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They should appeal to a range of users and provide for year round enjoyment. Incorporate simple, uncluttered areas which are flexible and adaptable to a range of activities and allow multiple users to happily coexist. Work together with the community to accommodate their needs, allowing for a variety of uses and experiences.
Provide a range of diverse recreation opportunities
A wide range of recreational opportunities should be available within these parks. Integrate multi-lingual signage and maps to inform park users and overseas visitors of the recreational opportunities available, and make them feel comfortable to explore.
Provide diverse recreation opportunities by:
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The Auckland Design Manual provides supplementary guidance to the Unitary Plan on design matters,
which will be updated by the Council from time to time. The Manual is not part of the Unitary Plan
and the Unitary Plan doesn’t incorporate the Manual by reference in the terms of the provisions of
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