29 days ago

Have your say on Our City Tomorrow!

Lessi Riccio from Wellington City Council

We are now LIVE with three exciting plans, alongside Let's Get Wellington Moving, that will transform how we live, invigorate our city, and create attractive transport choices that help to reduce our carbon emissions.

Consultations are now open, so have your say on Our City Tomorrow!

⭐ Let’s Get Wellington Moving – Mass Rapid Transit: Public transport that moves more people, more conveniently and comfortably.

⭐ Paneke Pōneke – Bike Network Plan: Our goal is to be a city where it’s easy for people of all ages and abilities to choose low or zero carbon transport options. Creating a connected bike network in tandem with big public transport improvements will make that possible.

⭐ Draft District Plan: The District Plan is the city’s planning rule book. It addresses key issues through new planning settings such as controls for quality housing, enabling development and protecting the city’s natural environment.

Find out more and have your say at: www.wcc.govt.nz...

#OurWellington #TōTātouPōneke #OurCityTomorrow

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More messages from your neighbours
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4 hours ago

What's On: WAIKANAE BEACH XMAS MARKET

Gary from Waikanae

Great Community Market with stallholders showcasing quality products including lots of awesome varied Christmas Gift Ideas. Support Local and invite a friend or 2. Covid protocols will be in place.
WAIKANAE BEACH XMAS MARKET
  • Waikanae Beach Community Hall
6 hours ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Who can remember who this is and why he became famous?

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2 days ago

Put away the lawnmower

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Have you thought of abandoning your lawn. Th Wellington City Council is encouraging people to think about the benefits of meadows.
The council team at Botanic Garden ki Paekākā are putting down their mowers and growing a meadow on Glenmore Lawn (pictured).
Not mowing means less maintenance but also has benefits for the environment. Not mowing saves on petrol and also promotes bio diversity. Bees, insects and caterpillars all love long grass.
What do you think about growing meadows and not cutting lawns?

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