Top of the page Skip to main content
Auckland Council Logo The Auckland City Centre Master Plan Logo
He pēhea te hono atu o te whāinga pokapū tāone tauwhiro taiao ki ētahi atu o ngā mahere me ngā kaupapa

How the sustainable city outcome relates to other plans and initiatives

About the strategic context of this outcome 

Auckland Climate Action Framework 

This outcome focuses on the Auckland Climate Action Framework and Outcome 5 of the Auckland Plan 2050.

Environmental forums 

This includes collaboration via fora such as the Mana Whenua Kaitiaki Forum.

Auckland is the world's largest Māori city. From a Te Ao Māori perspective, the health of people is linked to the health of the environment.

This has implications for the manaakitanga of the city centre.

CCMP Outcome 5 - Public life 

Outcome 5 - Public life specifies that Aucklanders preserve, protect and care for the natural environment as our shared cultural heritage, for its intrinsic value and for the benefit of present and future generations.

CCMP - Access for Everyone (A4E)

A4E will remove fossil-fuelled, through traffic from the city centre, creating a zero emission area in the Waihorotiu / Queen Street Valley and potentially the Wynyard Quarter.

Auckland Climate Action Framework (ACAF) 

Auckland's ACAF is currently being developed to achieve net zero emissions in Auckland by 2050 and increase our climate resilience.

A Zero Carbon, Resilient City Centre is a flagship action of ACAF.

C40 cities network 

As a member of the C40 cities network, Auckland has pledged to transition to fossil-fuel-free streets by procuring only zero emission buses from 2025, and by ensuring that a major area of the city is zero emission by 2030.

Related information