26 days ago

Get involved in planning the future of your city

Jon from Hutt City Council

Have an opinion on how your city should look, feel and operate in the years ahead? It's time to let us know what you think.

Initial engagement on the review of Lower Hutt's district plan - the city's rule book for land use and development - is underway.

It covers major issues like housing supply and affordability, how we'll manage natural hazards and sea level rise, and protect natural habitats, right down to what you can do on your property and what your neighbours can do on theirs.

For more information and to have your say, go to the link below. Or if you're in the neigbourhood, come and talk to us this Saturday 24 April. We'll be with the 10 Year Plan team at the Naenae Village Market between 11am and 1pm.

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4 hours ago

Get ready to meet your new bins!

Hutt City Council

Delivery of the new rubbish and recycling bins has started!. The new bins will be delivered in waves, based on the day of the week your recycling is currently collected. So if you normally put your recycling crate out to be collected on Monday, your new bins could be delivered anytime from early May.

Monday: Delivering

Tuesday: Mid May

Wednesday: Mid May

Thursday: Late May

Friday: Early June

When you receive your new bins, remember not to put them out until the new service kicks off from 1 July. Your glass recycling crate may be delivered inside one of the 240L bins.
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4 hours ago

Knowing your pipes

Wellington Water

Our crews are in Lower Hutt to reduce the pollution of our waterways by inspecting pipes in your area.

They are looking for three things:
• Direct or indirect connection of stormwater to wastewater.
• Leaking of wastewater into stormwater or directly into waterways.
• A connection of wastewater to stormwater.

To find out more visit: www.wellingtonwater.co.nz/ knowing-your-pipes
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4 hours ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This should not be too hard. What is going on here?

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