It is proposed that a new sports hub building is constructed to replace the existing clubrooms. The Council has been working with clubs based at Alex ...
We are upgrading the Aro Valley Community Centre over three years to meet growing community needs - and we need your help.
The Basin Reserve is one of New Zealand’s most picturesque and historic cricket grounds.
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 in August 2016 following a major equipment upgrade. Major improvements have also been made to Cable Car Lane.
Celebrating Wellington as the capital city and acknowledging its national institutions.
We are upgrading Clifton Car Park’s old parking systems to make it easier to pay and get in and out.
We are working to make getting places by bike safer and easier for everyone.
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.
Following two years of community engagement, Wellington City Council adopted the Johnsonville Town Centre Plan in 2008. Since then, implementation of ...
The Council is working with community groups to improve the Karori Town Centre. Here you will find more information about projects under way.
We've teamed up with the Newtown community to open the doors to Kia Ora Newtown.
Revitalising and enhancing the town centre.
The Council is working on numerous laneways projects around the CBD.
Let’s Get Wellington Moving is a joint transport planning project involving Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and the NZ Tr...
Find out more about the work going on in Lyall Bay during 2017/18.
Work to improve Miramar Town centre, including pedestrian safety, traffic flow and parking.
We're upgrading Newtown Community Facilities in the next three years to meet growing community needs.
Major strengthening work is being carried out on Ngaio Gorge Road.
In 2017, we started a conversation with Wellingtonians about the future of our central city. We asked how we should respond to three challenges facing the city.
A series of pedestrian crossing lanterns of famous Wellington figures have been installed around the capital to shine a light on their achievements.
This is a joint project between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, and the NEXT Foundation.
Porirua City Council has prepared a development plan for a large grouping of reserves west of Tawa and Porirua, including Spicer Forest.
St John's Hall in Karori was demolished earlier than planned following the November 2016 earthquake.
Wellington City Council, along with Housing New Zealand, the New Zealand Police and the Strathmore Park Community, is supporting a community-led rejuvenation of Strathmore Park.
The purpose of the Tawa town centre improvement project is to make the centre a more attractive, vibrant, and safe place.
The era of trolley buses has come to an end to make way for a new fleet of buses, including latest-technology electric buses – this means the overhead...
Work recladding the exterior of TSB Bank Arena ended late August 2016.
Help us achieve our target of planting two million trees in Wellington by 2020.
We propose to develop a new community located between Churton Park and Tawa, Upper Stebbings Valley and Glenside West. It's one of the last remaining ...
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.
Wahinahina Park is the popular name for the area that used to be the Horokiwi landfill.
In the capital, we walk the talk when it comes to celebrating diversity.
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