Heritage protection comes alive

As the city grows, our heritage is increasingly under threat. What is at risk is our natural and built heritage and the character of our communities. One outstanding project City Vision has supported is to protect the site of Auckland’s second flour mill on Te...

Media Release: Low turnout election demands action

Media release Subject: Auckland Local Elections 2016 Date: 2 October 2016 Low turnout election demands action  With only three days left to post votes in the Auckland Local Elections 2016, City Vision is calling for an urgent review of the local body election voting...

Waterview wins by the City Vision team

On 1 October the City Vision team celebrated with the community the opening of the Eric Armishaw Reserve Boardwalk in Pt Chevalier. They have been instrumental in making it a reality. Albert Eden Local Board member Graeme Easte first conceived the idea in 1994 and...

Low voter turnout has impact on Trust representation

Is 11% good representation? In the Local Elections 2013, voter turnout for the Portage Licensing Trust was just 11% when the overall turnout was closer to 35%. A disappointingly poor result for West Auckland’s third largest employer and major grant benefactor. Low...

Vote to keep our assets

Asset sales have been described as the “sleeper issue” of the Auckland Local Elections 2016 Central to City Vision’s policy is a commitment to retain control and ownership of publicly owned assets.  There is a clear choice this election. We believe that...

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