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Works in Treeway, Fergusson Ave and MAGS – November 2020

November 6th, 2020

There are some Geotech works being carried out around Central Interceptor future Lyon Ave site. Over the next couple of weeks Watercare will be active on the Roy Clements Treeway, in Fergusson Ave and through MAGS.

In the Lyon Ave site area, the work involves drilling some six test holes. We will have pedestrian management as required around the walkways and fencing around all our exploration sites.

Peter Wilson  |  Stakeholder & Communications Lead, Central Interceptor

Watercare Services Limited

Customer service line: +64 9 442 2222


Water – the giver of life

August 24th, 2020

Ko te wai te ora ngā mea katoa. Water is the life giver of all things. This whakatauki is a very simple truth, which we ignore at our peril.

The Ministry for the Environment’s 2020 freshwater report outlines the scale of the country’s pollution problem and makes many references to Māori ways of thinking, but what does it take to really understand an issue from another culture’s perspective?

I recently completed a short course which helped me understand some of the truths known to Māori, and the rich and diverse stories which illustrate them. Several Māori academics contributed – geologists, art historians, and others. The links are at It took me 4-6 hours but you could spend much more time exploring all the resources.

I recommend enrolling today! It’s a great way to get through level 3 Covid measures.

Waitītiko-Meola Creek after rain.

Time to install our own rainwater tanks? Here’s how!

July 24th, 2020

Auckland Council Healthy Waters is working on an initiative to promote the installation and use of residential rainwater tanks across Auckland. This is in response to the current drought situation and to encourage Aucklanders to be more water resilient and empower us to be part of the water solution.

Is it time for a water tank? 4 page flyer

Installing a rainwater tank – A guide to getting a consent 2 page flyer

A cross-Council team is working to provide more information about the consent process to install a water tank and remove costs where possible. On July 1 2020 Council took the first step by removing resource consent fees for rainwater tank only applications for residential homes (in the vast majority of cases).

Below are several pieces of collateral and links to information that you may find useful.

Link to Auckland Council website content on rainwater tanks –

Online tool ‘Do I need a consent?’ to identify if a consent is required and guide people through the process –

Media release published on Our Auckland –

If you would like any further information about this initiative, please contact

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