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.
Hutt City Councillor Shazly Rasheed resignation
Hutt City Council Chief Executive Jo Miller has today received a letter of resignation from Cr Shazly Rasheed, effective immediately.
Hutt City Council vacancy to remain until October elections
Hutt City Councillors voted at their Council meeting today to leave a vacant Councillor position unfilled for the remainder of the current triennium.
Wainuiomata Cleanfill closure complete
The final stages of the Wainuiomata Cleanfill closure are now complete and the site is closed.
Hutt City Council responds to seismic information on Hutt Hospital’s Heretaunga Block
Today the Hutt Valley DHB has sent through a draft Detailed Seismic Assessment (DSA) on the Heretaunga Block at the Hutt Hospital. The HVDHB has advised that the DSA is currently being peer reviewed to check the methodology and modelling.
Mayor alarmed by Hutt Hospital news
Mayor Campbell Barry is alarmed by news today that Hutt Hospital’s main Heretaunga Block has seismic issues.
Fraser Park wins Cricket Wellington’s ‘Ground of the Year'
Fraser Park has been awarded Cricket Wellington’s ‘Ground of the Year’ for the 2021-22 season.
Major Hutt City Council infrastructure proposal clears another hurdle
Hutt City Council’s application to the Government’s Infrastructure Acceleration Fund (IAF) has progressed to the final negotiation stage, taking us a step closer to addressing major infrastructure challenges in 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.
“Water your thoughts ?”: Key findings from Council’s engagement on Government’s water reforms shared
Hutt City Council has shared key findings from the recent community engagement survey on the Government’s proposed three waters reforms.
Stemming the tide of consent delays
You may have read about the length of time it is currently taking Hutt City Council to process resource consents for developments - let me offer a future-focused perspective on behalf of council staff and our regulator role.