Ōtāhuhu town centre set for $16m transformation
Work on the major transformation of Ōtāhuhu town centre will start on 16 September.
Welcoming the news, Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board chair Lemauga Lydia Sosene said it was a long time coming, but the work heralded the start of a new future for the town as a revitalised 21st-century centre.
“It means we’re on the way to making Ōtāhuhu an attractive place to live work and enjoy with high-quality pedestrian environments and landscaping,” she said.
“When finished, the transformation will help establish the town as an attractive place for young people to settle with bright prospects in a well-connected community, scheduled for population growth with corresponding opportunities for housing and employment.”