Transformational move 8: Harbour edge stitch
The city centre is shaped by its historic and ongoing relationship with the Waitematā Harbour.
The waterfront has transformed from a gritty industrial area to a much-loved destination for Aucklanders and visitors, supporting a sustainable working waterfront.
This move incorporates Auckland's Waterfront Plan. It is also consistent with the Ports Master Plan.
It will unite the city centre and waterfront through regeneration, public realm improvements and the development of new mixed-use destinations.
Explore the harbour edge stitch
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.
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.
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'.