Capacity for growth study 2012: methodology and assumptions

Author:
Craig Fredrickson, Kyle Balderston
Source:
Auckland Council. Research, Investigations and Monitoring Unit
Publication date:
2013
Topics:
Land use

The Capacity for Growth Study 2012 provides a point-in-time snapshot of the district plan capacity for Auckland as at May 2012. The reports reveal the opportunities for growth and development under the operative district plan. The primary objective of the Capacity for Growth Study 2012 is to determine how much capacity the region has for accommodating residential and business growth under district plan rules. It measures whether each site has the potential for more development under a selected set of operative rules. It is not a projection of growth but is an important input for many other projects and models, including growth projections. Auckland Council technical report, TR2013/009.

Last updated: 2012-12-31