Tāmaki regeneration is under way
Created out of a community desire to build a better future, the Tāmaki regeneration area includes the Auckland suburbs of Glen Innes, Pt England and Panmure. The first steps toward regeneration have been made and there are several projects currently under way.
The first steps toward regeneration have been made and there are several projects currently under way.
A Tamaki College school leaver has been awarded a cadetship with Aurecon.
The new residents of Tuturiwhatu Lane talk excitedly about their new homes around the barbecue.
On April 30, Minister of Finance Bill English and Minister of Housing Nick Smith announced that the Tāmaki Redevelopment Company…
There are few families who would spend a whole day cleaning their house for the sheer enjoyment of it. Even fewer would dedicate…
The people of Tāmaki have embraced the opportunity to shape the future of the community. Earlier this year, TRC presented the draft Strategic Framework and more than a thousand people shared their feedback, their vision, aspirations and needs. As a result, the draft Strategic Framework has been further strengthened, presented to the New Zealand Government and Auckland Council and approved the work programme to get started.
The voice of the Tāmaki community has achieved these things:
The community told TRC what their priorities are.
The draft Strategic Framework has been updated to reflect community priorities.
The community told us there are more things that can be done.
The draft Strategic Framework now shows new activities added to the programme.
The community told TRC they want to be involved.
The draft Strategic Framework outlines the role that TRC will play as a partner for the community.
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Celebrating the launch of Te Whare Piringa - Our PLace. The new Fenchurch community hub.
We will be based at the Ruapotaka Marae from the 13th July to the 18th July from 6-9pm. There will be a play area, live art…
I am the River - Ko Au Te Awa event to clean up the Omaru River.