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Te Ara ō Whakatū – the pathways of Nelson: Nelson City Council

Creating a City Centre Spatial Plan for Nelson’s future development

Have you thought about what Nelson’s City Centre will look like in 30 years’ time? How will we move around it? How will we live in it? How will it enable our retail, business, and art sectors to thrive? What can we do to make it more resilient to the impacts of climate change?

Council has explored these questions and many more with a wide range of stakeholders and experts and has produced Te Ara ō Whakatū – the pathways of Nelson, our draft City Centre Spatial Plan.

Feedback is open from Monday 30 August until Friday 24 September. You can click on the pdf link on the right hand column or scroll down to see a summary of our eight actions and an FAQ.

Make a submission using the feedback form below (from 30 August 2021), by mail to Alan Gray, City Centre Development Lead, Civic House, 110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson, or emailing submissions@ncc.govt.nz.

Eight Transformative Actions
Te Ara ō Whakatū identifies eight actions which bring together our culture, environment, streets, precincts, developments, places and links into one framework. Note: street render images are conceptual and not actual designs.

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