Wa­ter­front ideas

Central Leader - - News -

Your ideas are wanted on how to trans­form Auck­land’s wa­ter­front.

An on­line ideas bank has been set up by Sea+City, the com­pany man­ag­ing re­de­vel­op­ment of Wyn­yard Quar­ter, the for­mer tank farm site.

Auck­lan­ders can sub­mit ideas or pho­to­graphs of top wa­ter­front de­sign from over­seas.

Project di­rec­tor John Dalzell says the de­sign is flexible enough to al­low good ideas to be in­cor­po­rated.

“The ideas bank gives peo­ple yet an­other op­por­tu­nity to tell us what they would like to see at Wyn­yard Quar­ter, fol­low­ing ex­ten­sive con­sul­ta­tion about the project al­ready.”

Mr Dalzell says there’s no guar­an­tee that sub­mit­ted ideas will be im­ple­mented.

And at this stage, there’s no plans for the sub­mis­sions to be dis­played on the web­site.

But each will be con­sid­ered by a mem­ber of the de­sign team.

Pub­lic sub­mis­sions have al­ready re­sulted in changes to the de­signs for the 29-hectare Wyn­yard Quar­ter site.

More open space, room for host­ing marine events and more land for marine in­dus­tries will be in­cluded.

Shops, apart­ments, restau­rants, of­fices, a large head­land park and marine and fish­ing in­dus­try ar­eas are planned.

The 25-year project is funded by Auck­land Re­gional Hold­ings and Auck­land City Coun­cil.

Hear­ings have been held this year by both city and re­gional coun­cils to con­sider dis­trict and coastal plan changes to al­low the de­vel­op­ment.

To sub­mit an idea, go to www.sea city.co.nz.

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