North at the top. This is not a final design, but it will be fairly close. The number of spaces for cars has been reduced to about 230.

One obvious problem is going to be traffic circulation as there are only three entrance/exit points and two of these will only allow left turns going in or out.  The Marae Lane entrance/exit will allow dual direction, but when peak hour trains arrive and the passengers go to or from their cars, things could get rather jammed.

The council plans to buy 5 large specimen trees to supplement the existing trees around the periphery, including the large heritage-listed pohutukawa.

Space has been left for the mobile barber shop which is popular with some locals — this is the little rectangle near the centre-top.

We’re pleased to note that security will be provided by CCTV cameras.