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Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Strategic Partnership Programme

This grant round has now closed. Submissions closed at 10:00PM 28 April 2018 (NZST).


Important information / Pārongo matua:

All expression of interest applications must be submitted online using this form. The application form can be saved as you go and will auto-save each time you move to a new page of the application form. Please be aware that depending on your answers to certain questions, sections of the application form will be 'deactivated' because they are not relevant to your project. You will still be able to see the questions in grey but you will not be able to type in any answers.

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board is prepared to co-fund projects proposed alongside with other community funders. You will need to include in your application evidence of other funders' commitment (this can be a letter of confirmation or a letter of interest in funding the specific project/initiative).

You may be asked to provide further information in support of your application or to discuss your proposal(s) with a representative of the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board before a decision can be made on your application. The local board may also wish to work further with successful applicants to refine the details of their proposals prior to the payment of grants. If you need advice on your application, would like to meet with a representative of the local board, or would like to find out more, please contact Lucia Davis (CEU Specialist Advisor) at

Your application will need to meet at least one of the four key local board outcomes:

1. Maungakiekie- Tāmaki is an active and engaged community

  • Putting people first
  • Active participation
  • Creating opportunities for our young people
  • A safer community

 2. Maungakiekie- Tāmaki is a community that cares about its environment

  • Environmental leadership
  • Clean water and beautiful waterways
  • Heading towards zero waste

 3.  Maungakiekie – Tāmaki is the place to be

  • A thriving local economy
  • Quality urban environment
  • Destination areas: Onehunga, Panmure, Glen Innes, Sylvia Park and Mt Wellington

 4. Maungakiekie- Tāmaki has quality infrastructure to match growth

  • Safe and improved community facilities
  • Good-quality open spaces
  • Better connections and transport infrastructure
  • Keeping up with growth and development