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  • WHALE TALES 2022 | Pop Into Panmure

    WHALE TALES 2022 ​ ​ ​ Our Whale has arrived!​ Go check it out for yourself - it's located outside 104 Queens Road, Panmure. Don't forget to download the app so you can access the map of all the Tails in Auckland, plus if you scan the QR located on the Tail, it will unlock a bonus competition to win $25 Panmure Food vouchers! ​ Download the Trail Map here ! WHAT IS WHALE TALES 2022? On January 2022, a truly immersive experience celebrating Aotearoa, art, and marine conservation comes to Auckland. Whale Tales is a public art trail exploring Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland. Whale Tales is presented by WWF-New Zealand in partnership with Wild in Art and Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED). Auckland’s streets, parks, and open spaces will be adorned with 70 individually designed and beautifully created whale tails during the Summer/Autumn of 2022. For 10 weeks they will form a fun, free, family-friendly journey of discovery through the city for residents and visitors. Trail explorers young and old will have fun rediscovering their city - learning about its history, people, places, and the artwork itself - getting outside and spending time together discovering the tails and the tales they have to tell. The legacy of Whale Tales will continue long after the fun of the trail has ended. The sculptures will be auctioned to raise significant funds for the vital work WWF-New Zealand does to look after our oceans and conserve marine life here in Aotearoa, particularly in and around the Hauraki Gulf. ​ Go to for more information

  • Pop into Panmure, Fitness & Entertainment

    Dining & Food Hair, Body & Beauty Healthcare Automotive Fashion, Tailoring & Laundromat Professional & Financial Services Fresh Produce & Convenience Community Services & Education Home & Building IT & Specialty Services Fitness & Entertainment Fitness + Entertainment Fitness Entertainment Fitness Fitness Boxfit Studio ​ 44 Lagoon Dr 09 527 3619 Contact Us CityFitness Group Ltd ​ 523a Ellerslie-Panmure Highway 09 930 7584 Contact Us MoveArt Pilates Studio 47 Queens Road 021 613 516 Contact Us Orangetheory Fitness ​ 517 Ellerslie Panmure Highway 09 218 6004 Contact Us Panmure Squash Rackets Club ​ 36-46 Lagoon Drive 09 570 9352 ​ Contact Us YMCA Lagoon Leisure & Fitness ​ 29 Lagoon Drive 09 570 9061 Contact Us YMCA Lagoon Stadium ​ 44 Lagoon Drive 09 570 5321 Contact Us Entertanment Entertainment The LandMark & The Corner Bar 163 Queens Road 09 570 1722 Contact Us YeeHaa Fishing Tackle ​ 30 Jellicoe Road 09 570 5058 Contact Us

  • PANMURE BASIN FUN DAY 2021 | Pop Into Panmure

    Panmure Basin Fun Day 2021 21st March 2021, 11 am - 4 pm There were some FREE awesome pirate adventures at the annual Panmure Basin Fun Day! Families enjoyed the interactive events and activities for all ages and they won some great prizes . This FREE family fun day was supported by the Mt Wellington Foundation Trust, Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board, Fresh Concept and Panmure Business Association. ​ ​ Free Kids Activities Stalls Food Entertainment Some photos from the event...

  • TASTES OF PANMURE 2021 | Pop Into Panmure

    TASTES OF PANMURE 2021 1st March - 31st March 2021 Be in to Win $50 Panmure Eating-Out Vouchers! Simply visit any Panmure restaurant or food outlet from 1st to 31st March 2021, post an image of yourself enjoying your food on either Instagram or Facebook with the tag #PopintoPanmure We have 10 vouchers to give away - so go and eat! IF YOU HAVE THE MOST CREATIVE PHOTO CAPTION – WIN A FURTHER $50 VOUCHER! ​ TASTES OF PANMURE – PROMOTION TERMS & CONDITIONS: 1. Panmure Business Association staff and families, owners or employees of participating restaurants or food outlets are not permitted to enter this competition. 2. Publication of the winners’ names and photographs may be used for promotional purposes, unless requested otherwise by the winner. 3. Prizes are not exchangeable or redeemable for cash. No change will be given on vouchers. 4. Personal information provided will be held by the Panmure Business Association and used to inform you if you are a winner. 5. Limited to one entry per person. 6. Prizes will be drawn on April 7th 2021. 7. Creative photo caption to be displayed on Facebook or Instagram with #popintopanmure TO BOOK MARY TAYLOR'S FOOD TOURS PLEASE VISIT: WWW.EATAUCKLAND.CO.NZ

