What the project is about
Improvements for Greenslade Reserve will involve replacing underground stormwater pipes.
Stage one of this upgrade will:
allow the network to more efficiently collect water during heavy rainfall
improve water quality and drainage
create an urban wetland and connect the community to its natural environment.
Greenslade Reserve will remain accessible during stage one of physical works to construct the pipeline and wetland.
We expect construction of stage one to start in January 2020 and to be completed by mid-2020.
Stage two of Greenslade Reserve's transformation into a more usable green space will be confirmed at a later date.
Working hours will be 7.30am-5pm, Monday to Saturday.
Some work outside these hours may be required, but we will notify residents if they are likely to be affected.
We will keep noise and vibration levels within acceptable limits.
Who is behind the project
The Greenslade Reserve upgrade is part of Te Ara Awataha, a new greenway for Northcote along the path of the historic Awataha Stream.
Te Ara Awataha is part of the wider regeneration of the Northcote town centre and associated state housing areas.
This work is being led by Panuku Development Auckland and Kāinga Ora (formerly known as HLC, the Housing New Zealand subsidiary).
Te Ara Awataha Greenway project is already underway at Jesse Tonar Reserve with community-led stream restoration work by Kaipātiki Project.
If you have any questions about this project, email:
To learn more about what's happening in Northcote, visit the
Northcote Development website.