Johnsonville Mall Redevelopment

The Council has granted a resource consent to redevelop Johnsonville Shopping Centre over five years.

View of Johnsonville Mall from Johnsonville Road.

Johnsonville Mall

The Council has granted Diversified NZ Property Fund and DNZ Property Fund Ltd (DNZ) a resource consent to redevelop Johnsonville Shopping Centre over five years.

This consent is for the first stage of the project and allows for the construction and redevelopment of shops, pedestrian areas, parking areas and vehicle access to service shops.

The redevelopment of the mall will occur in two stages. Once stage one is underway, DNZ will decide whether to continue with stage two of the work.

Stage Two

If DNZ decides to continue the redevelopment work of Johnsonville Shopping Centre, they will request a resource consent from the Council for a further period of 10 years.

The second stage of construction involves:

  • redeveloping the existing shops along the following streets:
    • Johnsonville Road (south of Hawea Street)
    • Broderick Road (at the north-east corner, where it meets Johnsonville Road)
  • Building rooftop car parking facilities on Hawea Street and Broderick Road
  • creating additional car parks. During stage one and stage two of the project, a total of up to 1,380 car parks will be built, including parking for 80 vehicles at the Countdown supermarket.