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UDF submission on the Auckland City Centre Masterplan

UDF in support of the proposed refresh

  • 29 October 2019
  • Author: Kamelia Haydon
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UDF submission on the Auckland City Centre Masterplan
The 2020 City Centre Masterplan (CCMP) refresh closed for consultation on Friday 18th October. Urban Design Forum put forward a submission on behalf of their committee and membership in support of the CCMP update and the Access for Everyone proposal. 

Overall, UDF was in support of the proposed refresh of the City Centre Masterplan. 

We believe that this is an important document providing vision and direction for the delivery of a quality built outcome and an inclusive, prosperous and accessible heart of Tāmaki Makaurau for all residents and visitors. 

We were pleased to see that the first Transformational Move is focused on Maori outcomes, and appreciated the strong alignment between the Auckland Plan and the CCMP’s Future Outcomes. 

Our recommendations gave direction on how we create an accessible and equitable city centre for all socio-economic backgrounds, asked that CCMP showcase what has been delivered to date with metrics, suggested strategies that ensure the delivery of the masterplan, and asked for clear alignment on how Access for Everyone manifests through the Transformational Moves. 

We hope that our submission helps Auckland Council further the development of the City Centre Masterplan and Access for Everyone, as they have the ability to empower, strengthen and unlock the potential of Tāmaki’s centre. 

You can read our full submission here

Download Auckland Council's 2020 CCMP - 10 Strategic outcomes of the City Centre Masterplan Refresh

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Kamelia Haydon

Kamelia HaydonKamelia Haydon

Company: Isthmus

Core Discipline: Urban Design & Architecture

Professional Affiliations: NZIA

Qualifications: BArch, MUrbDes(Hons), NZRAB Registered Architect

Areas of expertise: Urban Design & Architecture

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Company: Isthmus

Core Discipline: Urban Design & Architecture

Professional Affiliations: NZIA

Qualifications: BArch, MUrbDes(Hons), NZRAB Registered Architect

Areas of expertise: Urban Design & Architecture

Kamelia is an Urban designer with over ten years’ experience in the industry and qualifications in architecture (Registered Architect, ARBV + NZRAB) and urban design (Masters of Urban Design). Her project experience is based predominantly in Auckland and Melbourne. This includes large-scale public projects delivered in partnership with international practices such as Auckland’s City Rail Link and Arts Centre Melbourne. Having worked on the regeneration of Glen Innes and Mount Roskill she has learnt that community, local understanding and forward planning are essential to placemaking.

Kamelia’s belief that design and development are interconnected, and integral to creating a better built environment, has led to her involvement in UDF, the NZIA and Property Council.

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