How this outcome relates to other plans and initiatives
How this outcome works with other initiatives
The Aotea Quarter Framework 2016
The Aotea Quarter Framework 2016 provides strategic direction on how to take the already impressive array of performing arts venues and cultural institutions to the next level as a people focused living, breathing, arts precinct, with vibrancy, creativity and design excellence.
City Centre Art Plan
The City Centre Public Art Plan was developed in 2018 to guide strategic, transformative investment of city centre.
Targeted rate funds ($3 million of funding to 2026) public art, with additional funding from regional public art and other development budgets for public art over ten years.
The plan has been formed in the context of the CCMP, Public Art Policy and existing and scheduled public art provision in the City Rail Link and Wynyard Quarter.
It also considers the public artwork bonus floor area scheme in the Unitary Plan, by which developers can provide some public benefit from otherwise private developments, in return for increasing a building’s floor area.
See our Public Art Policy for more information.
The Unitary Plan
Provisions in The Auckland Unitary Plan help to protect sunlight and daylight into our public spaces and parks.
This ensures that the public realm is designed and managed to create the right conditions for public life to unfold throughout the day.
More information about public life