Around 400 new homes are coming to Point England
Around 400 new market, state and affordable homes are coming to Point England as part of the Tāmaki regeneration programme. Over the next twenty years, the area will become a grid of liveable streets connected to public transport and open space, centred around a pedestrian-focussed and greened Anderson Avenue.
The programme has identified opportunities for new amenity in Point England, such as an urban farm, and improved reserves. We will support the existing youth centre and collaborate with them to provide outdoor amenity nearby. We will also celebrate and invest in local heritage properties.
We will work alongside locals on creative approaches to test out street designs, such as street ‘furniture’, where cars can go and tree planting. This is made possible through NZTA’s ‘Tactical Urbanism’ fund.
Construction is planned in a staged way, beginning with design and community and mana whenua consultation, and progressing through demolition, civil construction, and building. You can read more about the process here. If you’d like to get involved in the consultation process, please click here.
Click on the pin drops to learn about neighbourhood developments that are planned or underway, or scroll down to learn about what’s here and what’s coming to Point England more generally.