Turn a vacant site in Tāmaki into a hub of activity!
We’re looking to fund local people, organisations or community groups to take on a kaimanaaki role and shape four of TRC’s vacant sites into temporary spaces where the community can come to connect. Maybe you’d like to run a community garden, or create a space for children to play and learn.
We want to hear your ideas about what you’d do if you had the chance to turn one of TRC’s vacant sites into a hub of activity.
We’re interested in projects that will support wellbeing for the community and for the environment, that incorporate arts, creativity and cultural traditions, and that celebrate the vibrant, diverse cultures of Tāmaki.
Examples include but are not limited to:
- Gardens or farms
- Culturally inspired play spaces
- Raranga (weaving) or carving spaces
- Art installations
- Pop-up space for children to play and learn
We currently have four empty sites that will be available for one year. The sites located in Tāmaki at:
- 8 Hay Road (583 sqm)
- 6 Bagnall Ave (842 sqm)
- 48 Point England Road (416 sqm)
- 52 Point England Road (431 sqm)
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TRC will fund successful applicants and provide on-going support, mentors, and networking opportunities. There are grants available for up to $30,000 per project.
Want to talk with someone first? We would love to hear from you. We are happy to help you fill in the application or to answer any questions. If you have an idea and a plan, we want to hear about it! Please do not hesitate to get in touch via email email@example.com or phone 09 521 5221 or freephone 0800 521 555
IF YOU’RE KEEN TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL FOR THIS EXCITING INITIATIVE, APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
Hard copies of the application will also be available at TRC’s Glen Innes and Panmure offices.
APPLICATIONS WILL CLOSE ON 10 MAY 2021.
For more information, or to request an application form, please contact:
Amy Lole-Taylor, Programme Coordinator, Regeneration & Placemaking
09 521 5221 or freephone 0800 521 555