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We are upgrading the floodlights at Alex Moore Park.
We are replacing the concrete culverts that help carry the Karori Stream under Allington Road, Karori.
We are upgrading Berhampore Village as part of the Council’s Long-Term Plan ‘Small Centres Beautification’ goal.
We constructed a seawall on Breaker Bay Road.
With this prize we'll develop an interactive digital tool to engage and educate residents about localised climate impacts and adaptation.
We are upgrading the beloved Botanic Garden play area to make it a better place to play.
We are proposing to improvements to the Box Hill intersection to make the area safer and optimise traffic flow.
The Youth Hub will be a safe space in the central city where young people can come together to connect with their community, study, take part in activities and just hang out.
Over the next four years, we’re installing 60 new fast chargers around Wellington.
We are planning an upgrade of the coastal wharves in the CBD and Eastern suburbs.
We've set up a Community Housing Provider (CHP) to manage the city’s social housing.
We are working to make getting places by bike safer and easier for everyone.
We’re making urban design improvements to Dixon Street and Te Aro Park to increase safety and vibrancy of the area through the Pōneke Promise.
Work to upgrade Dorrie Leslie Park is underway.
We are working on earthquake strengthening projects across the city.
We’re redeveloping the playground at Frank Kitts Park to make it an even cooler place to play.
We will be remediating the existing walls on Grafton Road, outside #118-130.
We are constructing a retaining wall on Hornsey Road, Melrose.
We are upgrading the public space and amenity of the Island Bay shopping centre along The Parade.
The Council has granted a resource consent to redevelop Johnsonville Shopping Centre.
We are wanting to make it safer for all road users (including pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles) to use the intersection at Johnsonville and Moorefie...
The Council is working with community groups to improve the Karori Town Centre.
We will be remediating the access way in Kelburn Parade, behind 87A Fairlie Terrace.
We’re working on a plan to redevelop Khandallah Pool and park entrance.
This is a joint initiative between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and the NZ Transport Agency.
We are completing seawall underpinning and stormwater upgrade works opposite 106 – 132 Lyall Parade, Lyall Bay.
We are building a new grade 3 intermediate downhill mountain bike track on Mount Victoria for bikers to enjoy.
Work to improve Miramar Town centre, including pedestrian safety, traffic flow and parking.
We’re building a world-class facility, the first of its type in Aotearoa, to reduce the amount of sewage sludge created though our wastewater treatment process and turn it into a safe, reusable product.
We are constructing a retaining wall outside 94-100 Mortimer Terrace.
We are pleased to announce the project scope and timeline of the upcoming artificial turf upgrades at Nairnville Park.
We are proposing a change to the road layout at the Newlands and Wakely Roads intersection to provide for the anticipated increased traffic volumes an...
This reservoir will provide critical bulk water storage for our central business district area and low-lying suburbs.
We’re repairing the historic Oriental Bay sea wall to extend its life and help protect the Oriental Parade promenade for future generations.
We’re updating the city’s parking meter system with new Pay by Plate meters.
We're upgrading the Pukehuia Park pavilion in Newlands to provide a better facility for people to use.
We are wanting to make it safer for all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles, to use the intersection at Riddiford Street-Russell ...
Information relating to a proposed Shelly Bay development.
We are repairing slip damage around the city that was caused by wet weather.
We are remediating the slip outside 27-29 Sutherland Crescent.
We need to extend the Southern Landfill and have found the best option is to create a new landfill on top of an old one.
Affordable housing for Pōneke’s essential workers.
Find out what’s going on with the Te Matapihi Central Library project and learn more about how we’re strengthening and modernising for the future.
We're working on a programme that looks at the future of Te Ngākau as a whole.
We propose to develop a new community located between Churton Park and Tawa, Upper Stebbings Valley and Glenside West.
Waihinahina Park is the popular name for the area that used to be the Horokiwi landfill.
We are developing a data sharing platform for the subsurface infrastructure owned by Council and other utility operators.