46 days ago

Poll: Do you support the new rules to build more homes?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Tens of thousands of new homes could be possible in Wellington after a major bipartisan housing announcement from Labour and National.
A new bill supported by both major parties strips red tape from the building process in an effort to accelerate medium-density housing.
The rule change will allow people to build up to three homes of three storeys on most sites in Wellington without any need for resource consent from August 2022.
Tell us what you think and if you do not want your comments used put NFP.

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Do you support the new rules to build more homes?
  • 33.8% Yes
    33.8% Complete
  • 45.1% No
    45.1% Complete
  • 21.1% Not sure, need more information
    21.1% Complete
1193 votes
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4 days ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

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2 days ago

Wellington City Covid rules

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Wellington City Council will require vaccine certificates at public facilities including swimming pools, recreation centres, gyms, libraries, cemetery offices and chapels, and the Service Centre.
There are 75 public-facing council sites in total where vaccine certificates will be required.
Parks, playgrounds, cemetery exteriors, and public toilets will operate as normal with QR code scanning and mask requirements in place.

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