  • Pop into Panmure, Fresh Produce & Convenience

    Dining & Food Hair, Body & Beauty Healthcare Automotive Fashion, Tailoring & Laundromat Professional & Financial Services Fresh Produce & Convenience Community Services & Education Home & Building IT & Specialty Services Fitness & Entertainment Fresh Produce + Convenience Convenience Stores Black Bull Liquor ​ 174 Queens Road 09 527 7768 Contact Us Bottle-O 10 Queens Road 022 695 9377 Contact Us Fair and Square Superette 196 - 198 Queens Road 09 527 8987 Contact Us Hesari Supermarket ​ 56 Queens Road 021 082 62176 Contact Us Lakdiv Supermarket ​ 5 Basin View Lane 09 527 7782 Contact Us London Superette & Lotto 172 Queens Road 09 527 6933 Contact Us Mobil Panmure ​ 1 - 5 Jellicoe Road 09 570 1548 Contact Us Panmure Fresh Supermarket 519 Ellerslie-Panmure Highway 09 570 9966 Contact Us Da Hua Supermarket 159 Queens Road 09 570 6185 Contact Us Panmure Stationery & Lotto Shop Unit B, 22-28 Jellicoe Road 09 527 3847 Contact Us Panmure Superette ​ 158 - 160 Queens Road 09 527 7628 Contact Us Queens Road Superette ​ 46 Queens Road 09 527 8122 Contact Us Rey Ann Filipino Superette ​ 2a Basin View Lane 09 570 1116 Contact Us SpiceLand ​ 50 Queens Road 09 527 1633 Contact Us Supavalue Supermarket ​ 88 Queens Rd 022 649 2295 Contact Us Tres Marias Trading Ltd ​ 52 Queens Road 09 570 8981 Contact Us Valley Fresh ​ Unit E, 22-28 Jellicoe Road 09 527 5050 Contact Us

