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Te Mahere Whakaora mō Tāmaki Makaurau

Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Plan

Last updated: 23 February 2024

 

The Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Plan sets out the principles, aims and funding approach for Auckland's recovery from the 2023 weather events. It also acknowledges those involved in the delivery of related projects and initiatives.

 

Purpose of the Recovery Plan

The purpose of a recovery plan is to set out a recovery vision for the future of the community.

The plan looks at the following priorities:

  • providing information, advice and resources for Aucklanders
  • delivering programmes and initiatives to support wellbeing and recovery
  • improving the making repairs and improvements to key infrastructure
  • enabling mana whenua to partner and lead in the recovery
  • empowering communities to lead their own recovery.

Recovery Plan focus areas

The recovery plan focuses on:

  • community and social recovery
  • Māori partnership and participation
  • natural and built environment
  • economic recovery.

In the following image, the top path shows a stylised timeline of the recovery plan from 2023 to 2025, highlighting major milestones. In the middle of the graphic are the four focus areas of the plan and their corresponding aims.

​Infographic showing Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Plan focus areas and outcomes.


More information

Download the Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Plan to learn more.

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