town centre to look better.
2. We want to get around the centre more easily.
3. Let's improve the river and our natural environment.
4. The town centre is about the people.

Get a copy of the Kumeū-Huapai Centre Plan

Rodney Transport Projects Advocacy Plan (2016)

The Rodney Local Board has set out priority transport projects to be implemented over the next 10 years in Rodney. The local board will seek funding and work with key agencies to deliver these projects.

Get a copy of the plan

​Green Road Park masterplan

The Green Road Park masterplan sets the vision for the park and guides development and the nature of activity on the park.

In the short term, the plan supports establishing basic infrastructure to allow the public to access the park with a focus on weed removal, ecological restoration and specimen tree planting.

Get a copy of the plan

​Rodney Local Paths (Greenways) plans

Auckland's greenways plans are a series of visionary networks being worked on by local boards.

Their long-term aim is to greatly improve, walking, cycling, recreational and ecological connections across the region.


Rodney West Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

The long-term greenways plan for Rodney West covers the Rodney Local Board area west of State Highway One (SH1) and north to, and including, Wainui and Kaukapakapa.

Get a copy of the plan

Kumeū, Huapai, Waimauku and Riverhead Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

The Kumeū, Huapai, Waimauku and Riverhead Local Paths (Greenways) Plan identifies five priority routes that will guide the prioritisation of walkway and cycleway projects in the future.

Get a copy of the plan

​Puhoi to Pakiri Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

The Puhoi to Pakiri Greenways – Local Paths Plan identifies the main priorities that will become walkway and cycleway projects in the future. It was developed by the Rodney Local Board after community consultation. It has a vision to greatly improve walking, cycling and ecological connections throughout the region.

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​Wellsford Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

The Wellsford Local Paths Plan was the first Greenways Plan in Rodney. The plan identifies five priority routes that will guide the prioritisation of walkway and cycleway projects in the future.

Get a copy of the plan

If you would like further information about Rodney Greenways/Local Paths Plans, email

Archived documents

If you are unable to find a document you are looking for you can either contact your local board office or check the council archives.