  • Pop into Panmure, Community Services & Education

    Dining & Food Hair, Body & Beauty Healthcare Automotive Fashion, Tailoring & Laundromat Professional & Financial Services Fresh Produce & Convenience Community Services & Education Home & Building IT & Specialty Services Fitness & Entertainment Community Services + Education Community Services Education Non-Member Churches & Schools Community Services Community Services ACES Maungarei ​ 18 Pilkington Road 09 820 9145 ​ Contact Us Chinese New Settlers Services Trust 15 - 25 Clifton Court 09 5701 188 Contact Us Citizens Advice Bureau ​ 7 - 13 Pilkington Road 09 573 5707 Contact Us Man Alive ​ 35 Queens Rd 09 835 0509 Contact Us Mt Wellington Fire Station 32 - 36 Pilkington Road 09 570 4011 Contact Us Panmure Library ​ 7 - 13 Pilkington Road 09 377 0209 Contact Us Salvation Army Family Store 159 Queens Road 09 527 7143 Contact Us Tamaki Budgeting ​ 18 Clifton Court 09 570 9023 Check us out on Facebook Contact Us Tamaki Housing Association 149 Queens Road 0800 521 555 Contact Us Tāmaki Regeneration Company 149 Queens Road 0800 521 555 Contact Us Education Education Active Institute, Panmure 32-34 Queens Road 09 278 0849 ​ Contact Us ATEA College ​ 21 Domain Road 09 570 5873 Contact Us Chinese New Settlers Services Trust 15 - 25 Clifton Court 09 5701 188 ​ Contact Us Mighty Minds Educare ​ 517 Ellerslie- Panmure Highway 09 525 6868 Contact Us Montessori Secondary School 18 Pilkington Rd 09 391 9200 ​ Contact Us NZ Society of Genealogists 159 Queens Road 09 570 4248 ​ Contact Us Panmure Early Learning Centre 46 Te Koa Road 09 527 1961 ​ Contact Us Churches Local Churches (n on-member) Christ New Creation International Church 8 Mountwell Crescent 021 833 077 Contact Us Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 19 Pilkington Road, Panmure 09 527 8971 Contact Us Panmure Samoan Methodist Church 14 Ireland Road, Panmure 09 527 7010 Contact Us St Matthias Anglican Church 5 Thompson Road, Panmure 09 527 6341​ Contact Us St Patricks Catholic Church 19 Sunset View Road 09 527 7231 Contact Us Tamaki Community Church 4a Court Crescent, Panmure 09 527 7444 Contact Us Local Schools (non-member) Glendowie College Crossfield Road, Glendowie 09 575 9128 Contact Us Panmure Bridge Primary School 76 Kings Road, Panmure 09 527 6462 Contact Us Panmure District School 87 Mt Wellington Highway, Panmure 09-527 7659 Contact Us Point England School 130 Point England Road, Point England 09 527 6247 Contact Us Sacred Heart College 250 West Tamaki Road, Glendowie 09 529 3660 Contact Us Sommerville Special School 7a Benghazi Road, Panmure 09 570 9787 Contact Us St Patrick's School 5 Church Crescent, Panmure 09 527 7016 Contact Us Tamaki College Elstree Ave, Glen Innes 09 521 1104 Contact Us

  • Whales Tale Entry Form | Pop Into Panmure

    Congratulations! You've unlocked the Panmure Whale Sculpture! Be in with a chance to score one of 75 Panmure Food Vouchers worth $25! Simply complete the entry form below. The lucky names will be drawn 6th May 2022. ​ Terms & Conditions 1. Panmure Business Association staff and families, owners or employees of participating shops, restaurants or food outlets are not permitted to enter. 2. Publication of the winners’ names and photographs may be used for promotional purposes, unless requested otherwise by the winner. 3. Prizes are not exchangeable or redeemable for cash. No change will be given on vouchers. 4. Personal information provided will be held by the Panmure Business Association and used to inform winners. 5. Entries not accepted after 11.59pm 2 May 2022 6. Entries accepted via website form only 7. Participating Panmure businesses are listed on reverse of voucher 8. Winners will be drawn randomly from all valid entries 9. One entry per person First Name Last Name Email Phone Suburb where you live Submit Thank you for visiting Panmure!

  • Pop into Panmure, Event Gallery

    Past Events Photo Gallery Panmure Basin Fun Day 2021 Christmas in Panmure 2020 Panmure Basin Fun Day 2019


