Our key plans and strategies
The Auckland Plan
The Auckland Plan is a 30-year plan to guide Auckland's future and deliver on specific topics, including housing, transport, employment, protecting the environment, Māori wellbeing, opportunities for all Aucklanders.
The following plans and strategies support the Auckland Plan and its vision.
Auckland Unitary Plan
Auckland Unitary Plan guides the use of Auckland’s natural and physical resources, including land development.
Budgets and reporting
We're responsible for lots of budgets including the
The 10 Year Budget 2021-2031 (Our Recovery Budget) and the
annual report provides an overview of what we did over the past year to contribute to
Auckland Plan outcomes.
The annual budget (annual plan)
Every year, we must adopt an
annual budget for the following financial year. It has to also identify variations from any budgets that have been allocated in the 10-year budget (long-term plan).
The 10-year budget (long-term plan)
10-year budget puts the Auckland Plan in motion and sets out our projects and budget for the next decade.
Local board plans
Local boards make decisions on local issues, activities and services, and provide input into regional strategies, policies, plans and decisions.
Local board plans are three-year plans which draw from the priorities of their community.
Local board agreements record the delivery and funding of local activities and intended levels of service for that area, for the year.