Celebrating progress towards a revitalised Naenae town centre - Saturday 16 July, 2022
There’ll be a day of activities in Naenae on July 16 in conjunction with the Naenae Saturday Markets to mark key milestones in revitalising the town centre.
Notice of 2022 Triennial Local Authority Elections
Elections for Hutt City Council will be held by postal vote on Saturday 8 October 2022.
Government’s higher and denser housing rules a step closer for Lower Hutt
As required by the government, Hutt City Council has approved a draft change to the District Plan for public consultation that will pave the way for higher and denser housing across Lower Hutt.
HCC focus on environmental sustainability gets approval for the third LGFA green loan
A strong sustainable approach targeting a high Green Star rating for the rebuild of Naenae pool and fitness centre has seen Hutt City Council approved for only the third Green, Social and Sustainability loan to a New Zealand council from the Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA).
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.
Earthquake prone building notice issued for Heretaunga Block at Hutt Hospital
We have notified the Hutt Valley DHB that we have determined that the Heretaunga Block at Hutt Hospital is earthquake prone under section 133AK of the Building Act 2004.
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.
Hutt City Council Response to receiving peer reviewed Detailed Seismic Assessment on the Heretaunga block at Hutt Hospital
Since receiving the draft Detailed Seismic Assessment (DSA) in May on the Heretaunga Block at Hutt Hospital, Hutt City Council has been working with the engineering team at the HVDHB on the information required to be included in the final DSA.
COVID-19 recovery business activation grants announced
Hutt City Council has announced a $150,000 fund to help attract customers back to hospitality and retail centres in Lower Hutt.