Consultations and engagements

We are seeking your feedback on the Our City Tomorrow (the Draft Spatial Plan) over the next few weeks and will be accepting submissions until Monday 5 October 2020 at 5pm.

Click 'Tell us your view' below to make a submission online. There are three pages in our online form which include:

  • Page 1 - asks for your personal information
  • Page 2 - seeks general feedback on the Draft Spatial Plan
  • Page 3 - contains additional questions that are optional and are included if you wish to provide more detailed feedback in your submission.

At the least pages 1 and 2 are required to complete your submission, page 3 is optional.

There will also be an option to upload and attach a document to your submission at the end of the form.

Our preference is for submissions to be made online, alternatively if you wish you may use the downloadable PDF submission form below.

Our City Tomorrow (the Draft Spatial Plan) Submissions Form PDF - 110.06 KB

If you encounter issues with this form please let us know by emailing planningforgrowth@wcc.govt.nz


Engagement events

Our City Tomorrow pop-up kiosk

Community engagement is starting again. We will be following the COVID Alert Level 2 guidelines to make sure people are safe.

See the schedule as it stands today.  We’ll keep things up to date as things change.

Watch the 'Planning for Growth Live' event

We hosted a "Planning for Growth Live' online event -  ‘What’s the shape of our city tomorrow?’ on the 13th of August

First Retail’s Chris Wilkinson, Talk Wellington’s Isabella Cawthorn, Vic University Senior Lecturer Rebecca Kiddle, Architect Gerald Parsonson, and Gen Zero’s Arron Cox dig into the detail of Our City Tomorrow (the Draft Spatial Plan) at this live stage event.

We have published the answers to all the audience questions, see the 'Q&As from the event' link below.  Thanks so much to everyone who sent in questions and answered the polls.


Closed engagements

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Growth Scenarios Engagement

In April and May 2019, we engaged on four growth scenarios that provided some options on how and where we could grow across the city. This was the start of our engagement on the Planning for Growth project. Find out what we heard and view full details of each of the scenarios.

Read more about Growth Scenarios

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