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Regeneration at Auckland’s Roma Road

Regeneration is underway at the former Foodstuffs distribution site on Roma Road in Auckland. 

As we target a 5 Green Star Built rating, our company-wide commitment to circularity is paying off. Around 96% of demolition material from Roma Road was diverted from landfill. We recycled steel framing and roofing, large volumes of concrete and masonry were crushed onsite and retained for construction base course, and local stone masons used the volcanic rock we uncovered. 

All four new warehouses will use sustainably sourced materials where possible and energy-efficiency will feature prominently. Customers will have LED lighting, EV charging systems, and low emission refrigerants for HVAC. 

Roofs have a role too. They’ll generate solar energy and harvest 80,000 litres of rainwater. An urban ngahere (forest) will be planted where native plants will replace exotics, attracting birds and enriching the environment for the workforce.

NZ Post will anchor the new development. The last mile location will mean fewer trucks and lower transport emissions for its increasing number of deliveries as e-commerce grows in New Zealand.