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Sun, 29 Nov


Aaiotanga Community Space

Community Co-design Workshop Emily Place

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport and Auckland Council are inviting the community to help them design safer and more livable streets!

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Community Co-design Workshop Emily Place
Community Co-design Workshop Emily Place

Time & Location

29 Nov 2020, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Aaiotanga Community Space, 2f/22 Emily Place, Auckland 1010, New Zealand


About the Event

You are invited to:

Emily Place Community Co-design

Innovating Streets for People

Sunday 2 - 5 pm

29 November 2020

Aaiotanga Community Space

2F/22 Emily Place

Waka Kotahi and Auckland Council have awarded funding for a community co-design project for Emily Place through the Innovating Streets for People initiative. Your input through the co-design process will provide Auckland Council with direction on how to make Emily Place safer and more liveable. Your co-designs for Emily Place will be trialled in a temporary manner in 2021. The data from these trials will go on to inform the long term development of Emily Place.

This workshop is a public event but has limited spaces so please register on this event page to hold your place.

If you miss out on a place in this workshop: please sign up here on the Auckland Council website to receive information on other events and ways you can contribute to the co-design process.

Emily Place Community Co-design

Innovating Streets for People

Workshop outline:

Welcome and Orientation

  • Welcome + Introductions
  • Project overview and context
  • Innovating Streets and Auckland Masterplan
  • Co-design - what is it?
  • Group introductions and ‘How we will work together’ alignment

Story of Place + Break

  • Intro - What is a Story of Place and why is it important to this  project?
  • Example of Story of Place and how it can change our approach to neighbourhood development
  • Break for food and walk around Emily Reserve with Terry Hobin and David Hill - Directors of Auckland Walks and Guides

Co-design work - working with neighbourhood identity, liveability and traffic flow

  • What is the potential of Emily Place?
  • Creation of guiding principles for the design for Emily Place
  • Production of liveability design ideas including traffic flow and safety

Next Steps

  • Next Steps for co-design process - is there a need for another workshop before Christmas?
  • Neighbourhood co-design event early next year
  • Wrap up

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