The Basin Reserve is ranked as one of the world’s top ten cricket venues, and known as one of New Zealand’s most picturesque and historic cricket grounds.
We are upgrading the Aro Valley Community Centre in the next three years to meet growing community needs - and we need your help.
We have built a seawall along a section of Breaker Bay Road to protect the road, footpaths and nearby properties.
The Brooklyn Hub is a community-based project to look at the possibilities of having a single, multipurpose community hub in Brooklyn village, Wellington.
The Cable Car resumed service on 18 August following a major equipment upgrade. Work on the first phase of a two-stage upgrade of Cable Car Lane is un...
Celebrating Wellington as the capital city and acknowledging its national institutions.
Carmen is the latest famous Wellington icon lighting up pedestrian crossing lights in her old neighbourhood of Cuba Street.
We are working to make cycling safer and easier for everyone - from people on bikes and in buses, to those in cars.
The Council is currently working on a number of earthquake strengthening projects across the city.
We need to make sure there is enough quality housing for the expected population growth and that the type of houses we're building suits the city's changing demographics.
LED street lights are installed in Courtenay Place, Allen and Blair streets, along with some streets and parks in Tawa, Kelburn and Newtown. The plan ...
Between 18 November 2015 and July 2016, we repaired, upgraded and strengthened the seawall along the Island Bay foreshore.
The Council is currently working on a number of projects in Johnsonville which are associated with the Johnsonville Town Centre Plan.
A plan that will manage the future growth of Johnsonville town centre.
From September 2015 to July 2016, we widened the narrowest section of Karori Road, between Flers and Lancaster streets, and constructed a strong new r...
Wellington has a new character to replace the ‘green man’ in the pedestrian ‘cross now’ lights.
Revitalising and enhancing the town centre.
The Council is working on numerous laneways projects around the CBD.
The land on the drainage reserve running between Cockburn Street and Tirangi Road has been redeveloped as a shared pathway and recreational area.
Let’s Get Wellington Moving is a joint transport planning project involving Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and the NZ Tr...
Showcasing the success of living green walls in Wellington
Find out more about the work going on in Lyall Bay during 2016 and 2017.
Work to improve Miramar Town centre, including pedestrian safety, traffic flow and parking.
We have prepared a Master Plan for Mount Victoria / Matairangi that looks at landscape, future plantings and rate of removal of pines, as well as recr...
A long term development to better meet the needs of local residents.
Major strengthening work is being carried out on Ngaio Gorge Road.
An Open Spaces and Recreation Framework for Wellington: 2013-23.
Our Living City is a Council project to improve Wellington’s quality of life by strengthening urban-nature connections and building economic opportunities from a healthy environment.
Following the removal of trees that pose a safety risk, parts of Te Ahumairangi/Tinakori Hill will be replanted over the next three to five years. It’...
We're working with Greater Wellington Regional Council and NEXT Foundation to make Wellington, New Zealand's first predator-free city.
From October 2016 to the end of March 2017, we will upgrade and strengthen a seawall on the south coast between Island Bay and Owhiro Bay (opposite th...
A development plan has been prepared for a large grouping of reserves west of Tawa and Porirua, including Spicer Forest.
Martin Luckie Park, Mt Albert Park and Terawhiti Artificial sports fields are being upgraded during the summer.
Looking at how the Town Belt is currently managed and changes required to meet current and future needs.
Work will start on recladding the exterior of TSB Bank Arena in mid-February, and is expected to end late August 2016.
Help us achieve our target of planting two million trees in Wellington by 2020.
We've transformed the southern end of Victoria Street to make this part of the city more attactive and pave the way for an estimated $1.5 billion of private investment in this area.
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