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Projects and open consultations

We have a number of exciting projects and plans happening across Tauranga that will contribute to our city’s future. We regularly ask for your opinions as we rely on our community’s input.

Your contributions help ensure that Council’s decisions reflect the aspirations of everyone who lives in our city. Keep an eye out below to see what’s currently in progress, and what’s open for feedback.

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Projects underway

Proposed partial reclassification of Gate Pā Recreation Reserve


We’re proposing to change the classification of a part (approximately 20% or 0.615 hectare) of Gate Pā Recreation Reserve to enable the Pukehinahina Gate Pā Cultural and Historic Centre to be developed on this site in the future.


Last updated: Sep 12, 2022

Share your views on the Open Space Level of Service Policy


We are seeking peoples’ views on planning for parks and reserves in large-scale, greenfield urban developments like Tauriko West.


Last updated: May 20, 2022

Use of Council Land Policy


With a growing community and increased use and demand, we started reviewing how we’re managing the use of places and spaces.


Last updated: Sep 12, 2022

Building our future. Cameron Road Stage 2


Tauranga is growing fast, so we need to start work now to transform the area into a place where more people can live, work, study and move around.


Last updated: Apr 6, 2022

Building our future. Cameron Road, Te Papa


Thanks to funding from central government we are futureproofing Cameron Road to make it safer, more attractive, and provide more ways to travel.


Last updated: May 20, 2022

Plan change 33 - housing supply


We’re preparing to amend the Tauranga City Plan, to help address our shortage of homes and help our city grow up as well as out.


Last updated: Sep 27, 2022

Accessible Streets for Ōtūmoetai Peninsula


We want to make it safer and easier to get around the Ōtūmoetai Peninsula and connect to the city centre.


Last updated: Sep 27, 2022

Three waters reform


The Government has announced it will make its Three Waters reform mandatory for all councils. The reform will see drinking water, wastewater and stormwater transferred from 67 councils to four public-owned entities in 2024.


Last updated: Sep 22, 2022

Links Avenue cul-de-sac trial


We’re looking at the safety impacts of a cul-de-sac on alternative transport users, residents, pedestrians and school students. 


Last updated: Sep 22, 2022

Draft Local Alcohol Policy


We’re reviewing our Local Alcohol policy and we want to know what you think. 


Last updated: Sep 18, 2022

Future of Pōteriwhi


We’re looking at future options for a large council-owned site in Bethlehem known as Pōteriwhi (also known as Parau Farms).


Last updated: Sep 12, 2022

Proposal to establish a new Council Controlled Organisation


We want to establish a new Council Controlled Organisation (CCO) to help reconcile past events associated with the civic precinct land and provide certainty around its future use.


Last updated: Sep 7, 2022

The Greerton Maarawaewae study


Securing a future for the racecourse and golf club reserve land in Greerton.


Last updated: Aug 30, 2022

Opal Drive wastewater pipeline renewal


To improve wastewater infrastructure in Pāpāmoa and support growth in our city, we are renewing the Opal Drive wastewater main pipeline between the Opal Drive pump station and Gravatt Road


Last updated: Aug 23, 2022

Welcome Bay parks improvements


We’re gathering ideas right now on how Welcome Bay parks can be improved.


Last updated: Aug 19, 2022

City Vision and Council's Strategic Framework


Tauranga City is pulling all its strategies and plans together so you can see how the vision will be realised – and/or if there are any gaps.


Last updated: Aug 10, 2022

Arataki Bus Facility


We’re investigating options to provide a permanent bus facility in Arataki.


Last updated: Aug 4, 2022

Parking buildings seismic strengthening


We’re carrying out precautionary earthquake strengthening works on the Elizabeth St parking building. The parking building will stay open during the works.


Last updated: Aug 1, 2022

Connecting the people. Fifteenth Avenue to Welcome Bay Road


Tauranga is growing fast, so we need to start work now to transform the area into a place where more people can live, work, study and move around.


Last updated: Jul 29, 2022

Proposed reclassification of part of Marine Park, Sulphur Point


We’re proposing to change the classification of a small part (approximately 6%) of Marine Park at Sulphur Point, allowing a marine research and education facility to be developed in the future. 


Last updated: Jul 25, 2022

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