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We have some exciting plans to make Lower Hutt a better place to live, work and play. Check out our work!

We’re making our streets and public spaces safer and more enjoyable to spend time in through Auaha Evolving Spaces.

The Central City Transformation Plan (CCTP) is a framework that aims to stimulate and coordinate the thinking around the design and development of the central city.

The Cross Valley Transport Connections project will provide an opportunity to improve the overall social, economic and transport outcomes for Lower Hutt.

We're working on multiple projects to further develop shared walking and cycling routes around the Hutt.

Hutt City Council is developing a new transport strategy to help tackle Lower Hutt’s growing transport challenges.

We're reviewing and updating our district plan.

Working together in a united effort for better health in the places we live, learn, work and play.

With the research and development phases of Council’s homelessness strategy and action plan completed, Council has been working with its community partners to implement the action plan.

Planning for Te Ara Tupua has reinvigorated conversations about the long-term future for Honiana Te Puni Reserve.

An adequate supply of housing that suits the needs of Lower Hutt people is vital to the health of the city.

Wellington Water Ltd is modelling the likely impacts of extreme rainfall on the urban areas of Lower Hutt.

We’re currently working on two projects in Naenae – rebuilding Naenae Pool and creating a new spatial plan for the town centre, including Hillary Court and the surrounding area.

Establishing a comprehensive spatial strategy for the coordinated development and design of Petone and Moera.

Play in the Hutt is a movement kick-starting action on play locally and nationally. It’s a partnership between Healthy Families Hutt Valley, Hutt City Council and Sport NZ. Play is vital for our health and happiness, so we want to get our kids out exploring and being active.

Residential growth is needed for the future of our city.

Enabling urban growth and a vibrant central city, with improved flood resilience, and better transport links.

The resource consents for temporary discharges of treated wastewater from the Seaview Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Waiwhetu Stream are expiring on 1 February 2018. New consent applications need to be lodged by 1 November 2017.

Upgrading the Wainuiomata Town Centre.

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