Source:Auckland Council Research, Investigations and Monitoring Unit, RIMU
Local boards:Hibiscus and Bays
Topics:Capacity for growth
The Capacity for Growth Study 2013 technical reports provide a point-in-time snapshot of the potential capacity for Auckland under the provisions of the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan, as notified on 30 September 2013.
The 2013 study attempts to quantify how much capacity (residential and business) the region has for accommodating growth under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan.
It measures whether each site has the potential for more development under a selected set of proposed rules. It is not a projection of growth but is an important input for many other projects and models, including growth projections.
The study is presented in two technical reports. The first report, Capacity for growth study 2013 (Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan): methodology and assumptions, TR2014/009, explains the methodology and assumptions used in the study.
The second report, Capacity for growth study 2013 (Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan): results, TR2014/010, explains the study results.