As part of the planning for growth project we will be engaging with the public at various stages so there will be many opportunities to have your say.
We kicked off the project with our first engagement during April and May of this year, in which we sought feedback on four growth scenarios. Next we will be asking for feedback on a Draft Spatial Plan which will provide a picture of where our city is heading and how it will look in the future.
Full details of all current, past and future engagements and consultations can be found in this section.
Open consultations and engagements
There are no current open consultations and engagements.
Upcoming Engagement - The Speaker Series : Prefab Hall, 14 Jessie Street, Te Aro
Hosted by RNZ’s Bryan Crump, each session includes experts speaking on the scale of change affecting us and other cities both here and overseas, and our opportunity to shape Wellington into a place that is truly exceptional.
5.30pm Thursday 20 February – ‘A city made for Wellington Life’ looks at what it takes to be a liveable city in the face of population growth, where and how we live our lives are at the heart of urban design.
5.30pm Thursday 27 February – ‘Being ready for anything’ explores the issues that stress, or shock a city, and how people should both prepare and recover.
5.30pm Thursday 5 March – ‘The new urban community’ discusses emerging ways of living in communities, and Te Aranga Māori design principles in urban planning.
Register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest speaker's profiles and topics will be available here late January 2020.
Upcoming Engagement - The Planning for Growth mobile pop-up – coming to your community soon
During March and April 2020 we’ll be visiting lots of suburbs in Wellington with information about what’s proposed for your community and hear you thoughts and feedback. We’re working on a schedule now and will have more information late January.