feedback changes timing of Greenfield development

Changes to the timing of Greenfield land being made ready for urban development have been accepted in the Future Urban Land Supply Strategy, approved by the Auckland Development Committee.
The changes result from public feedback during consultation on future urban zones, totaling 11,000 hectares in the north, northwest and south of the region. This will provide around 110,000 dwellings.
The strategy covers mainly rural land to be available over three decades for housing and business development, and the bulk infrastructure needed for this development.
Main changes to the sequencing of land are Drury West (called Karaka in the draft strategy) brought forward five years to the first half of decade two (2022-2026) and Opaheke – Drury to be sequenced in first half of decade three (2032-2036), previously 2036-2041.

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