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Effective monitoring and clear evaluation processes are vital to successfully implement the Auckland Plan 2050.
Ongoing monitoring and evaluation provides:
- a process for tracking progress
- a strong evidence base to help align our implementation plans, regulatory plans and funding programmes.
The monitoring framework measures progress made towards delivering the six outcomes set out in the Auckland Plan 2050.
Some of the outcomes we measure, for example levels of transport emissions and the cost of housing, apply to progress across more than one outcome. This reflects the integrated nature of the plan.
Read more about the Auckland Plan's six outcomes.
Auckland Plan 2050: Monitoring framework
Three Yearly Progress Report
The Three Yearly Progress report is the Auckland Plan's most detailed monitoring report. It is published every three years and builds on the information provided in the annual monitoring report.
The Three Yearly Progress Report also uses a range of other reports and data to show the progress made for each outcome.
We completed the first progress report in February 2020.
Annual monitoring reports
The annual scorecard is a visual presentation of the annual monitoring report.
Baseline measuresThis report explains the data we use to measure the progress of the Auckland Plan.
The Development Strategy
The Development Strategy shows how Auckland will grow and change over the next 30 years. It takes account of the Auckland Plan's six outcomes, as well as expected growth and opportunities provided in the Auckland Unitary Plan.
We report on the Development Strategy every year to track its progress.
See our Development Strategy Progress page to find out about progress made in 2022/2023.