Lower-emissions funding gets the green light
Hutt City Council is now offering up to 50% co-funding for projects that will reduce carbon emissions in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai / Lower Hutt.
Hutt City Council commits to big investment in water
Hutt City Council has today agreed to continue its significant investment in water infrastructure and transport in its draft 10-year plan which will go out for community consultation in April.
Earthquake prone building notice issued for Clock Tower block at Hutt Hospital
We have notified Te Whatu Ora Health NZ that we have determined that the Clock Tower block at Hutt Hospital is earthquake prone under section 133AK of the Building Act 2004.
Critical Hutt Valley stopbank work starting this summer
Critical flood protection work, part of Te Wai Takamori o Te Awa Kairangi - Delivering RiverLink (Te Awa Kairangi) project, will get underway this summer.
Seaview Treatment Plant biofilter replacement completed ahead of schedule
Wellington Water advises that the biofilter media replacement works at the Seaview Treatment Plant have been completed ahead of schedule.
Hutt City Council approves new waste plan
Hutt City Council has approved the WMMP, a plan to transition our city and the Wellington region to a circular economy over the next six years and beyond.
Two garages red-stickered after damaging storm, Petone Rec Grandstand work brought forward
Hutt City Council has completed an assessment of all buildings affected by the damaging wind of 12 December and found two which cannot be inhabited.
Celebrating the progress of Naenae Pool construction
Construction of the new Naenae Pool & Fitness Centre has made immense progress this year.
Hutt City Council gives clear direction on priorities for next 10 years
Hutt City Council met yesterday to make decisions on key parts of the Long Term Plan (LTP) 2024 – 34.
Earthquake prone notice lifted for Heretaunga Block at Hutt Hospital
Hutt City Council has determined that the Heretaunga Block at Hutt Hospital is no longer earthquake-prone under section 133AK of the Building Act 2004.
Hutt City Council decisions on water infrastructure show urgent reform is needed
Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry says decisions Hutt City Council have made on water infrastructure funding show urgent reform is needed.