Expression of Interest sought – Great North Rd ridge

Great North Rd Community-led Vision Expressions of interest are sought to develop a Situation Analysis on which to develop a precinct vision for the Great North Road ridge between the Karangahape/Ponsonby/Newton Roads intersection through to the Surrey Crescent shops. Background: Growth is happening in the form of new residential and mixed-use apartment buildings along the Great […]

Great North Rd Community-led Vision

Expressions of interest are sought to develop a Situation Analysis on which to develop a precinct vision for the Great North Road ridge between the Karangahape/Ponsonby/Newton Roads intersection through to the Surrey Crescent shops.

Background:

Growth is happening in the form of new residential and mixed-use apartment buildings along the Great North Road ridge between Karangahape /Ponsonby roads and the Grey Lynn town centre / Surrey Crescent shops. Local residents have asked for support from the local board to consider what future amenities are required to support this gradual change of the area.

This project will engage the local Grey Lynn and Arch Hill community to create a community-led vision by December 2016 that expresses the community aspirations for the area of Great North Road between Newton / Karangahape / Ponsonby Roads and Surrey Crescent.

Auckland Council has provided funding via Waitematā Local Board to facilitate creation of the community-led vision which comprises two parts…

1. Situation Analysis: Where are we now? Collect and evaluate data pertaining to the current situation – 5C analysis, PEST analysis, SWOT analysis, stakeholder consultations, identification of key issues.

2. Vision: Where do we want to be? Development of a long-term vision to guide the development of Great North Road ridge.

Requirements

Responses should be sent to David Batten at http://www.thewinefence.co.nz/about.html or or Brandon Wilcox at http://www.evolve.co.nz/contact (both of GLRA), who are leading the project.

Deadline for responses: 15th December.
Please see the proposal here

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