    Panmure's Stakeholders MAUNGAKIEKIE-TAMAKI LOCAL BOARD AMETI BUSWAY EKE PANUKU DEVELOPMENT TAMAKI REGENERATION LOCAL BOARD The Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board covers the south-eastern part of the isthmus, including One Tree Hill, Onehunga, Oranga, Penrose, Mt Wellington, Panmure and Glen Innes. ​ Visit: ​ ​ The Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board members left to right: ​ Nerissa Henry, Maria Meredith, Don Allen, Chris Makoare, Peter McGlashan, Debbie Burrows, Tony Woodcock. ​ Nerissa Henry, Maria Meredith, Chris Makoare and Peter McGlashan are part of the Tamaki Ward. ​ Don Allen, Debbie Burrows and Tony Woodcock are part of the Maungakiekie Ward. ​ AMETI AMETI (Auckland Manukau Eastern Transport Initiative) Eastern Busway will create a dedicated, congestion-free busway between Panmure, Pakuranga, and Botany town centres. The busway is supported by new cycling and walking connections, urban design improvements, safety and signal improvements at key intersections, and more. The project is delivered in 4 stages. Once the busway is completed, you’ll be able to travel by bus and train between Botany and Britomart in less than 40 minutes. The busway will be supported by 3 new stations at Panmure, Pakuranga, and Botany, new cycling and walking connections, urban design enhancements, and improvements for general traffic such as advanced signalling at important intersections. ​ Major transport improvements have already been made with the opening of the new Panmure Station (now the fifth busiest station in Auckland) and the development of Te Horeta Road. The next stage will be construction of a busway with buses travelling on their own congestion-free lanes between Panmure and Pakuranga town centres. The final stage between Panmure and Botany is due for completion in 2026. ​ Visit: ​ PANUKU Eke Panuku Development Auckland helps to regenerate parts of Auckland - from small projects that refresh a site or building, to major transformations of town centres or neighbourhoods. The vision for Panmure is to create a vibrant town centre that is a great place to live, visit and do business; building on its distinct landscape, transport connectivity, local services and amenities and sense of community. Located within the Tamaki Transformation area, Panmure town centre is well-located with excellent public transport links to the wider Auckland area. Panmure was chosen as a location for regeneration due to large areas of underused, council-owned land in the town centre that represent significant redevelopment opportunities. The project area covers 43ha and encompasses land owned by council, Tamaki Regeneration Company (see below), the Crown and Auckland Transport (AT), who Panuku will work in partnership with to facilitate the staged transition of sites for development. Panuku will also work closely with TRC, who through its Regeneration Programme will build 7500 new homes across Tamaki in the next 15-20 years. Enlivening the main street is a key part of the future plan for Panmure. Panuku will work closely with the business community and look to introduce fresh retail and commercial space into Panmure to strengthen the appeal of the town centre and the diversity of what's on offer. A number of sites for mixed-use development will increase the number of homes and further expand the range of services the community can access. A multi-purpose community facility with a civic space is envisaged at the heart of the town centre where the community could come together and access key facilities such as a library and a community centre. The High Level Project Plan (HLPP) plan for Panmure town centre outlines the context for the project, the key decisions and main phases required to complete it over the next 15-20 years, during which time the population is expected to grow significantly. The plan was informed by public feedback gathered from a series of community sessions and an online survey. People who visit, live and work in Panmure were asked to share their thoughts on safety, community facilities and transport connections to and from the town centre, including walking and cycling. The sessions were supported by representatives from Panuku, members of the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board and representatives from TRC. Visit: ​ Click here to download the plan. TAMAKI The Tāmaki Regeneration Company (TRC) is working with, and for, the people of Tāmaki to shape the future of our community together. Formed in 2012, TRC is owned by the Government and Auckland Council. The Tāmaki Housing Association (THA) is part of TRC and has looked after the whānau that live in state housing in Tāmaki since 2016. ​ Their goal is to enable the people of Tāmaki - especially Māori and Pasifika people - to reach their aspirations. Focus is on empowering and enhancing the wellbeing of tangata whenua and tangata tiriti. They honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa, and embed the principles into decision-making. ​ They work to deliver better housing, infrastructure, transport, education and jobs. They collaborate closely with mana whenua, community groups, schools and businesses to deliver four key priorities: ​ Social (supporting Tāmaki whānau to thrive) Housing (building homes and communities) Economic (helping the local economy to thrive) Placemaking (supporting local cultural identity and sense of belonging) ​ Visit: ​ ​

