Auckland Council undeterred by political uncertainty in pursuing port's future

Paul McBeth
Tue, 10 Oct 2017

By Paul McBeth Oct. 10 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland Council's planning committee pressed ahead with plans to scope the next stage for the future of the city's port, shaking off objections the political hot potato might face interference from Wellington.  The committee met today to discuss the next steps in the 2016 consensus working group report into the port's long-term future, which put forward several options to secure the multi-generational viability of the hub, including relocation. The council put off deciding  what to do with the repo...

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