Jackson Street Project

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The Auaha Evolving Spaces project on Jackson Street will give us an opportunity to see Jackson Street through the eyes that love it most, its residents, its business owners and its visitors. Through the project we can learn more about how to strengthen this love for all to enjoy.

Jackson Street prides itself on creating an experience that promotes, preserves and enhances its heritage, retail and commercial area. The bold goal of this project is to use tactical urbanism to enhance those experiences for everyone that lives, does business and visits this heritage street.

The project is co-led by Council and community and supported by a reference group from the local business community.

Our vision

The bold goal of this project is to use tactical urbanism to enhance the experiences for everyone that lives, does business and visits the heritage street that is Jackson Street.

How to get involved

We have built a project team made up of Council staff and community members who will actively work on the project. Get in touch if you would like to find out more about the project team.

The Jackson Street walking audit is a way that people can share thoughts and photos of their experience being on Jackson Street. Get together with your whānau, friends or neighbours and start your walking audit today.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for details about other ways to get involved.

The Auaha Evolving Spaces project on Jackson Street will give us an opportunity to see Jackson Street through the eyes that love it most, its residents, its business owners and its visitors. Through the project we can learn more about how to strengthen this love for all to enjoy.

Jackson Street prides itself on creating an experience that promotes, preserves and enhances its heritage, retail and commercial area. The bold goal of this project is to use tactical urbanism to enhance those experiences for everyone that lives, does business and visits this heritage street.

The project is co-led by Council and community and supported by a reference group from the local business community.

Our vision

The bold goal of this project is to use tactical urbanism to enhance the experiences for everyone that lives, does business and visits the heritage street that is Jackson Street.

How to get involved

We have built a project team made up of Council staff and community members who will actively work on the project. Get in touch if you would like to find out more about the project team.

The Jackson Street walking audit is a way that people can share thoughts and photos of their experience being on Jackson Street. Get together with your whānau, friends or neighbours and start your walking audit today.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for details about other ways to get involved.

  • We want to hear from you about what you see and how you feel as you walk around Jackson Street. Use this form to share your thoughts, observations and photos with us

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