Map of Development

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Auckland CBD
10km from Tamaki, the Auckland CBD is the geographical and economic heart of the Auckland metropolitan area.
britomart

Britomart Transport Centre

The public transport hub in the CBD of Auckland, with direct transport links to Tamaki.

Orakei Station

Located on the Eastern Line and the first stop en route to Tamaki.

Meadowbank Railway Station

Located on the Eastern Line en route to Tamaki.
Glen Innes Station

Glen Innes Railway Station

Located within the Tamaki area. Every hour it has two services towards Papakura and two towards Britomart.
Panmure Station

Panmure Transport Interchange

The second stop within Tamaki. It is set to receive a major upgrade in order to become a major bus-rail interchange.
mission bay

Mission Bay

A seaside suburb of Auckland city. The beach is a popular resort, located alongside Tamaki Drive. The area has a vibrant café culture.
rangitoto island

Kohimarama

A coastal residential Auckland suburb, with many homes having some of the best views across the Auckland Harbour.
rangitoto island

Saint Heliers

A seaside suburb of Auckland. This suburb is renown for its beaches, cafés, and views of Rangitoto Island.
Wai o Taiki Bay

Wai o Taiki Bay

The name is based on the original name of the Tamaki River, Te Wai o Taiki, meaning “The Waters of Taiki”.
Tamaki River

Tamaki River

The Tamaki River has a ferry wharf at Half Moon Bay, from where commuter ferries depart for the CBD and car/passenger ferries for Waiheke Island.
Panmure Basin

The Panmure Basin

A tidal estuary within a volcanic crater or maar in New Zealand's Auckland Volcanic Field.
one tree hill

Cornwall Park

An expansive parkland in Epsom, surrounding the park containing Maungakiekie pa or the hill of One Tree Hill.
mount wellington

Maungarei / Mount Wellington

A 135m volcanic peak of the Auckland volcanic field.
Glen Innes

Glen Innes centre

An eclectic mix of small and large businesses, including a number of takeaway stores and supermarket franchises.
Panmure

Panmure centre

A range of local services and international cuisine, reflecting the diversity of the area.

Line/Epping

Over the next three years approximately 33 houses between Line Road and Epping Street will be developed into approximately 140 new homes. These will be a mix of social, affordable and private market homes, including 33 social homes. It is expected that development will begin in late 2017.

YMCA Glen Innes

Community-focused non profit established in 1844 with recreational programs and services for all ages.
Glen Innes Train Station

Glen Innes Station

Located on the Eastern Line of the Auckland Railway Network and is 16 minutes from the CBD.

Glen Innes Community Library

One of 55 library branches in Auckland with spacious facilities and a wide range of books and magazines.
Te Oro

Te Oro

Opened in May 2015, Te Oro is a state-of-the-art music and performing arts centre.

Glen Innes Community Hall

A multi-functional hall with rooms for hire.
Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice Bureau

CAB Glen Innes offers a free information service to the community on a range of issues.

Ruapotaka Marae

One of three marae within the Tāmaki area.
Maybury Reserve

Maybury Reserve

A large open park with a playground, trees and a small stream.

Glen Innes School

Caters for students in years 1-8.

St Pius School

The school has a roll of appoximately 150 students in years 1-8.

Te Kura Kaupapa Māori O Puau Te Moananui A Kiwa

A Māori language medium school with approximately 120 students from years 1-8.
Point England Reserve

Point England Reserve

This 41-hectare reserve borders Point England beach and includes a barbecue area, sportsfields and a playground.

Point England School

The school has a roll of approximately 650 students in years 1-8.

Point England Shops

A range of local shops.

Hinaki

Over the next four years approximately 50 TRC housing sites at Pilkington Road, Tripoli Road, Torino Street, Parata Street and Hinaki Street will be developed into approximately 250 homes. These will be a mix of social, affordable and private market homes, including approximately 78 social homes. It is expected that development will begin in mid 2018.

Further information on the Hinaki Project

Panmure Community Library

One of 55 library branches in Auckland with spacious facilities and a wide range of books and magazines.

