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Raglan Art Centre Carpark

The carpark suffers from major cracking and lifting of the surfacing, due to poor ground water drainage which has weakened the subgrade. Ground water needs diverting or stormwater management as part of extending the longevity of the new assets. The carpark design requires a long-term asset improvement not just a repair. The design needs to allow for differential heights, water surface run off, working within confined area, and approvals from the Heritage NZ.  

The existing concrete retaining wall has been structurally analysed to be a high risk to the car parking works, therefore, to be counted as part of the carparking package of works. 


Project Update

February 2024 - The carpark, retaining wall and drainage is now completed and open to the public.

At a glance
Public facilities
Maaori wards
Tai Raro Takiwaa
General wards
Completion date
January 2024