  • Pop into Panmure, PBA Members

    About the PBA About Us About the BID Programme Become a Member Services Offered PBA Team and Board Contact Us SERVICES OFFERED About Us The Panmure Business Association (PBA) is a not for profit organisation registered as an incorporated society under the Incorporated Societies Act . ​ Our business association has a long history. Originally called the Panmure Commercial Association, it was founded as a voluntary organisation in 1952. In 2011, the PBA became a Business Improvement District (BID). ​ The PBA promotes and supports over 200 businesses and commercial property owners. We represent our businesses as a collective voice and advocate for them. Throughout the year, we also focus on bringing activities and events to Panmure to support a thriving business community. ​ The Panmure Business Association operates under a Constitution. During the Annual General Meeting, usually held the first Monday of October, the PBA Executive Committee (also known as 'The Board') is elected. They are responsible for the governance and strategic direction of the PBA and its BID program. The BID Programme is funded by a BID Targeted Rate Grant . Link to view PBA Constitution Link to view PBA Executive Committee Charter 2023/2024 Link to view BID Policy 2022 ​ ​ ​ ​ PBA Office 16 Clifton Court, Panmure Queen's Road What is a Business Improvement District (BID) Programme? BID Programmes provide a mechanism and a relationship between the Panmure Business Association and Auckland Council. ​ The Business Improvement Districts (BID) programme currently operates in 51 areas within Auckland. In these commercial areas, local businesses and property owners have agreed to work together to provide value to the collective business community by delivering a suite of economic activities. ​ Find the PBA's projects here . ​ Auckland Council supports Business Associations operating BID programmes as set out in Auckland Council's BID Policy 2022. Find more information about the BID Programme here . ​ ​ The BID Targeted Rate Process Auckland Council supports business associations by applying the BID targeted rate. This is collected directly from the ratepayer/property owner, or indirectly, by the business owner/tenant located within the BID Boundary area . ​ The BID targeted rate is calculated as a percentage on the capital value of the commercial rated properties located within the BID boundary area . ​ The PBA are provided these funds quarterly as a BID Targeted Rate Grant. These are used for projects to help economic growth for the Panmure BID. See below for a map of Panmure's BID area. ​ ​ Our BID Boundary: The Panmure Business Association supports and Promotes local businesses within this defined BID area. Panmure is one of 51 Business Improvement Districts within Auckland. ​ Read more about the Business Improvement District Program here About Membership If your business is located within our BID area, you are eligible to join the PBA. ​ Below is a link to our Business Information Pack. This includes our member form, an explanation of the application approval process and all the extra information you'll need as a member of the Panmure Business Association. ​ ​ Download our Business Information Pack ​ Download our Business Information Pack - CHINESE Services Offered Advocacy We liaise with local community groups and local projects, the Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board, Auckland Council and other local government organisations (CCO’s). We keep businesses up-to-date with any developments that will impact the Tamaki area into the future such as the AMETI Eastern Busway, Tāmaki Regeneration Company and Eke Panuku Development's Unlock Panmure. Marketing Panmure Community Newsletter (February – December) Panmure Business Directory (paper and online) Featuring business cluster advertising on the A0 sized display signs on Queens Road and the community noticeboard. Organise business information and networking opportunities Google my Business listing creation and updating Business surveys Business workshops Promotions Tastes of Panmure (usually the month of June) ​ Events Panmure Christmas Party (2nd Saturday of December) Panmure Basin Fun Day (Feb/Mar) supporting role only ​ Safety and Security Assistance The role of the Panmure Security Liaison Officer is to promote a safe environment for both businesses and customers. He reports repairs and maintenance issues within Panmure Town Centre, and assists businesses with any criminal incidents. The PBA captures information from the CCTV camera network to pass onto the relevant agency. The PBA owns an extensive CCTV security cameras network resulting in the reduction of anti-social behaviour and criminal incidents in the Town Centre. We work with and support the local NZ Policing team. The PBA owns and maintains an extensive LED ‘Under Veranda Lighting Network’ that lights the Town Centre each evening. A number of the Town Centre trees have had decorative lighting installed which creates a positive ambiance within the Town