The Northcote Development is a large scale urban development project providing more than 1500 homes over the next six years. New and improved infrastructure and amenity will also be delivered, including a network of parks connected by the new Awataha Greenway. The project is integrated with Panuku Development Auckland’s redevelopment of the Northcote town centre.
Approximately 470 new state houses will be built – an additional 100 state houses over and above replacement of existing state homes. Around 1030 new homes will be delivered to Auckland's housing market, a good proportion of which will be priced in more affordable price ranges.
Visit the Northcote Development website for more info.
Your street or neighbourhood may be affected by our work. We appreciate that it can be disruptive and aim to keep you informed along the way. If you live in Northcote, please sign up for regular civil construction updates below.
For more information about the overall development, visit the website.
We caught up with Vee Ungounga to learn about her experience working in the construction industry.
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Current and upcoming civil construction for the Northcote Development.
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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.