John Dalzell - Waterfront Auckland - International Case Study: Waterfront Auckland

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John Dalzell delivered the presentation at the 2014 Future of Infrastructure Conference.

The Future of Infrastructure forum explored state and national challenges which impact the long term economic growth and future of infrastructure development in Australia at this time. It also addressed the latest proposals for changes within Australia's infrastructure.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://bit.ly/FutureofInfrastructure2014

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John Dalzell - Waterfront Auckland - International Case Study: Waterfront Auckland

  1. 1. An Auckland Council Organisation Transforming Auckland’s waterfront John Dalzell, Chief Executive, Waterfront Auckland August 2014 The Future of Infrastructure
  2. 2. The journey of successful urban revitalisation
  3. 3. Auckland city of sails
  4. 4. Original shoreline
  5. 5. Opening up the waterfront
  6. 6. The waterfront vision
  7. 7. 2004-10 Sea + City Projects 2010/2013 2014 + Waterfront Auckland Waterfront Auckland Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
  8. 8. A reason to revitalise
  9. 9. Auckland rediscovers its waterfront Projects 2008-10: Jellicoe Street North Wharf Silo Park Viaduct Events Centre Wynyard Crossing Sustainability features: Rain garden network Wetlands Green roof Sustainable building Pedestrian links 5 star green building Heating/cooling system
  10. 10. Super City amalgamation Rodney Waitakere North Shore Auckland Franklin Manukau Papakura Auckland
  11. 11. 2004-10 2010/2012 2013 + Sea + City Projects Waterfront Auckland Waterfront Auckland Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
  12. 12. Influence and public ownership Waterfront Auckland area of public ownership Waterfront Auckland area of influence
  13. 13. A new Planning Framework
  14. 14. 2008/9 2010/2013 2014 + Organisation: Waterfront Auckland Planning: Auckland Plan 2012 Waterfront Plan 2012 Sustainable Development Framework 2013 Wynyard Central Sustainability Standards Projects: Daldy Street North Auckland Theatre design Westhaven Promenade design and construction underway Queens Wharf/Shed 10 ASB Headquarters Organisation: Sea + City Projects Ltd Planning: Urban Design Framework 2007 Sustainable Development Framework 2009 Plan change process Projects: Jellicoe Street North Wharf Silo Park Viaduct Events Centre Wynyard Crossing Organisation: Waterfront Auckland Tools: Wynyard Quarter Green Star Custom Tool ISCA Pilot Smart Precinct Projects: Wynyard Central residential and commercial development Hotel Street Upgrades Marine buildings Public spaces Tools to guide the way
  15. 15. The Waterfront Plan
  16. 16. Waterfront goals
  17. 17. Waterfront Plan – key projects 1. Waterfront-wide walkway & cycleway 2. Upgraded Harbour Bridge park 3. Westhaven marine village 4. Marina land and water space development 5. St Mary’s Bay open space 6. Improved water quality 7. Road improvements on Westhaven Drive 8. Wynyard Quarter urban regeneration 9. Headland Park 10. Signature public building 11. Wynyard yacht basin 12. Vos and Brijs heritage slipway 13. Wynyard Wharf ferry terminal 14. Team New Zealand base 15. Fishing industry waterspace 16. Superyacht refit facility 17. Daldy Linear Park 18. Innovation precinct 19. Waterfront transit to Britomart 20. Urban boulevard 21. Greening of Waitemata Plaza 22. Harbour Edge Stitch 23. Halsey Street Wharf extension 24. Voyager NZ Maritime Museum entrance 25. Queens Wharf public space and cruise facility 26. Passenger ferry terminal improvements 27. Harbour Edge Stitch (Quay Street and Admiralty Steps) 28. Laneways 29. TEAL Park 30. Quay Park Quarter urban regeneration
  18. 18. Community engagement
  19. 19. We use many different ways of communicating
  20. 20. … and along the way try to be innovative
  21. 21. A public space must focus on people … and engage with the community
  22. 22. … to involve, engage and endear
  23. 23. Delivering on the Waterfront Plan Phase 2 Projects 2010/2012: Daldy Street North Auckland Theatre design Westhaven Promenade Queens Wharf/Shed 10 Sustainability features: Raingarden network, reuse of materials and locally sourced plants, LED lighting Renewable energy – PV solar array Reuse of character building
  24. 24. Leveraging the Public Investment to Date $156$132 Wynyard Quarter Investment to June 2012 ($m, actual) Council Investment Private Investment $441 $1,435 Wynyard Quarter Investment to June 2022 ($m, planned) Council Investment Private Investment
  25. 25. Moving to a more sustainable model
  26. 26. Sustainable Development Framework
  27. 27. Delivering on the SDF
  28. 28. ADAPTION TO CHANGE
  29. 29. Building greater resilience North Wharf Shows king tide level below wharf structure, 2014
  30. 30. Westhaven marina Shows king tide level at tidal (rock) wall, 2014 Sea level rise
  31. 31. Westhaven marina Shows king tide level at western edge, 2014 Storm surge
  32. 32. EXEMPLAR PROJECTS
  33. 33. New public spaces JELLICOE STREET PRECINCT – As it was JELLICOE STREET PRECINCT – on opening day
  34. 34. New waterfront promenade and restaurants
  35. 35. The first private sector-led commercial development
  36. 36. New public infrastructure and walkways Silo Park Jellicoe Street
  37. 37. Jellicoe Street Integrating public and private investment
  38. 38. New Linear Park Daldy Street
  39. 39. Shed 10 Adaptive re-use and refurbishment
  40. 40. Lysaght Building Adaptive re-use and refurbishment
  41. 41. SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT
  42. 42. Moving to a 70:30 mode share
  43. 43. Re-adjusting to a balance across all modes
  44. 44. Investing in walking and cycleways
  45. 45. RENEWABLE ENERGY
  46. 46. The Smart Precinct vision Data is collected from a range of sources: • Sensors and meters gather real-time performance • Integration with external datasets • Feedback from users of the space An organisation aggregates that data and translates it to useful information: • To communicate progress • To improve performance • To foster innovation • To inform design Information is presented to multiple audiences via multiple devices: • Detailed reporting for WA and Council • Smartphone apps for residents & workers • Street signage and website for general public • Data used for research and development, etc Building s • Energy • Water • Thermal Environment • Rain gardens • Local climate • Water quality Public spaces • Pedestrians • Waste • Noise levels Transport • Parking • Vehicle counts • Public transport
  47. 47. Establishing a pilot project Shed 10 solar array
  48. 48. Renewable energy
  49. 49. HIGH PERFORMANCE GREEN BUILDINGS
  50. 50. Showcasing Wynyard Central
  51. 51. Partnership parameters Obligations • Development objectives • Reference designs • Design guidelines • Enforceable sustainability standards • Precinct rules • Community infrastructure policy • Housing policy Enhancements • Six star commercial developments • Residential development reaches stretch targets • A ‘living building challenge’ exemplar project • NZ engineered timber construction • Eco-precinct initiatives • Enhancements to community infrastructure • Control of ground floor activation
  52. 52. New commercial space
  53. 53. New commercial accommodation
  54. 54. Diverse residential options …
  55. 55. … including medium and lower rise residential accommodation …
  56. 56. … that also incorporates entry level price options
  57. 57. … that integrates with infrastructure funded by Auckland Council
  58. 58. New public space delivered in partnership
  59. 59. Thank you

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