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Project works for public infrastructure and private developments are part of life in a busy and growing city centre.

We work with major projects to manage the impacts of construction – from noise to visual impact, cleanliness and access for supplies, customers and workers - and minimise disruption to the surrounding community wherever possible.


Project teams for both public and private developments need to communicate with the affected local community about their plans and give the opportunity for them to ask questions.

Managing the impacts

If projects will have an impact on the surrounding environment, it’s likely they will need a Resource Consent before starting work. The consenting process requires developers to address these impacts and how they will affect the surrounding environment and community.

If works will affect the normal use of a road or footpath in the area, they will need to create a Traffic Management Plan for approval by Auckland Transport.

For big infrastructure works, we work with project teams as part of the planning process to get a development response programme in place so that businesses in the area can keep operating as close to normal as possible during the project.

Projects currently underway

- Find out more about major public and private projects in the city centre
- See a list of roadworks and construction taking place this week

  • Birds eye view of CRL construction being done on Albert Street in Auckland City Centre around heritage buildings such as DFS Galleria, pedestrians and traffic