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On Tuesday 19th November The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall (Charles and Camilla) will be visiting Wynyard Quarter.  The Royals are scheduled to visit at 130pm for 45 mins.  Wynyard bridge crossing will be closed from 1pm – 2pm.  There are no planned road closures however parking will be in high demand, roads and pedestrian access ways will by busy.  Take a look at this animated map to see if taking the bus might work for you.  Full details of the visit can be found below.  


Wynyard Central East 2, by Architectus has won the top Award for Housing at the 2019 New Zealand Architecture Awards.  The jury noted, “In a bold and confident response to a unique opportunity, the architects have produced a sophisticated tripartite multi-unit housing project without local precedent. The prioritising of architectural quality and amenity has benefited the inhabitants of the Wynyard Central East 2 complex while enhancing the public realm of the neighbourhood."  

Article reproduced from Architecture Now 


Auckland's city centre and waterfront is going through a period of unprecedented change. To shed light on all the different projects, and how they each contribute to the vision for Auckland's future, Auckland Council has created a website called Progress AKL. Take a look by clicking the link below.  


Fu Wah Auckland (Hong Kong) Ltd, developer of the Park Hyatt hotel nearing completion on the  waterfront, has a second project underway.  The full-block redevelopment, one block back from Fanshawe St, comprises 6 buildings containing apartments, visitor accommodation, retail, a public plaza, publicly accessible lanes  and basement parking.  The block is bound by Beaumont Street, Pakenham Street West, Daldy & Gaunt Streets.  Read the full article from Bob Dey Property below.  

The closing date for submissions has now passed.  



155 Fanshawe Street is set to be home to some big New Zealand names.  Mansons TCLM, has leased space to Genesis Energy, Kiwibank and Southern Cross.  Genesis will move from Penrose into Wynyard Quarter.  Kiwibank have secured the naming rights to the building.  Southern Cross have taken two floor and Regus NZ have leased the ground floor for co-working space. Read the full article from NZ Herald below.  



Start summer feeling great by joining this year’s walking challenge. This free, month-long event runs from 1 to 30 November and aims at getting more people walking in Auckland. Grab some colleagues, friends or family, form a team and motivate each other to hit the daily step goals, tracking your steps through the simple online platform or sync your activity tracker device. There are some cool prizes up for grabs.  All details are below.  



WQ TMA Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 20th November at ASB Waterfront Theatre starting at 1230pm.  All businesses in the are are welcome to attend.  

Read our Annual Review here.  Nominations to stand for the Board of WQ TMA are now open.  Read more about standing for the Board here or to complete the nomination form click here.  The closing date for nominations is 13th November at 5pm.  Any questions please contact us.  



The ASB Auckland Marathon will be held on Sunday 20 October 2019.   With more than 15,000 participants there will be some road closures.  Please see below for information on road closures, parking restrictions and contingency plan. 


AT will be making some changes to their website between 9pm Friday 11 October and 8am Sunday 13 October.  This means you won’t be able to use AT HOP online services during this time, except viewing your balance via the AT Mobile app. You will still be able to purchase and top-up your AT HOP card at your nearest AT HOP Retailer or top-up at the Top-up machines.  With kids going back to school from Monday 14 October,  AT suggest that you make any changes to their HOP cards before 9pm on Friday 11 October or after 8am Sunday 13 October.  Read below for more information.  


Auckland Walking challenge is back - starts 1 November - new prizes find out more now.  If you want to encourage your staff to ride e-bikes - why not pop along to an event on 22 October.  Full details can be found below.  Car Free Day took place in September read how it was celebrated both here and abroad.  Read the full newsletter now.

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