Who decided on the changes to Lower Hutt and why?

Back in 2009 our engagement with the community clearly told us that one of Lower Hutt's greatest assets is the Hutt River ǀ Te Awa Kairangi, and that the city centre should be better connected with it.  

Last updated: 15 Sep 2021
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Community involvement

Hutt City Council (HCC) sought input and advice from residents, including the Making Places Reference Group - a diverse range of people who represent the community. The group has representatives that include tangata whenua, younger people, families, older people, disabled people, organisations such as Rotary, retail, business, environmental groups, arts/music/culture, Police, Public Health, and residents. 

Last updated: 15 Sep 2021
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Your feedback

Feedback included the need to upgrade flood protection for the city. Further engagement (completed in 2017) for the Central City Transformational Plan also helped to inform the RiverLink project around city edge components, the desire for better access and engagement with Te Awa Kairangi ǀ Hutt River and the city, as well as multi-modal connections. 

Last updated: 15 Sep 2021
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