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Planning

Decision

One council with one set of plans.

Explanation

Auckland Council will have one set of plans, including a single Long-Term Council Community Plan (LTTCP, City Plan or Ten Year Plan).

Regional infrastructure investment and spatial plans will enable central government to more effectively plan its investments in the Auckland region to deliver the greatest benefit to Auckland and New Zealand as a whole.

A spatial plan will pull together all economic, infrastructure, environment and other plans to ensure that collectively they can support the best outcomes for the Auckland region. It will set out:

  • how the region will develop in the future
  • where critical infrastructure services will be located, for example water, sewerage and roads
  • the future location and mix of residential, business and industrial activities within specific geographic areas.

Integrated planning will give Auckland a united voice when working with central government or petitioning for investment in major events such as the Rugby World Cup, and support the investment and changes needed to host such events.

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