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Wānaka Town Centre Masterplan
About the project
The Wānaka Town Centre Masterplan focuses on how the town centre functions in the future. This includes a preferred programme of transport improvements to ensure good access to and around the town centre and wider urban area of Wānaka.
Progress and next steps
Following strong feedback from the community back in August 2019, the Wānaka Community Board agreed that more detailed investigation was required before the Wānaka Town Centre Masterplan could be endorsed.
Under the Way to Go Umbrella, we will now progress a Network Optimisation Single Stage Business case which will focus on improvements to get the most of out of the existing transport network, including more opportunities for active travel, intersection upgrades and an integrated parking strategy.
You'll start to hear more about these projects in the coming months.
Background information and community engagement
In June 2019, we asked the Wānaka community for feedback on a draft Town Centre Masterplan.
The feedback is published below along with a summary and details of next steps.Close
The March 2019 we ran activation trials in the Wānaka Town Centre generating a huge response from the Upper Clutha community.
A community information tent was set up as part of the activation trial, displaying a range of options that could be included in a Masterplan for the Wānaka Town Centre.
Read the feedbackClose
>> Summary of survey results
>> All survey data
>> Written submissions
In September 2018 we asked the Wānaka community for ideas and insights for how they wanted their town centre to be in the future.
Read the feedback and themes here:Close
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