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About the Auckland Plan 2050
Our research and engagement has identified six important areas in which we must make significant progress, so that Auckland can continue to be a place where people want to live, work and visit.
For each area the plan describes the desired outcome, why it is important for Auckland's future and what we need to focus on to bring about change.
Belonging and participation
All Aucklanders will be part of and contribute to society, access opportunities, and have the chance to develop to their full potential.
Read more about the Belonging and participation outcome.
Māori identity and wellbeing
A thriving Māori identity is Auckland's point of difference in the world that advances prosperity for Māori and benefits all Aucklanders.
Read more about the Māori identity and wellbeing outcome.
Homes and places
Aucklanders live in secure, healthy, and affordable homes, and have access to a range of inclusive public places.
Read more about the Homes and places outcome.
Transport and access
Aucklanders will be more easily able to get to where they want to go, and will have choices about how they get around.
Read more about the Transport and access outcome.
Environment and cultural heritage
Aucklanders preserve, protect and care for the natural environment as our shared cultural heritage for its intrinsic value, and for the benefit of present and future generations.
Read more about the Environment and cultural heritage outcome.
Opportunity and prosperity
Auckland is prosperous with many opportunities and delivers a better standard of living for everyone.
Read more about the Opportunity and prosperity outcome
Read more: www.theaucklandplan.govt.nz