The Rodney Local Board has 4 feasibility reports on greenway routes to approve on Thursday.
They assess the feasibility of developing priority greenway routes within Kumeu, Omaha, Riverhead & Wellsford.
The reports outline routes for shared walkway & cycleways, creating connections between green open spaces & residential subdivisions.
In a summary for the board meeting, Auckland Council senior growth development specialist Angela Levet said the need for landowner approval for public access had been identified in 5 places.
The local board has held 2 workshops on the report drafts and had indicated support for the key findings.
Ms Levet said budget had been allocated this financial year for design & resource consent for one or more priority routes, but the board wanted another workshop to determine the routes to be progressed first.
Local board agenda item: 13, Rodney greenways – feasibility studies (Kumeu, Omaha, Riverhead & Wellsford)
Kumeu River greenway feasibility study report
Omaha greenways feasibility study report
Riverhead, Victoria St greenway feasibility study report
Centennial Park greenway feasibility study report
Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 17-23 September 2018
Attribution: Board agenda.