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Tell us what you think of the Waitoetoe Park development plan

Waitoetoe Park is a cultural taonga and a wild and natural play space. This draft plan sets out a development vision and design guidance for the park over the next 10 years.

Image shows map of the proposed areas for development at Waitoetoe Park.

Map showing the proposed areas for development. A bigger map with a key is included in the plan overview (see downloads section at the bottom of the page).

Last year you told us what you and your family wanted for Waitoetoe Park. Now we've shaped those ideas into a draft development plan for your feedback.

Download the plan below to see what we're proposing. Then fill in our online submission form to tell us what you think. 

Copies of the plan and submission forms are also available from our Customer Service Centre and Awapuni Community Library.

Tell us what you think

  1. As required by the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987, all submissions will be regarded as publicly available, including their placement on the Council's website. You can request that your contact details (but not your name) be regarded as confidential by ticking the following box:

 Waitoetoe Park flyover

Waitoetoe Park is 22ha space on the southwestern fringe of the city, with parklands and a wilderness area. The shared river pathway winds along one edge for biking, walking, running and scooting - and it's dog friendly throughout.