This course has been postponed until 2019. Please contact us for more information.
In no other country is there an example of a city like Auckland. It is the largest urban centre, with more than a third of the national population, is not a national or state capital and, because of New Zealand’s strongly centralised government, it is heavily dependent on central government to deliver infrastructure and services.
Achieving an effective working relationship between Wellington and Auckland is key to delivering on outcomes both nationally and for Auckland.
This seminar follows on from our event in November 2014. It highlights the development of Auckland’s governance structure following the establishment of Auckland Council, the ways in which central government is working with Auckland, and some successful and not so successful examples of how Auckland is working with Wellington.
For full seminar details - download the programme here