Welcome to Te Atatu Peninsula town centre. This website has information on our business district and the stunning surrounds of the Peninsula. Te Atatu Peninsula Business Association hosts this site as part of its Business Improvement District (B.I.D) partnership agreement with Auckland Council. Please help us encourage a thriving town centre by shopping locally – a thriving business centre helps create a thriving and happy community.
Our Strategic Plan Public Workshop
Thank you to all those who attended the workshop held to gather input to our Strategic Plan. The plan which has now been drafted and mailed to business owners, will show us the way forward, as a business district.
The Te Atatu Peninsula Business Association has gathered feedback from business owners, land lords, shoppers, visitors to the area, and key area stakeholders. The public workshop held as part of the plan process, attracted a mix of business owners, local board members and people who work in our wider community. Their feedback has been invaluable and will help create a robust plan to guide out town centre through the next three years.
Library & Community Centre Update
As some of you will be aware, a resource consent hearing was held for this project in February this year. The panel of independent commissioners approved the consent in early March, however an appeal to that decision has since been lodged with the Environment Court. This means the resource consent for the project has to proceed to the Environment Court and until that is resolved, construction cannot begin.
In the meantime the project team is progressing with preparations for tender and contractor engagement to ensure we can move to the next stage more quickly once the outcome of the appeal is known.
The community centre continues to be available for hire on a month by month basis until construction begins. All hirers will be advised in advance with potential options for relocation once the resource consent issue is resolved.
Te Atatu Views
Te Atatu Views magazine is currently being reviewed, we look forward to reintroducing this popular local publication in a brand new format in the near future.