How this outcome relates to other plans and initiatives
Urban Ngahere (Forest) Strategy
The social, environmental, economic and cultural benefits of urban trees are recognised in the strategy. It identifies street trees and road corridors as important parts of the urban forest for Auckland.
This is especially evident in the city centre, where the dense and built up environment limits the opportunity for developing more parks and open spaces.
Auckland city centre provides an opportunity to increase biodiversity on streets, green roof and walls with trees and planting.
The Auckland Domain Masterplan
The Auckland Domain has its own 2016 Auckland Domain Masterplan that sets out priorities for future enhancement within the park.
The Domain has the potential to offer a lot more access to green space if stronger walking and cycling links between the city centre and The Domain are created.
This would also support the 2016 Auckland Domain Masterplan's goal to reduce the impact of vehicle traffic within the park.
- Auckland's Biodiversity Strategy
- Climate Action Framework
- Auckland's Urban Ngāhere (forest) Strategy
- Regional Pest Management Strategy (RPMS)
- Auckland Transport Design Manual (TDM)
More information about green city centre