This document was prepared by Council officers and sent to Councillors ahead of the Council meeting on 25 August. The report provides an overview of the potential options for an upgrade of Shelly Bay Road and seeks direction on an officer recommended approach, while providing other options for consideration.
Tonkin and Taylor has been engaged by WCC to explore opportunities to provide transport and amenity improvements as an addition to the consented works for Shelly Bay Road. This report outlines those improvement opportunities and locations where local widening could be achieved to accommodate improvements.
This report from Tonkin and Taylor, provided in June 2022, outlines the process undertaken to identify and assess potential options to upgrade the Shelly Bay road corridor. It has been prepared as an update to the first version of this report, prepared for Wellington City Council (WCC) at the long listing stage in July 2020.
The purpose of this report is to outline the assessment process for evaluating options to upgrade Shelly Bay Road that align with the Council resolution of 27 September 2017.
This document was presented by Council officers at a Council briefing on 22 June 2022.
The purpose of the briefing was to update Councillors on progress on the Shelly Bay Road upgrade options and stakeholder engagement.
This outlines the membership and role of the Advisory Group which is where key stakeholders had an early opportunity to view, ask questions and assess the roading considerations and opportunities. They are also encouraged to provide submissions in the wider public engagement process.
This memo from Tonkin+Taylor to the Council provides a high-level summary of the long-list of identified roading options provided to Council in July 2020. This long-list was refined down to the short-list through a series of workshops with Council officers and a community advisory group for the project.
Tonkin+Taylor will update the full report to reflect the full options assessment process that they have undertaken. This will be published with the Council paper on the Shelly Bay Upgrade that will be considered by Council on 30 June 2022.
The purpose of this assessment is to inform the geotechnical implications of the options, including effects on consenting, the environment, feasibility, and cost. The assessment is high-level only.
This map highlights the various ecological and environmental constraints that have been identified through an engineering assessment (carried out by by Tonkin+Taylor) of Shelly Bay Road.
The purpose of this assessment is to inform the coastal implications of the options, including effects on consenting, the environment, feasibility, and cost. The assessment is high-level only.
Tonkin+Taylor developed this virtual tour of Shelly Bay Road showing some of the ecological and environmental features of the area and the indicative footprint of the minimum standard consented requirements.
You can watch the tour on the Council's You Tube channel
The purpose of this assessment was to document the history of the place and surrounding context, with particular reference to the length of Shelly Bay Road, identify the heritage and archaeological values associated with the place, and outline any legislative requirements that will inform future works to the area.
Adopted by the Council on 11 November 2020, this paper outlines the key commercial terms between the development partnership and the Council for Shelly Bay. This includes the high-level public engagement approach and timeframes.