Hutt City Council secures Government funding for walking and cycling projects in Lower Hutt
Hutt City Council has secured a share of the Government’s $350m Transport Choices Package for two Lower Hutt projects aimed at providing safer, cleaner, and greener modes of transport.
Hutt City Council and East by West Ferries call for caution to Days Bay Wharf jumpers
Hutt City Council and East by West Ferries are increasingly concerned about dangerous behaviour where the ferry docks on the northern side of Days Bay Wharf.
Council ramps up efforts to reduce kerbside recycling contamination
Hutt City Council is appealing to residents to help slash the amount of contaminated recycling that is being collected at the kerbside.
New Lower Hutt Jobs and Skills Hub key to RiverLink delivery
The Government has announced a new Jobs and Skills Hub will be opened in central Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai (Lower Hutt) to help connect local communities with the thousands of new jobs predicted to be created out of local projects like RiverLink over the next decade.
RiverLink gets green light for RFP release
RiverLink, a transformational set of projects for Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai - Lower Hutt, is one step closer to construction, as the programme is given the green light to release its Request for Proposal (RFP) to market and begin the procurement process for selecting an Alliance partner to deliver the programme.
Manor Park Shared Pathway Opens
The Manor Park Shared Pathway was officially opened at a ceremony this morning. The event was attended by Hutt City Council, Greater Wellington, Kānoa - Regional Economic Development & Investment Unit, Te Āti Awa, Taranaki Whānui, and Ngāti Toa and members of the community.
New growth study finds Lower Hutt needs significant investment in water infrastructure over the next 30 years
A recently completed growth study by Wellington Water has provided further evidence of the significant investment required in Lower Hutt’s water infrastructure over the next 30 years.
Hutt City Council considering significant funding towards infrastructure to boost city’s climate resilience
Mayor Campbell Barry has confirmed today that Council has directed officers to investigate how we can make our communities more resilient in the face of extreme weather, by using Lower Hutt’s allocation of the Government’s Better Off Funding.
A month of wild weather in Lower Hutt - by the numbers
Newly compiled data confirms consistent and heavy rainfall over the past four weeks which has caused significant slips and flooding across Lower Hutt.
Another major milestone for Riverlink with interim decision from Environment Court
The Environment Court has today issued an interim decision on approving a range of resource consent applications for RiverLink, delivering a high level of confidence in the project.
Te Huringa-nuku ceremony marks construction start for Tupua Horo Nuku
The Minister of Transport Hon. Michael Wood, Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry and local leaders joined representatives of Te Āti Awa, Taranaki Whānui and Ngāti Toa to mark the start of works on Tupua Horo Nuku, the Eastern Bays Shared Path project.