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Consultation to open on Harbourview-Orangihina Park

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Source: Auckland Council

Henderson-Massey Local Board will seek public feedback on the draft Harbourview-Orangihina Park masterplan 13 August – 9 September.

Board Chair Shane Henderson says this park in Te Atatū Peninsula is a fantastic place with outstanding cultural, environmental and recreational features.

“Harbourview-Orangihina is a special place. Our community loves it. It’s rich in Māori and European history. It has wonderful views to the city. And it’s home to rare and endangered bird species,” says Shane.

“We aim to create a plan that benefits the community and balances a number of needs – protecting its environment, creating recreational opportunities and acknowledging its past.”

“It’s important to have your say so that our board can make the best decisions for our community. We really want to hear from you.”

The board welcomes all ideas, which they will carefully consider before deciding on the final masterplan.

You can view the draft masterplan now – read additional information and provide feedback during the consultation period using the below options.

A masterplan is a non-statutory document that outlines a vision for how a park will be used and protected over the long term. It identifies the values of the park and activities that can happen in it.

Have your say

Consultation is open Monday 13 August to 10pm, Sunday 9 September.

There are several ways to have your say.

Online: complete the form at aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/haveyoursay

Drop-in sessions:

  • Saturday 25 August, 10am – 12pm, Te Atatū Peninsula Community Centre foyer
  • Thursday 30 August, 5-7pm, Te Atatū Peninsula Community Centre foyer

You can also provide feedback in person by viewing the draft masterplan and filling out a form at the Te Atatū Peninsula Library or at council’s Henderson service centre.

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