MAR 2022 | MAUNGAWHAU/MOUNT EDEN, AUK N.Z.
Consistently scoring high rankings on global liveability surveys (topping the 2021 Global Liveability Index), Auckland offers a climate that sits comfortably between temperate and subtropical, and an inclusive society imbued with the rich influences of Māori and Pacific cultures. It’s clear to see why the city continues to attract new residents and businesses.
The population of greater Auckland is predicted to grow to 2.3m by 2048, with infrastructure and construction development projects crucial to providing adequate housing, education, retail and health services for residents.
One major roads and transport infrastructure project – the Hamilton-Auckland corridor – connects Auckland with the fast-growing city of Hamilton 120km to the south in the Waikato region, providing faster access and creating new residential and business developments along the corridor.