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Who is the New Lynn Business Association?

New Lynn Business Association Inc. is an incorporated society; our primary objectives are to provide a forum for business betterment whilst marketing the town centre to our customers. We are interested in local economic development, urban regeneration, social integration with people in the town centre and to promote New Lynn as a place to work, live and shop.

The New Lynn Business Association is funded through a targeted rating system with the Auckland Council Business Improvement District as a partnership program. The New Lynn Business Association has a constitution which can be downloaded via this website. The members of the board are an elected voluntary executive committee. The executive business or building owners in New Lynn oversee the governance of the organisation. All executive members and the centre manager are available to talk with you about the organisation and our objectives.

New Lynn Business Association Annual General Meeting

NLBA member only event

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Superb Business Awards 2021 Presentation Evening has been postponed.

Winners will be announced at a Presentation Evening to be held at a later date, yet to be confirmed.

New Lynn Business Association After 5 Networking Event

26th July 2021

Thank you to New Lynn Community Constable Sam Holland and Warren Strand for giving the business community and update on community patrols. Thank you Dinesh Fonseca Les Mills Personal Trainer for the importance of fitness and how easy it is to fit exercise into a busy schedule.

Wolverton Culverts Upgrade

Project Details

  • Upgrade of the Tiverton-Wolverton corridor, a 2.2km stretch of arterial road between New Windsor and New Lynn.
  • Removes a two lane bottleneck and strengthens connections between New Lynn and neighbouring areas.
  • The footpath will be widened to a safer and more useful width.
  • Has taken less than two years to complete.
  • Local utility and stormwater infrastructure is being upgraded and future proofed at the same time.

Years of planning has gone into delivering the best possible upgrade to the Tiverton-Wolverton corridor. The new four lane road has been constructed mostly within the width of the existing road corridor and small slivers of land have been bought from a number of property owners to enable the footpath to be widened to a safer and more useful width.

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Key Facts

  • $30 million project
  • 2.2km of road
  • Five new signalised intersections
  • Four new pedestrian crossing points
  • 10 new bus shelters
  • 143 new street lights
  • 8.6km of new underground powerlines
  • 350 power/streetlight poles removed
  • 5.6km of new underground water mains
  • Approximately 4.8km of new kerb and channel
  • 9200 sq metres of footpath - about 145 truckloads of concrete
  • 38,000 square metres of new asphalt


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