Hutt City Council votes to accept independent recommendations on housing intensification
Hutt City Council has today voted unanimously for government-mandated changes to allow higher and denser housing, particularly around transport hubs.
Your thoughts needed on walking and cycling routes for Taitā and Avalon
The proposed Taitā and Avalon Community Connections project will connect residents and schools with the heart of their communities, and improve the experience of walkers and cyclists, by providing safer transport options that are good for us and our environment.
Have your say on regional plan to reduce waste
The Wellington Region Waste Management and Minimisation Plan 2023-2029 (WMMP) is all about readying our region for a more environmentally sustainable future, and public feedback is a vital part of the process.
Key water infrastructure project for Hutt Valley completed
The completion of the Barber Grove to Seaview Wastewater Pipe Duplication Project is a milestone Wellington Water is proud of.
We’re thinking Long Term, Lower Hutt!
We’ve done some early thinking about what the next Long Term Plan (LTP) should cover, and we need your help to know if we’re on the right track.
Lower emissions a big opportunity for Lower Hutt
A new report sharing Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai / Lower Hutt’s greenhouse gas emissions between 1 July 2021 and 30 June 2022 shows a decrease in carbon emissions across the city.
Get unstuck: The Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai school holiday checklist
It’s school holiday time AGAIN. Are you stuck trying to create fun activities to do with the kids? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered! There are plenty of fun events on this July in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai.
Striking the right balance: Hutt City Council adopts Annual Plan for the year ahead
Today Hutt City Council adopted the Annual Plan for 2023-24, which comes into effect from 1 July 2023.
Know your options when someone’s parked in the wrong place
Sometimes people park in the wrong place for good reasons, but if it’s illegal, or someone is parking repeatedly where they shouldn’t, there is something you can do about it.
Welcoming the community back to the heart of Wainuiomata
On a brisk Tuesday morning the long-awaited redevelopment of Wainuiomata’s civic heart was officially handed back to community with a karakia led by Te Ati Awa.
Hutt City Council welcomes direction signalled by FFLG Panel’s Report
Lower Hutt Mayor, Campbell Barry, says local government needs to change. He is looking forward to working with councils around the country, and central government, to consider the recommendations in the final report from the Panel of the Review into the Future for Local Government.