Auckland Unitary Plan; Its Arrived

Residential Construction Auckland Pronto Hire

Auckland Unitary Plan; Its Arrived

The future of Auckland has been revealed. At 1:30pm this afternoon, the Auckland Council released the new proposed Unitary Plan, which recommends more urban sprawl and greater intensification.

From removed residential density controls, to increased terraced housing and apartments, to significantly more growth in the outskirts – Auckland is in for some big changes. And the construction industry is in for a lot more work. It’s all go here in Auckland; lets be a part of this exciting growth. We’ve plenty of machines to suit the many different job sites. Call us to secure your hire!

• New proposal to provide 422,000 dwellings
• 22% of single homes on traditional sections to be rezoned for intensification
• Remove density controls in residential zones
• Ensure sufficient capacity for the next seven years
• Enable the growth and development of new or existing rural towns and villages
• Delete a pre-1944 building demolition control overlay and protect heritage places and special character areas
• Remove or reduce requirements for on-site parking

Auckland’s urban boundary will be expanded to free up 30% more land for houses and residential development, with many homeowners facing rezoning to their properties.

Of the 422,000 proposed dwellings for Auckland, 270,000 will be within the existing urban boundary and a whopping 152,000 will be in rural areas and around towns like Warkworth, Kumeu and Pukekohe.

Recommended Changes to Housing Zones Pronto Hire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayor Len Brown has said “today is a major milestone for Auckland”
Read more in the news about the Unitary Plan here (NZ Herald) and here (Stuff)
See the Unitary Plan here

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