SCG – Westfield St Lukes Shopping Mall Expansion – New Zealand - Project Profile
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Scentre Group (SCG) is planning for the expansion of the Westfield St Lukes shopping mall in Auckland, New Zealand.
The project involves the expansion of the shopping center floor space to 77,013m2. It includes the construction of 15,000m2 of office space, theaters, retail units, restaurants, 1,500-car parking spaces and other related facilities.
Vaughan Smith Planning Limited has been appointed as planning consultant.
In 2008, Westfield St Lukes (WSL) applied for a change to the Auckland District Plan to enable a major expansion of its St Lukes shopping center.
In June 2010, the Auckland City Council has changed its associated concept plan, as well as the submissions lodged by members after a 9-day public hearing was conducted.
In June 2011, the public was included in the first stage of planning with a public hearing.
In 2012, Auckland Council approved the expansion proposal and the Environmental Court signed off on plans.
On November 24, 2015, the project plans were submitted to Auckland Council.
The project involves the expansion of Westfield St Lukes shopping center to 77,013m2 located in Auckland, New Zealand.
The US$331 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 15,000m2 office space
2. Construction of theaters
3. Construction of retail units
4. Construction of restaurants
5. Construction of a 1,500-car parking spaces
6. Construction of other related facilities
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