YMCA Panmure Lagoon Pools

A pool complex with fitness facilities.

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board office

The Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board covers the south-eastern part of the isthmus, including Panmure.

Citizens Advice Bureau

CAB Panmure-Ellerslie offers a free information service to the community on a range of issues.
Dunkirk Reserve

Dunkirk Reserve

This 15 hectare reserve borders the Tāmaki River and contains sportsfields, tennis courts and a playground.

Panmure Community Centre

A multi-functional facility with rooms for hire.

Sommerville Special School

The school has a roll of approximately 220 students from ages five to twenty-one with moderate to profound special needs.

Tāmaki Primary School

Caters for students in years 1-8.

Panmure Bridge School

The school has a roll of approximately 220 students in years 1-8.

St Patrick’s School

The school has a roll of approximately 220 students in years 1-8.

Ruapotaka Primary School

The school has a roll of approximately 200 students in years 1-8.
Panmure Stone Cottage

Panmure Stone Cottage

Built in 1848, the cottage was moved from Ellerslie-Panmure Highway in 1972. It functions as a Fencible museum and is managed by Panmure Historical Society.
Panmure Station

Panmure Station

Located on the Eastern Line of the Auckland Railway Network and is 19 minutes from the CBD.

Site 1a

  • Completed
  • 11 new social homes
  • Late 2015
  • Housing New Zealand

Site 1b

  • Completed
  • 21 new social homes
  • Early 2016
  • Housing New Zealand

Site 2a

  • Under construction
  • 58 new homes
  • Mid 2018
  • Mike Greer Homes Limited
  • Website

Site 2b

  • Under construction / Stage 1 Consent Approved
  • 113 - 116 new homes
  • Late 2018
  • Under negotiation

Site 3a

  • Under construction
  • 30 new homes
  • Late 2018
  • Classic Developments
  • Houses available

Site 3b

  • Resource consent approved
  • 19 new homes

Site 3c

  • Under construction
  • 10 new homes
  • Early 2017
  • Mike Greer Homes Limited

Site 4a

  • Concept design complete / Resource consent phase
  • 30 - 33 new homes
  • Early 2018

Site 4b

  • Concept design complete / Resource consent phase
  • 40 - 42 new homes
  • Early 2018

Site 5a

  • Resource consent phase
  • 30 new homes
  • Late 2018

Site 5b

  • Resource consent phase
  • 28 new homes
  • Late 2018

Site 5c

  • Resource consent phase
  • 12 new homes
  • Early 2018

Tāmaki College

Tāmaki College caters for students in years 9-13.
Glenbrae

Glenbrae KIDS Early Learning Centre

Completed in April 2015, Glenbrae KIDS was built as a partnership between TRC and the Ministry of Education. View the website.

Glenbrae Primary School

Glenbrae School has a roll of approximately 180 students in years 1-8.

Te Whare Piringa - Our Place

Formerly a disused scout hall, this community hall was opened in Sept 2015 and is managed by local residents.
Point England Reserve

Point England Reserve

This 41-hectare reserve borders Point England beach and includes a barbecue area, sportsfields and a playground.
Overlea North

Overlea North

  • Resource Consent Approved
  • tbc
  • 36 homes
  • Late 2018
Overlea Central

Overlea Central

  • Civil Works Underway
  • Under negotiation
  • 54 homes
  • Mid 2018
Overlea South

Overlea South

  • Civil Works Underway
  • Under negotiation
  • 47 new homes
  • Mid 2018

Stage 1

  • Resource consent
  • 16-20 new homes
  • Early 2019

Stage 2

  • Resource consent
  • Approximately 40 new homes
  • Early 2020

Stage 3

  • Resource consent
  • Approximately 40 new homes
  • Mid 2020

 

The Tamaki redevelopment project will see around 2500 of the existing 2800 social houses being redeveloped over a 15 year timeframe to deliver approximately 7,500 new dwellings. These new dwellings will comprise a mix of social housing, affordable housing and private market housing.

While the early stages of development have been focussed in the Glen Innes area, planning is underway for new projects to commence in the Point England and Panmure areas.