Research reports: coming soon
Watch for these Auckland Council research and data reports coming soon. *Community* Kia māia te whai Dare to explore evaluation 2017/18 Long-term trends in Auckland’s business demographics *Environment* Air quality and societal impacts from predicted climate change in Auckland Tree loss in the Waitematā Local Board over 10 years, 2006-2016 *Housing* Auckland Council quarterly monitoring report for the National Policy Statement on Urban Development Capacity. September 2018 Auckland monthly housing update, September 2018 *Land use* Publicly owned land in Auckland ***** Note: the reports are in review and final publishing checks with council manager approval.
2018 Auckland Index and Auckland Growth Monitor - ATEED
ATEED has published the 2018 edition of the Auckland Index and the Auckland growth monitor. The 2018 Auckland Index and Auckland Growth Monitor include new features as well as updated data. The index now includes a new ‘Quarterly Snapshot’ section, as well as a section devoted to our financial ‘Markets’.
Auckland Plan 2050
From Our Auckland. Following significant levels of public interest, Auckland Council has adopted the Auckland Plan 2050. The plan sets the direction for Auckland’s growth and development over the next 30 years, responding to the key opportunities and challenges faced by Auckland.
The Productivity Commission has published its final report on its inquiry, Low-emissions economy. From the Commission's website: What did the inquiry find? Numerous changes will be required across the economy – some disruptive, some less obvious. Three particular shifts must happen for New Zealand to achieve its low-emissions goals: 1.
Local Government Conference 2018. Minister's speech
The Minister of Local Government, Hon Nanaia Mahuta, spoke at the Local Government New Zealand Conference, 17 July 2018. I am pleased that the Minister of Finance and Climate Change have preceded my presentation because you will appreciate that we are thinking about the big challenges ahead as we respond to pressures for growth, protecting and enhancing our environment, strengthening our resilience and ensuring that all our people can contribute to and share in the prosperity of our country, people, cities and communities. We are on a journey which in my mind requires us to work differently and in a way that builds a critical partnership and takes account of our respective roles at central and local government levels.
Family Court review
The Independent Panel considering changes to the Family Court has published a consultation document, Have your say on the family justice system. Submissions close 9 November 2018. Read the consultation document See also Ministry of Justice Rewriting the 2014 Family Justice System Reforms.