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.
Prime Minister visits new Naenae Pool construction site
The Prime Minister and MP for Remutaka Rt Hon Chris Hipkins visited the site of the new Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre in Lower Hutt this afternoon, where construction is progressing well and towering 16m concrete panels and 37m manufactured timber beams are now in place.
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.
Te Wai Takamori o Te Awa Kairangi: New name for next stages of RiverLink project
Mana Whenua have gifted the name Te Wai Takamori o Te Awa Kairangi – The Soothing Waters of Te Awa Kairangi to the Alliance that will deliver the project previously referred to as RiverLink.
Get to the know the team: Mark Wilson
Mark Wilson has been with Apollo Projects for six years and as Project Manager, Mark has the important role of overseeing everything, from organising sub-contractors through to reporting to Council.
Council-Māori housing partnership in Lower Hutt wins supreme award
Takai Here Tāngata, an innovative partnership to provide quality housing in Taitā for whānau in high housing stress has tonight won Hutt City Council a national award for “Collaborative Government Action”.
Hutt City Council annual plan about striking the right balance
Mayor Campbell Barry says Hutt City Council’s Annual Plan 2023-24 is all about striking the right balance.
Hutt City Council charging ahead with more EV infrastructure for communities
Hutt City Council and Meridian Energy have collaborated to install 38 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai / Lower Hutt, ensuring that most residents now live within 3-4km of an EV charging station.
Hutt City Council closes Petone Rec grandstand
Hutt City Council advises that the grandstand at Petone Rec has been closed following an early indication from engineers that raises issues of earthquake risk of the grandstand seating area.
Pools reach more families through new Sensory Hour
Hutt City Council is pleased to offer a new Sensory Hour at Huia Pool with dimmed lights and reduced noise.