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View the developments of the Port Future Study below:

Study group releases shortlist of potential port options

Published: Friday, 8 April 2016

The Port Future Study's Consensus Working Group today released a shortlist of options being considered to accommodate Auckland's long term (50 years+) future freight trade and cruise ship activities.

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Study group releases work on potential port areas

Published: 17 February 2016

The Port Future Study's Consensus Working Group (CWG) today released initial work identifying a long list of areas being considered as options to meet Auckland's future demand for port activities.

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Progress on study into Auckland's port

Published: 12 February 2016

Rick Boven, Independent Chair, recently sat for an interview with OurAuckland about the study's progress and what is coming up in 2016. 

Port Future Study consultants appointed

Published: Wednesday 18 November 2015

A consortium of independent consultants has been selected to identify and evaluate options for the long term future of the port.

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Port Future Study scope released

Published: Thursday 1 October 2015

The Port Future Study's two groups met together for the first time yesterday to review the process and progress with the independent study, including its final scope.

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Port Future Study underway

Published: Sunday 28 June 2015

To ensure that the wider community is involved in decisions about our port's future development, the council has set up a study to look at long term options for meeting Auckland's port needs.

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Port Study Stakeholder Group decided

Published: Thursday, 9 July 2015

The establishment of the Port Future Study began today with the first meeting of stakeholders and the selection of the Reference Group.

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Consensus Working Group chair appointed

Published: Friday, 5 June 2015

Auckland Council today announced the appointment of Rick Boven as chair of the Consensus Working Group (CWG) for the Port Future Study.

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