An awesome place to live, work and raise a family

Creating opportunities for home ownership

Creating jobs, education, skills & employment opportunities

Unlocking Tamaki’s potential

Shaping Tāmaki Together

Welcome to the
Tāmaki Regeneration Programme

Tāmaki is the largest urban transformation project in New Zealand, creating a thriving, attractive, sustainable and self-reliant community where the future looks brighter for residents of Glen Innes, Panmure and Point England.

It's happening now, with over 7,500 new homes being built over the next 20 years. Schools, amenities, playgrounds - an entirely new community evolving from Tāmaki’s rich history – will bring a new prosperity, energy and spirit to the community.  It is opening doors to home ownership for thousands of young Kiwis and creating training, employment and business pathways for the community to prosper.

This new standard in urban regeneration will create a modern multi-cultural community, surrounded by world-class amenities with easy access to the CBD and Auckland's beaches, parks and amenities.  With efficient transport connections already in place, Tāmaki is unlocking potential like no other district in the region.

In the Neighbourhoods

Follow the map to find out more about what's happening in the suburbs and neighbourhoods of Tāmaki. The latest developments, progress and your opportunity to tell us what's important to you. And while you are there, sign-up for regular updates.

It's happening now

Keep up to date with all the latest news and events about the regeneration programme and the Tāmaki area.

Regeneration Update

TRC takes a neighbourhood-by-neighbourhood approach to understand the specifi c needs, opportunities and challenges of each area and the families who live there.

Plumbing apprentice follows in Grandpa's footsteps

Max Leuila is building a successful career in the plumbing industry thanks to help from the Tāmaki Jobs & Skills Hub.

Tāmaki history comes to life on Cultural Tour

Some of the most significant moments in Tāmaki history were revisited during a recent tour of the area.