Point England, Auckland
|Services:||Project Management and Engagement, Engineer to Contract, Construction Monitoring|
|Scope:||5km Shared Path|
The Tāmaki Path project (also referred to as the Tāmaki Estuary Greenway)
has been identified as a priority connection in the Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local
Board’s adopted greenways plan. The Tamaki Path project develops a continous
5km greenway path from Wai-o-taiki Reserve to Panmure Wharf, passing
through a variety of environments including coastal edge reserves, native bush,
mown grass, grazed paddock and recreational areas.
The greenway path is scheduled to be implemented in two consecutive stages
Stage One: (Wai-o-Taiki to Point England Reserve, north of Omaru Creek (3km
of new and widened concrete path between 2.5 to 3m wide)
Stage Two: (Riverside Reserve and Dunkirk Reserve connecting with Point England
Reserve through Mount Wellington War Memorial Reserve and Panmure Wharf).
Tamaki Path will contribute positively to the cycling/walking network, linking
to the City Centre. The Greenway will provide recreational opportunities at the
reserves and improve accessibility to the coastal edge.