Petone, Lower Hutt

14 days ago

Housing initiative gets green light

Jon from Hutt City Council

Hutt City Council’s initiative to improve housing supply and affordability is now go.

Last night Councillors voted to put into action a district plan change that will introduce medium density housing to eight suburban centres, as well as reduce the barriers to traditional infill and minor … View more
Hutt City Council’s initiative to improve housing supply and affordability is now go.

Last night Councillors voted to put into action a district plan change that will introduce medium density housing to eight suburban centres, as well as reduce the barriers to traditional infill and minor dwellings.

More information in the link below.

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14 days ago

Omāroro reservoir works - water shut off

The Team from Wellington Water

We’re progressing into the next stage of pipeline works that will connect the future Omāroro reservoir to bulk drinking water supply pipes.

Several weeks ago Wellington Water ran a trial to prepare for installing a new valve, which involved shutting off normal water supply to Wellington City … View more
We’re progressing into the next stage of pipeline works that will connect the future Omāroro reservoir to bulk drinking water supply pipes.

Several weeks ago Wellington Water ran a trial to prepare for installing a new valve, which involved shutting off normal water supply to Wellington City for a few hours. This was to confirm that under normal demand, we’d have enough water available to allow us to drain the pipes, cut them open, install the new valves, seal everything up, and recharge the network (estimated at 15 hours).

The trial was successful – and we are planning another shutoff to complete this work tomorrow, Wednesday 6 November starting at 6am.

While we’re not expecting any outages as a result of this work, we do ask that residents are mindful of their water use.

Throughout the work, we’ll be monitoring supply and demand closely, and will inform residents on any potential supply interruptions.

Learn more about the Omāroro reservoir on our website.

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14 days ago

Fireworks

Craig from Naenae

Kia ora neighbour's
Just a friendly reminder to keep your pets safe and inside whist fireworks are being let off over the next few days as they do get frightened easily.
Have a safe enjoyable experience

14 days ago

What's On: SeniorNet Hutt City

Geoff from Eastbourne

Need help with Laptops,Smart Phones, Computers. SeniorNet can help Mature Students. Ring Glenda Smith 5676503. Open Day Friday 15 Nov. 11 AM. Learn new tricks
SeniorNet Hutt City
  • SeniorNet Hutt City
14 days ago

What's On: SeniorNet Hutt City

Geoff from Eastbourne

Want help with Laptops, Smart Phones,Computers. Open Day for New Members. Come find out how we can help U.Learn new tricks
SeniorNet Hutt City
  • SeniorNet Hutt City
14 days ago

Have you had your in-salon Fusio-Dose Scrub yet?!

Bella Vita Hairdressing

With 3 precious oil blends it takes the deep cleanse to the next level! Choose between Ginger, Sandalwood or Peppermint to elevate your senses with a single drop ✨

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15 days ago

Bunny Care taker

Triseta from Petone

Hi everyone I am going away over xmas for 3 weeks and looking for someone who is willing to take care of my bunny. I have contacted creature comforts bunny boarding but they are fully booked over xmas. Everything for the bunny will be provided. He is an indoor bunny with a great personality.

14 days ago

Who's setting off fireworks tonight?! 😄💥

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Fireworks are a ton of fun but carry real risks that need to be taken seriously. If you plan on lighting some here's some tips to keep everyone in your community safe and happy.

❌ 1. Never light fireworks in dry or windy conditions.

🔥 2. Only use fireworks in wide open areas, away from … View more
Fireworks are a ton of fun but carry real risks that need to be taken seriously. If you plan on lighting some here's some tips to keep everyone in your community safe and happy.

❌ 1. Never light fireworks in dry or windy conditions.

🔥 2. Only use fireworks in wide open areas, away from flammable items such as trees, grasses, gas tanks, and wood.

💦 3. Keep a bucket of water or hose nearby.

👧 4. Children should never light fireworks themselves and need to be supervised closely at all times.

🧰 5. Keep all unlit fireworks in a secure bag or container away from any source of fire until they are ready to be used.

📞 6. Be considerate and let neighbours know if you're planning to set off fireworks. Aim to finish at a reasonable time.

🐱 7. Keep pets comfortable and secure inside. The loud booms and flashing lights can easily scare them off.

🐮 8. Avoid lighting off fireworks around farm animals and be aware of any newborns or elderly neighbours who may also be affected. If possible, change locations to somewhere that minimises any disturbances.

🌿 9. Be a tidy Kiwi and let's work together to keep New Zealand beautiful! Clean up any any rubbish and leave your spot better than you found it.

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14 days ago

What's On: SeniorNet Hutt City

Geoff from Eastbourne

Need help with computers laptop smart phone and like some new tricks consider joining SeniorNet. Members will have a stand main entrance Queensgate 10.30 to 1PM Tues 12 Nov
SeniorNet Hutt City
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14 days ago

What's On: Grey Power Christmas Meeting

Kevin from Avalon

Guest speaker will be Alistair Spierling, CEO Parole Board. If you are interested in becoming a member, you are most welcome to attend this meeting and our Christmas morning tea.
Grey Power Christmas Meeting
  • Senior Citizens Rooms
14 days ago

What's On: IN THIS CORNER OFTHE WORLD

David from Brooklyn

Exquisite animated Japanese film by Sunao Katabuchi. Captivating coming-of-age tale of a young girl who marries into a Hiroshima famiy amid the escalating intensity of WWII. See trailer at https://filmsocietywellington.net.nz/
IN THIS CORNER OFTHE WORLD
  • Embassy Grand
14 days ago

Lower Hutt’s New Property Revaluation Completed

Caryn Ellis from Hutt City Council

Every three years, Quotable Value (QV) is required to give us a new valuation for all properties in Lower Hutt, including businesses.
This means that the capital value of some homes has changed (this happens all over New Zealand).

Next week you will receive a letter that will tell you the new … View more
Every three years, Quotable Value (QV) is required to give us a new valuation for all properties in Lower Hutt, including businesses.
This means that the capital value of some homes has changed (this happens all over New Zealand).

Next week you will receive a letter that will tell you the new land and capital value of your home. If you don’t agree, you can object. There’s information on how to do that on the back of the letter.

For more information, check out the links below.

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