The Auckland Airport Shareholding Policy, which sets out the strategy for managing our investment in Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL).
The BID Policy outlines how we work with local business associations.
The Development Contributions Policy sets contribution charges.
The Events Policy reflects our commitment to an economically robust and socially inclusive events programme.
This policy sets out our approach to the remission and postponement of rates on Māori freehold land (MFL).
The Parks and Open Space Acquisition Policy sets the framework for acquiring new land for parks and open space.
Supporting public art activity in all its forms contributes to our vision of Auckland being the world’s most liveable city.
This policy allows us to consider whether procuring a project through a public private partnership (PPP) will deliver the best value for money outcome for us and our stakeholders.
The Rates Remission and Postponement Policy addresses financial assistance and support for ratepayers, as well as anomalies and other schemes.
The Significance and Engagement Policy records how we consider community views and preferences when making decisions.
The Smokefree Policy is aimed at improving the health and well-being of Auckland’s communities by reducing the prevalence of smoking and de-normalising smoking behaviour.
The Treasury Management Policy consists of a liability management policy and an investment policy.
The Weed Management Policy helps us manage weeds in our parks and open spaces, including the road corridor.
When working to resolve issues, in rare circumstances we may need to apply our Unreasonable Complainant Conduct Policy.
The Local Alcohol Policy outlines the location, number and trading hours for alcohol businesses in different areas. It is presently under appeal.
The Local Alcohol Policy identifies areas in Auckland with higher rates of alcohol-related harm. It is presently under appeal.