Opportunities for future projects
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Albert Park Tunnels - realising the vision
Find out about the private-led proposal to reopen the Albert Park Tunnels and how it could meet the goals of the CCMP transformational moves.
Aotea Quarter - leveraging public transport investment
The area around Aotea Square will undergo a major urban transformation during the life of the masterplan.
Dominion Road Junction - creating a future urban neighbourhood
Find out about the vision and opportunities for a Dominion Road junction.
Grafton Gully - creating a multi-way boulevard
The City Centre Masterplan has identified the potential to transform SH16 through Grafton Gully into a multi-way boulevard.
Grafton Gully - creating a safer, more attractive and revitalised part of the city
Find out about the opportunities to turn Waipapa / Grafton Gully into a place distinctly Tāmaki Makaurau that supports our people, communities and environment to thrive.
Hobson and Nelson streets - more liveable, green twin avenues
Find out about the opportunity to transform Hobson and Nelson streets into more liveable, green twin avenues.
Karangahape Road - leveraging public transport investment
Find out about the opportunities CCMP has identified to complement the changes happening in the Karangahape Road area.
Lower Hobson Street and downtown west - realising full potential on the waterfront
Find out about the redevelopment and public space enhancement opportunities in Lower Hobson Street and downtown west.
Papa kōkiri - a flexible mana whenua facility on the central waterfront
Find out about how a papa kōkiri could benefit the city centre.
Queen Street - putting pedestrians first
Queen Street will continue to evolve over the life of the masterplan, becoming a vibrant pedestrian-priority street at the heart of Waihorotiu / Queen Street Valley.
Queens Wharf - progressively delivering waterfront public spaces for people
Queens Wharf will be progressively redeveloped to deliver on its role as 'the people's wharf'.
Symonds Street - redesigned to support the learning quarter
Symonds Street offers significant opportunity to be redesigned over the medium term to support the University of Auckland and AUT's functions and goals.
Union and Wellington streets - walking and cycling and connections
The streetscapes and motorway bridge along this route present many opportunities for improvements to the safety, comfort and enjoyment of people walking, cycling and scootering.
Victoria Street - creating a linear park
The City Centre Masterplan envisages the Victoria linear park as a flagship future opportunity for Auckland.
Waiatarau / Victoria Park - integrating the park with the surrounding areas
Find out about the opportunity to integrate the park edges of Waiatarau / Victoria Park with surrounding streets and fast-growing urban neighbourhoods at Victoria and Wynyard quarters.
Whare tāpere - a contemporary community house at the heart of the Aotea Quarter
Find out about how a whare tāpere could benefit the city centre.
Wynyard Point - creating new open spaces
With a growing city centre population, the continued regeneration of Wynyard Quarter presents a rare opportunity to create a generous new open space on the harbour's edge.
Wynyard Crossing and Te Wero - connecting Wynyard Quarter to central waterfront
Find out about this opportunity to create a new permanent structure and enhanced public spaces that connect Wynyard Quarter to the central waterfront.
Progress AKL: Te Komititanga
We're creating an enhanced public space on lower Queen Street between Britomart and the Commercial Bay shopping complex. This will better connect people to trains, ferries and buses, and provide an attractive space that leads towards the waterfront.
Progress AKL: Federal Street upgrade
We're working to upgrade Federal Street to create pedestrian-friendly spaces, where people can work and play.
Progress AKL: Quay Street strengthening
To protect Quay Street and the utility services beneath it, we need to strengthen the 100-year-old seawall between Princes Wharf and Marsden Wharf.