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Last updated: 28 November 2021
- What’s happening?
- What kind of feedback is wanted?
- How can I have my say?
- Online presentation and question session
- Register now for the webinar
- Why should I give feedback?
- See the designs (takes you to a new page)
Between 22 November and 20 December, Auckland Council is asking for your thoughts on the proposed design of Te Whau Pathway.
What kind of feedback is wanted?
The project team want your views on the design of sections of the pathway that haven’t been constructed yet. A pathway design is being proposed, and the locations of play areas, access points and rest areas. What do you like about the design and locations? What don’t you like? Also what else would you like to see along the pathway? He aha ou whakaaro?
Please note that only Areas One and Two currently have funding. So although everything can’t be delivered now your feedback will help build the road map for what should be prioritised as more funding becomes available.
How can I have my say?
You’ll be able to give feedback online from Monday 22 November to Monday 20 December. You can give feedback in a number of ways:
- Social Pinpoint – add comments to an online interactive map or talk with a Chatbot
- Online feedback form at Auckland Council
- Email Auckland Council using email@example.com
Online presentation and question session
The project team are hosting a webinar Thursday, 2 December, 5.45pm – 7.15pm.
At the webinar, you’ll be able to hear more about the project and the proposed design plans. Representatives from our project partners, including Whau Local Board and the Whau Coastal Walkway Environmental Trust, will be in attendance as well as members of our design team.
After the presentation there will be an opportunity to ask questions. We look forward to seeing you there!
Register now for the webinar on Thursday, 2 December using the form below.
Why should I give feedback?
The more people have their say, the better the pathway. You can see how the public has influenced the pathway so far on our Have Your Say page.