The Destination AKL Recovery Plan to support the re-emergence of Auckland’s visitor economy was presented in New Zealand on 4 June.
Developed by regional economic development agency ATEED (Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development), the Plan aims to support Auckland’s re-emergence as a more resilient and sustainable domestic and international destination.
The overall intent is to provide leadership to the Auckland visitor economy by guiding an urgent and unified response to the far-reaching impacts of Covid-19. The Plan outlines 25 tangible actions to be enacted over three time horizons, spanning from now through to late 2021.
ATEED says it has engaged over many weeks with a broad range of industry partners and wider stakeholders to develop the Plan, and considers it a living document that will continue to be reviewed and adapted to reflect changing circumstances and the uncertainty of the current Covid-19 environment.
View the Destination AKL Recovery Plan here