Local residents, business and property owners, government agencies, interest groups and members of the Innes-Papanui Community Board have worked together on this master plan to guide the recovery and future development of Edgeware Village.

Edgeware Village

A vision for the future of Edgeware Vilage

 The Master Plan's vision is of a place people enjoy visiting, with:

  • An attractive and compact centre
  • High quality locally-owned shops and restaurants
  • Safe, high amenity, pedestrian-focussed streets.

Edgeware Village is lively and enjoyable, reflecting its past cultural landscape and looking to its future, while caring for people and the environment.

The process used to develop the Edgeware Village Master Plan

Date Actions
April 2012
Project set up 
Earthquake impacts assessed, scope confirmed and key stakeholders identified.
June 2012
Research, information gathering 
Focus group sessions with key stakeholders and residents held. Key issues and opportunities identified.
July 2012
Design & feasibility testing
Technical expert workshops held. Best ways to address issues and suggestions from the community identified.
August 2012-February 2013
Prepare draft master plan 
Master plan drafted. Endorsed by Community Board. Approved by Council for public notification.
March-April 2013
Consultation 
Public consultation held and 75 submissions received.
May-December 2013
Follow up investigations, revisions 
Submissions analysed. Further investigations as needed. Community Board recommendation not to hear submissions endorsed by Council. Amendments to draft master plan.
December 2013
Adoption
Edgeware Village Master Plan adopted by Council.
July 2012 →
Implementation 
Actions implemented by community and Council (capital projects delivered as funding made available).

Vision, goals and actions

The Edgeware Village Master Plan contains a strategic vision to transform Edgeware Village into a thriving shopping centre and community hub, at the heart of St Albans. The vision is supported by five goals, which are to be delivered through sixteen detailed implementation actions.

These encourage Council, private sector, community and government-led decision-making to align and move forward together in a logical sequence.

The associated actions are described in detail in Section 6 of the Edgeware Village Master Plan [PDF, 20 MB].

Implementation progress

Edgeware shops and planters

Seating, planter boxes and bicycle stands in Edgeware Village

Key successes to date include:

  • The redevelopment of the supermarket, with plans for further development and expansion of it
  • Repair of the commercial buildings on the corner of Colombo Street and Edgeware Road
  • Redevelopment of the petrol station.

To view the corresponding master plan actions, go to page 38 in the Edgeware Village Master Plan [PDF, 20 MB].

Suburban Centres Master Plan Dashboard: March 2017 [PDF, 914 KB]

 

Current projects

Projects currently underway include:

  • A streetscape upgrade through Edgeware Village involving changes to paving, lighting, landscaping and the installation of other street furniture. A design scheme has been prepared but delivery of the project has been delayed as a result of the Annual Plan process and the project will not commence until FY2018-2020. Further community engagement will take place later in 2017 to discuss a revised design scheme that reflects feedback received during the first round of public consultation.
  • The Papanui Parallel major cycleway route (MCR) passes through Edgeware Village to the north and south. The MCR creates a new set of traffic and pedestrian crossing signals at the intersection of Edgeware Road and Colombo Street.

To view the corresponding master plan actions, go to page 38 in the Edgeware Village Master Plan [PDF, 20 MB].