Select one of the maps below to find out more about the
strategies underlying the future planning framework.
These maps have been updated to take into account the community
and stakeholder feedback and to illustrate where changes have taken
place. View the
original interactive maps here.
Citywide Spatial Framework
This expresses in maps and in words, the key medium and long-term outcomes that the council wants to achieve for the Auckland isthmus.
Quality Built Environment
This shows the areas of the city that will grow the most, including centres, corridors and living environments and how they are linked to transport networks.
Quality Natural Environment
This shows the city's outstanding natural features, where they need to be enhanced, and how they can be better connected.
Strong and Healthy Communities
This shows the location of existing community facilities in relation to key centres and illustrates the importance of having future facilities in the right places.
This shows clusters and corridors of leisure activity around Auckland city, and illustrates the importance of good access to the waterfront, the coast and parks and key event locations.
This shows employment areas throughout the isthmus, including centres, corridors and business areas, their location and the connections between them.
This focuses on transport connections between the various parts of the city and how this supports future growth and the efficient functioning of the city.
This section identifies key themes in Auckland
city's historic urban landscape and our aspirations for the identification and protection of heritage sites and items the community value.