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We are replacing the concrete culverts that help carry the Karori Stream under Allington Road, Karori.
Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities will lease Arlington sites 1 and 3 for the redevelopment of social housing and other housing options.
We are upgrading the Aro Valley Community Centre over three years to meet growing community needs.
We’re renovating the Band Rotunda in Oriental Bay.
The Basin Reserve is one of New Zealand’s most picturesque and historic cricket grounds.
Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge is a competition designed to spark innovative, replicable ideas for improving cities, and the lives of people living in them, by encouraging leaders to think outside the box about how to confront their most difficult challenges.
A survey was conducted in 2020 to understand what the main issues are with the current intersection road layout and how it could be made safer. The re...
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 hangout.
We are planning an upgrade of the coastal wharves in the CBD and Eastern suburbs.
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.
We are working on a number of earthquake strengthening projects across the city.
We’re redeveloping the playground at Frank Kitts Park to make it an even cooler place to play.
In 2019 we created a pocket square at the intersection of Grey Street and Lambton Quay.
Redevelopment options for this Council-owned social housing site in Harrison Street, Brooklyn.
We're installing a mountable roundabout at a busy four-way intersection in Hataitai Village to address pedestrian safety concerns raised by the community.
We’re redeveloping the courts at Hataitai Park and renewing the supporting infrastructure. We’re also constructing a sand court for beach handball and...
We are constructing an anchored timber pole retaining wall to remediate a road bank.
We’ve secured $1 million from the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency to design four Innovating Streets trial projects with our community.
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 intend to make Karori Tunnel safer and more accessible for pedestrians and to stop it from leaking.
We’re upgrading the public toilets on the ground floor of the Lambton Interchange to improve safety, hygiene and accessibility.
We're working on numerous laneways projects around the city centre.
This is a joint initiative between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and the NZ Transport Agency.
We are restoring and repairing the Lyall Bay Sea Wall from May 2020 to March 2021.
We're building a 17-metre sea wall at Kau Bay on Massey Road to support the road and stop coastal erosion.
Work to improve Miramar Town centre, including pedestrian safety, traffic flow and parking.
In the 2021 Long-term Plan, we agreed to invest in alternate sewage sludge disposal technologies to break the link between the landfill and sewage. We need to do this to achieve our waste and carbon reduction targets. A solution is expected to be in place by 2026.
We are constructing a new retaining wall on Mount Pleasant Road, Aro Valley.
We are investigating redevelopment options for this Council-owned social housing site on Nairn Street.
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...
We are upgrading the facilities at Pukehuia Park to make it an even better place to play and explore.
We're upgrading Newtown community facilities in the next three years to meet growing community needs.
We are wanting to make it safer for all road users (including pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles) to use the intersection at Riddiford Street-Russell ...
Major strengthening is happening in Ngaio Gorge to make this key transport route stronger and more resilient.
In July 2020 we completed waterproofing the Northland Tunnel.
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 are rebuilding the sea wall to support the roading infrastructure above it and to make it safer for the public.
We have carried out footpath upgrades on Rangiora Avenue in Kaiwharawhara.
Information relating to a proposed Shelly Bay development.
We are renewing the play equipment at Shorland Park.
Scheduled strengthening and refurbishment work at St James Theatre is is now complete.
We are constructing riprap retaining walls to restore the edges of the road adjacent to the stream on Takarau Gorge Road, between Mākara and Ohariu.
We are building a conference and exhibition centre so Wellington can host larger conferences and conventions.
The purpose of this improvement project is to make the centre a more attractive, vibrant, and safe place.
Affordable housing for Pōneke’s essential workers.
We're working on a programme that looks at the future of Te Ngākau as a whole.
We are improving pedestrian safety on The Esplanade in Island Bay by creating a ‘slow zone’ and making safety improvements at the Shorland Park foreshore crossing point.
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’re upgrading Wall Park in Linden to make it a better place to play.
We installed a rainbow crossing to show our support for the city’s LGBTQI community.
We are installing new kerbside white triangle road markings, which indicate parking for a small vehicle or motorbike.