Centre. Service lanes are cleaned up yearly by the PBA. ​ ​​ Marketing Support & Guidance Business Development Advice Business Networking Events & Meetings Access to a community of innovative Individuals On Going Support & Relevant Updates Want to talk about membership? If your business is located within the BID area , you are eligible to join the PBA. Send a message to get more info! Thanks! Message sent. Get in touch The PBA Executive Committee The Executive Committee (Board) meet on a Tuesday at 4pm, every 6 weeks. These meetings are held at the Auckland Montessori College, located on 18 Pilkington Road, Panmure. There are no meetings held in December or January. ​ The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 25th June 2024. ​ Members interested in attending a meeting are welcome to join! Please give advanced notice of attendance here . Members are also invited to attend our 2024 AGM. See our PBA AGM, Annual Reports & Strategic Plans . PBA Team The PBA Team Town Manager Elaine Soakai ​ Finance & Operations Manager Dannielle Carter ​ Security Liaison Officer Taniela Kaivelata or call 027 53 53 017 Communications Coordinator Katie Chan Social Media Assistant Debbie Luton ​ The PBA Executive Committee Chair Sharon Alderson The Cafe...with no name ​ Treasurer Steven Arnold Peace Experiment School ​ ​ Board Member Adrienne Hudson Panmure Library ​ Board Member Kate Cumberpatch Eke Panuku Development ​ ​ Board Member Nerissa Henry Representative from Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board Board Member Don Wang CNSST ​ Board Member Alex George Peach's Hot Chicken ​ Board Member Brian McDonald McDonald Trading ​ ​ Board Member Marty Van Der Burg Marty Van Der Burg Builders Ltd ​ Strategy Report PBA AGM, Annual Reports & Strategic Plan Panmure Business Association: Key Documents Panmure Constitution Board Charter 2023-2024 PBA Strategic Plan 2021 – 2024 ​ Members are welcome to contact our Town Manager for any inquiries or information relating to; BID Programme activities or any Executive Committee meetings, minutes and documents. ​ Documents can be made available in different languages, just get in touch here . Panmure Business Association AGM 2024 Details of the 2024 Annual General Meeting of the Panmure Business Association are yet to be confirmed. For those interested in becoming an Executive Committee member for 2024/2025 please find a nomination form and information here . Completed nomination forms must be returned by Friday 27th September 2024. Panmure Business Association AGM 2 October 2023 The 2023 Annual General Meeting of the Panmure Business Association was held in-person on Monday 2nd October at Peace Experiment, 18 Pilkington Road, Panmure. AGM commenced at 7pm. ​ As per our updated Constitution, adopted at our SGM held 1 May 2023, members had the opportunity to join us online. View our BID programme documents as approved at the AGM, including: Agenda Final Minutes 2022 AGM Draft Minutes 2023 AGM Reports - Chair & Town Manager Report - Treasurer Report - Accountant Financial Statement with auditor's report Budget 2024/2025 Business Plan 2024/2025 ​ Please get in touch here with any questions or suggestions. Click the link to view our current strategic plan , business pla n and budget as approved at the last AGM. Panmure Business Association: Revised Board Charter 2023 The Executive Committee adopted an updated Board Charter at their June 20th meeting. Find a copy below: ​ Revised Board Charter 2022-2023 ​ Panmure Business Association SGM 1 May 2023 The Panmure Business Association held a Special General Meeting on Monday 1st May 2023. Read about the changes below: ​ Draft Minutes of the 2023 SGM SGM Agenda 20 23 Amended Panmure Constitution Current Con stitution Panmure BID Constitution Amendments ​ CONTACT US We'd love to hear from you, please send us a message: Get in touch Thanks! Message sent. ADDRESS: 16 CLIFTON COURT, PANMURE (OPPOSITE THE PANMURE LIBRARY, PILKINGTON RD, PANMURE). OFFICE HRS: Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm TEL: (09) 527 63 89 EMAIL: INFO@PANMURE.NET.NZ About Contact

  • Pop into Panmure, Panmure Basin Fun Day

    Neighbours Day THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED Due to the current COVID-19 situation, this event has been cancelled as a precautionary measure for the health and safety of the community. A new date for later in the year will be announced when available. Thank you for your understanding. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Are you coming to Neighbours Day? We hope to see you there, it's going to be a fun, free family event where Panmure locals and the wider Tamaki community can come together and get more information on the services and opportunities within the community - it should be a great friendly get-together. ​ Date: April 4th, 2020 ​ Time: 9am -3pm Venue: Panmure Community Hall and Panmure Community Library and Hall Carpark For Transport & Parking Info Click here > RSVP on our Facebook Event Page

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