PHOTO: SUPPLIED An artist’s impression of the proposed Rototuna Town Centre. The final design has yet to be completed.
On paper it’s called the Rototuna Town Centre, a blueprint for community life in Hamilton’s northeast.
Locals prefer to call it their village.
Plans for a Rototuna village, located off Borman Road, have been in the pipe line for several years and feature in the city council’s current long-term plan.
But the impact of the coronavirus crisis could see those plans stall, prompting the city council to seek Government support as part of the region’s funding bid for shovel-ready projects.
The Rototuna Town Centre proposal carries a $61.5 million price tag and includes the development of a library and community hub, a village square, play spaces, and new roading.
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