Walter Mildenhall Park – trees to be removed
As progress continues on the new Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre, work will begin later this week to remove several at risk large trees in Walter Mildenhall Park. They will be replaced with younger healthy native species once the project is further progressed.
Hutt City Council adopts Annual Plan 2022 – 23
Hutt City Council has today unanimously adopted the Annual Plan 2022 – 2023, setting out Council’s plan and budget for the new financial year.
Little Theatre temporarily closed
The Little Theatre is temporarily closed to allow for asbestos removal.
More zoom for new Naenae Pool
The new Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre is getting double the zoom with the addition of a second zoom tube. It’ll also have more flexibility with the inclusion of a second moveable bulkhead. Both additions have been approved to be included into the final design following feedback from community and aquatic sports users. Both additional items can be met within the approved $68m budget.
Community praise for Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre design
Naenae’s new multi-million-dollar pool and fitness centre is shaping up to be just what the people ordered.
Consultation on Waterloo to City Centre Bike Lane - Hutt City Council
Today Hutt City Council launches a public consultation on plans for a new bike lane to connect Waterloo Train Station to the city centre.
Lower Hutt business incubator returns to boost new start ups
Applications are now open for a business incubator programme giving local entrepreneurs a step up to make it in the business world.
Hutt City Council seeks feedback on new transport strategy
Today Hutt City Council launched an engagement survey on the draft of its Integrated Transport Strategy. The strategy, which has been developed based on prior community engagement, will set the overall vision and direction for future transport developments in Lower Hutt.
Hutt City Council to lift requirement for vaccine passes at facilities
Hutt City Council has said today that in line with the recent Government announcement, vaccination passes will not be required at its facilities from 5 April 2022.
Council taking action to improve consenting timeframes
Lower Hutt, like many places across the country, is experiencing high population growth. This has resulted in a significant increase in housing development across the city, and with it, a rise in the number of consents.
Wainuiomata Cleanfill step nearer to permanent closure
Hutt City Council is progressing the closure of the Wainuiomata Cleanfill site by June 2022.