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 considering entering into an agreement with Housing New Zealand Corporation for the redevelopment of social housing at Arlington Apartments sites 1 and 3.
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 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.
The Council is upgrading the open space known as a pocket square at the intersection of Grey Street and Lambton Quay.
We are working on strengthening the bridge on Happy Valley Road, Owhiro Bay
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.
The Council intends to do to work on Karori Tunnel to make it safer and more accessible for pedestrians and to stop it from leaking.
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 city centre.
Let’s Get Wellington Moving is a joint initiative between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and the NZ Transport Agency.
Find out more about the work going on in Lyall Bay during 2017/18.
We are upgrading the Makara Peak main entrance and car park to ensure it is a safe and welcoming hub for visitors. The upgrade will also enable growth...
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 is happening in Ngaio Gorge to make this key transport route stronger and more resilient.
The Omāroro/Prince of Wales Park reservoir will provide critical additional bulk water storage for Wellington’s central business district area and low-lying suburbs to improve operational and disaster resilience.
Our city is growing. The District Plan will soon be up for review. The decisions we make now, will shape the way we live, for decades.
Find out about Wellington City Council playground projects.
Information relating to a proposed Shelly Bay development.
With only four years left until the current stage of the Landfill is full, it’s time to talk about what we do with our waste next.
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.
Help us achieve our target of planting two million trees in Wellington by 2025.
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 ...
Wahinahina Park is the popular name for the area that used to be the Horokiwi landfill.
We are building a conference and exhibition centre so Wellington can host larger conferences and conventions.
In the capital, we walk the talk when it comes to celebrating diversity.
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