OUR MISSION

TO FOSTER THE SUCCESS OF THE CBD ECONOMY

WELCOME TO HEART OF THE CITY

Heart of the City is Auckland's city centre business association. We represent and promote businesses located in the city centre, with an overall aim of fostering its economic success. We are committed to developing a central city that all Aucklanders are proud of, that is a thriving place to do business, is accessible, vibrant, and a great place to be.

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26 August, 2014
Find out what the City Rail Link means for the City Centre - 1 September - Town Hall
There will be an open day for the City Rail Link on Monday 1st September at the Town Hall Concert Chambers. This session will provide the public with an opportunity to find out what the CRL means for the city centre, including the results of the Notice of Requirement process and the upcoming regional consents.
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21 August, 2014
SkyPath: One Step Closer to Walking and Cycling over the Harbour Bridge
The charitable trust behind the SkyPath project is celebrating the lodgement of SkyPath’s Resource Consent application. SkyPath is the link to enable safe and pleasant walking and cycling between the North Shore and the heart of the city. The benefits to the city centre are immense.
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21 August, 2014
Update on City Centre Transformational Projects
O’Connell Street and Federal Street are now complete offering a transformed experience of the city centre, and Khartoum Place is set to join them soon. They join the existing network of shared spaces in Lorne, Fort, Darby and Elliott Streets, and the best bit is that businesses are now taking over. Find out what else is planned for the city centre.
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06 August, 2014
Feedback wanted by 4 September, on the Draft Trading and Events in Public Places Bylaw
The proposed Trading and Events in Public Places Bylaw is now open for comment until Thursday 4 September. The new bylaw proposes little change from the previous Auckland City Council Bylaw, and addresses such things as outdoor dining, distribution of promotional material, fundraising and filming.
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