Electing 3 Board Members
- Investment in quality recreational facilities, both build and green open space, that provide Aucklanders with a variety of opportunities. Upgrading playing surfaces, training lights, and carparks. Ensure parks are good save places to spend recreational time.
- Development of the Manukau foreshore at Onehunga as the iconic gate way to the Auckland Ithmus. Further protection of the Manukau and our two other harbours.
- Getting rail to the airport via Onehunga as soon as practical, ensuring that the Onehunga branch line is well used and its corridor maintained.
- Encouraging the enhancement of the industrial area, while supporting an interface zone between commercial land use and neighbouring residential areas.
- Listening to and then ensuring Maungakiekie people retain their identity, voice and independence in the new larger city. Build team work in the local board so it becomes a strong and vital part of local body decision making.
No issues on file for Roshni Golian.
- 1. Working through all foreshore issues to reach a successful outcome for the community, including the protection of the Manukau Harbour.
- 2. Improving the traffic issues in Onehunga which may include negotiating a link between State Highway 20 and State Highway 1
- 3. Advocating for future rail links to the airport and to Avondale, and making sure that these are planned for so the community is not compromised.
- 4. Giving real protection to the built and natural heritage of the Maungakiekie area.
- 5. Encouraging the enhancement of the industrial area, and supporting an interfacing zone between this and neighbouring residential areas
- Protect our community with a zero tolerance for graffiti & crime
- Better communication & effective consultation with the community
- Effective plans & projects without unproductive political & personal agendas
- Support of transport projects that offer true benefits to the greater community including: the Airport Rail Link & Manuaku Harbour Transport Services
- Enhance & protect the character of our town centre & it’s heritage to help create a prosperous & vibrant community. To achieve this we must also celebrate our social, cultural & age diversity as we work together for a better future for our children & grand children
- Transportation and movement: Let's strive for bus and train options that really work, and also get the roads right and improve cycling and walking options.
- Economic prosperity and business growth: Economic/business development gives us jobs and choices and makes our area attractive. We must think strategically, build on our strengths and grow the Maungakiekie economy.
- Evironmental protection and enhancement: Let's ensure we have an environment to be proud. That will make us feel good - and encourage us to stay and others to come and further enhance our great place.
- Youth development and engagement: Youth are our future and we need to do the best we can for them and ask also for their contribution.
- Community engagement: listening to and engaging with the community to ensure cultural activities and events are promoted and we have a thriving, engaged and proud Maungakiekie.
- Making sure the people of Maungakiekie retain their identity, voice and independence in the new supercity
- Getting rail to the airport via Onehunga, and ensuring that the Onehunga branch line is well used
- Sorting out the issues of traffic congestion in the area with proper integrated planning
- Increasing the number and quality of local parks and sports fields
- Ensuring community groups, events and projects are funded in a way that gives them long term certainty
No issues on file for Joseph Rebello.
No issues on file for Kane Te Waaka.
No issues on file for Walter Wi-Peri.