Future Plan

Future plan

Projects completed & underway


Harbour Bridge Park

Project status: Planning

With its outlook, flat space and access to the water, this space to the west of the Auckland Harbour Bridge will be improved to create a newly configured public space alongside Curran Street.


Westhaven Marine Village

This multi-tenanted building was completed in November 2020 to provide a home for the marine industry in Westhaven. Further works to increase the sustainability of the building are taking place in 2021, such as adding solar panels to the roof.


Westhaven Operations Building Upgrade

Built in the 1960’s, this building was originally residential and then the home of the Westhaven Marina office until the team relocated into the Westhaven Marine Village. The building requires a number of repairs so that it is safe to work in and fit for purpose.


Ablution Block Upgrades

The Q, J and C ablution blocks, as well as the Ponsonby Cruising Club toilets are outdated and need to be upgraded so that they are fit for purpose.


Promenade Stage One Remediation

The first stage of the Westhaven Promenade was completed in 2016, and there are some remedial works needing to take place due to wear and tear. These works involve strengthening some of the steel components of the boardwalk.


Westhaven Seawall Upgrade

An upgrade to the existing seawall will protect the area from water overtopping and inundation, future proofing the marina and the public space in the northern area of Westhaven Marina


Pile Berth Redevelopment

With Westhaven Marina operating at full capacity, there is a growing demand for new berths. One of the solutions outlined in the 2013 Westhaven Plan is the Pile Berth Redevelopment. The Pile Berth Redevelopment project will provide additional berths that will help to reduce the current waitlist. The extension in the northern end of Westhaven Marina will create new space for public use, pier access, and car parking for the new berths.


Z Pier Watermain Upgrade

An upgrade to the watermain is required to increase the water pressure for Z pier in Westhaven Marina.

Short-term projects


Maintenance Yard Relocation

To allow for the development of Harbour Bridge Park, the Westhaven Marina maintenance yard is required to move.


Upgrade of J, H, G piers

J, G and H Piers have been in service for 41 years and require replacement to provide premium quality berthage for vessels and future proof the infrastructure for the next 30+ years.


Upgrade of C, D, E piers

C, D and E piers require replacement to provide premium quality berthage for vessels and future proof the infrastructure for vessels to berth.


AC Pier

Pile moorings within this space will be interchanged to serviced berths and further support increased berthage within Westhaven Marina.


St Marys Bay Beach

Water quality has been improved with the completion of the Healthy Waters project, which has redirected stormwater overflow to the Waitematā Harbour, and away from St Mary’s Bay. This is a popular area for recreation use such as paddle boarding and sailing, and St Marys Bay Beach will be dredged, to enable use of the bay in all tides.


Fire Alarm System

This project to enhance the current fire alarm system involves creating two separate systems, one to control the piers and the other for building infrastructure.

Long-term projects


Westhaven North Transformation

The infrastructure along the northern reclamation has been in place since the 1950’s. To future proof this space work is planned to upgrade the area by raising the ground level and buildings with it, to protect against wave overtopping and predicted rising sea levels.