In 2009, one in three New Zealanders lives in the Auckland region. Consequently what happens in Auckland affects all New Zealand. The future of the region is the subject of widespread debate.
Mapping Trends in the Auckland Region presents background data to help inform the debate. It looks at some fundamental social, demographic, and economic trends affecting people in the Auckland region. It focuses particularly on geographical patterns, and how these are changing over time. The data come from population censuses and projections, and cover the period 1991 to 2031. The results are presented primarily through maps and graphs.
Auckland region covered in Mapping Trends in the Auckland Region.
The report is divided into chapters, and can be dowloaded through the attached files in Adobe Acrobat Reader format. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader you may download the reader to view or print this file.
Mapping Trends in the Auckland Region arose from discussions between Statistics New Zealand and the Auckland Regional Council.
Published June 2009