Auckland Council is developing structure plans for land use to guide future urban development in Drury-Opāheke and Pukekohe-Paerata. The Supporting Growth Programme is planning the transport networks to support growth in these areas, and Takānini, over the next 30 years. 

Joint information open days are being held from mid September to early October, where you can hear about structure plan ideas and transport network options for these areas, chat to our teams and fill in feedback forms. You can also view the consultation information via the links further down this page and submit a feedback form online.  

The open days are being held as follows:




Wednesday 12 September


Redhill Community Centre

Corner 163 Dominion Road and Croskery Road, Papakura

Thursday 13 September


Pukekohe Town Hall

Massey Avenue, Pukekohe

Wednesday 19 September


Drury Hall

10 Tui Street, Drury 

Saturday 22 September


Auckland Council Manukau Civic Building  

33 Manukau Station Road, Manukau 

Tuesday 2 October


Pukekohe Library

12 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe

Wednesday 3 October


Sir Edmund Hillary Library

209 Great South Road, Papakura



General information about the Supporting Growth Programme [PDF, 14 MB]

The Growth Story: Pukekohe, Drury and Takānini [PDF, 666 KB]

The strategic network:

Strategic Connections [PDF, 4.1 MB]

The importance of public transport [PDF, 3.8 MB]

Mill Road [PDF, 2.9 MB]

Access to Pukekohe [PDF, 2 MB]

Developing a walking and cycling network  [PDF, 4 MB]


Improving safety and connectivity for Takānini [PDF, 2.5 MB]


Land use vision for Drury-Opāheke [PDF, 641 KB]

Improving connections for Drury-Opāheke West [PDF, 10 MB]

Improving connections for Drury-Opāheke East [PDF, 2.6 MB]


Land use vision for Pukekohe-Paerata [PDF, 463 KB]

Improving connections for Pukekohe-Paerata [PDF, 1.8 MB]

What these connections could look like in the south [PDF, 355 KB]


Feedback form for transport options(external link)

Further information about Drury-Opāheke and Pukekohe-Paerata structure planning and a feedback form for this is available at link).

Feedback closes at 5pm on Wednesday 10 October 2018.

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