Interested in hearing about our progress in Roskill?
The Roskill South neighbourhood located at the foot of Puketāpapa (Mount Roskill) will see the construction of 920 new warm, dry and healthy homes. These are part of the Roskill Development where 10,000 new terraced houses and apartment houses are being delivered to the community. These homes are a mix of state, market and more affordable homes.
Piritahi’s job is to prepare the land in Roskill South to build and live on, enabling more homes to be built faster. We’re designing and constructing new and upgraded infrastructure, parks and public spaces to create a safer, greener and more connected neighbourhood.
The Roskill Development is a Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities’ Urban Development programme. For more information, head to the Roskill Development website.
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Roskill South

Projects Underway

  • Dominion Road and Youth Street - traffic lights are now working.
  • Freeland Ave, Sanft Ave and Burnett Ave - landscaping/Berm works are underway.
  • Christie Street, Roseman Ave and Freeland Ave - road works are near completion.
  • Youth Street and Roseman Ave Intersection - works are near completion.

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If you have a burning question we haven’t answered or there’s a problem related to the work going on in your street, please get in touch with us. We are keen to help.

Please note that Piritahi can help while we are working in your area preparing the land for the house builders. Once the builders start please contact the company on site or Kāinga Ora's urban development team if you have a construction-related problem.