A hub for locals and visitors alike to gather together.
Planning & Policy, Resource Consents
The Coromandel Hub is the highly anticipated collaborative precinct planned for the upper Coromandel Peninsula region, where locals and visitors will be able to gather together to make use of the social, health and recreational facilities housed there.
The proposed facility will be approximately 950 square metres and will offer hot-desks and small meeting rooms for visiting social service and government agencies, small businesses owners, and those working from home to utilise. In addition to this, the building has been designed to provide other complementary spaces (e.g. first aid space) for the adjacent reserve, which is likely to be developed into sports fields. At the eastern end of the building (next to the reserve), some ‘user pays’ tourist facilities have also been included, such as laundry facilities.
Its purpose is to provide a modern, sustainable and inclusive public space that will empower the community by bringing iwi, key support agencies, employers, residents, visitors and allied groups together in one single location.
4Sight worked with the client, and other technical specialists, to successfully obtain the resource consent necessary for this project to go ahead and we are looking forward to seeing the finished product.