Have your say on Our City Tomorrow

As our city continues to grow and thrive, so does our population. We have a vision to reshape our city to better suit our future.

Wellington City Council and Let’s Get Wellington Moving have launched three exciting plans that will transform how we live, invigorate our city, and create attractive transport choices that help to reduce our carbon emissions.

Our City Tomorrow launch

Watch the video of the online launch event:


Find out more about each of the consulations below:

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Let’s Get Wellington Moving – Mass Rapid Transit

Mass rapid transit is public transport that moves more people, more conveniently and comfortably.

Together we’ve got some big calls to make for the city we love, so share your views to help us decide which option we move forward with in more detail.

Have your say on Mass Rapid Transit

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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. Take a look at the network maps ­and our plan to make routes near you safer and easier.

Have your say on the Bike Network Plan

Mahere ā-Wāhanga Tāone

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.

We’d like to hear from you on whether you think we’ve got it right.

Have your say on the Draft District Plan


Consultation dates

  • Let’s Get Wellington Moving: closes Friday 10 December
  • Bike Network Plan: closes Tuesday 14 December
  • Draft District Plan: closes Tuesday 14 December

Community drop-in sessions

Join us at one of our community drop-in sessions or online to learn more, ask questions and have your say.

Sessions details

These events are subject to change due to COVID-19 guidelines and alert levels.

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