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New Zealand’s largest golf tournament to be hosted in Upper Hutt


The Royal Wellington Golf Club scores big as venue for the 2017 Asia-Pacific Amateur Golf Championship. UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 01 OCT 2015—Upper Hutt Mayor Wayne Guppy says awarding one of the world’s leading amateur golf tournaments to the Royal Wellington Golf Club is exciting news for the club, the city, and the region. The… Read more »

UHCC & LGC: Commission and mayoral forum in constructive meetings

UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 29 SEP 2015—Wellington region mayors, chair and the Local Government Commission are making good progress towards the next steps for Wellington local government, says chair of the Commission Sir Wira Gardiner. “In June, the Commission took off the table a proposal to amalgamate all the councils of the region. While most… Read more »

Pinehaven Stream Floodplain Management Plan public consultation

The proposed Pinehaven Stream Floodplain Management Plan is open for public consultation. Copies of the plan are available for viewing at the Upper Hutt City Council offices and at the Pinehaven Library. The plan is also available to download via the following link: Pinehaven Stream Floodplain Management Plan [PDF 6.33 MB] The Pinehaven Stream is… Read more »

Akatarawa Road closed

There has been a slip at 1792 Akatarawa Road. The road will remain closed to through traffic until further notice. This means that Staglands Wildlife Reserve is currently not accessable from Upper Hutt. As far as we are aware they remain open and can be accessed via Waikanae. We are hoping to have the road… Read more »

8 Royal Street—for sale by tender


For sale by tender—8 Royal St, Upper Hutt 8 Royal Street in Upper Hutt is offered for sale by tender by Upper Hutt City Council. Land: 520m² flat vacant land. Lot 65 DP 2250 CFR WN 44A/614. Zone: business commercial. Tender documents Download Sale and purchase agreement (PDF 3 MB) Tender document (PDF 108 KB)… Read more »

Pinehaven Stream Floodplain Management Plan Open Day 2015

Flood management, Urban Growth Strategy review, and protected trees ‘drop-in’ session You’re invited to join us to share information about: Flood hazards in the community. Council’s response to your feedback from the last flood management open day in 2014. Our approach to reducing flood risk through structural works and a future plan change. Comprehensive information… Read more »

Akatarawa Road is open

Please note that Akatarawa Road is currently open. Kapiti Coast District Council reports that the road is open: www.kapiticoast.govt.nz/Contact-Us/Status-Reports/Road-Closure-Status/ Upper Hutt City Council has no reports of the road being closed. The road was reported as being reopened on Thursday night (10 September) at 5.00 pm. It has since remained open. Read more »

Upper Hutt City Council supports Bee Aware Month

The month of September is the National Beekeepers’ Association of New Zealand’s Bee Aware Month and Upper Hutt City Council is supporting this initiative by promoting bee-friendly planting. UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 11 SEP 2015—Upper Hutt City Council is supporting ‘Bee Aware Month’ during September. The initiative has been set up by the National Beekeepers’… Read more »

Akatarawa Cemetery Roadworks/closure

Important Notice: Akatarawa Cemetery Roadworks/closure from 9 – 16 September 2015 Akatarawa Cemetery main access road will be closed from the morning of Wednesday the 9th until end of day Wednesday the 16th of September for storm water drainage installation. Alternative access will be via the southern one way exit road of the cemetery managed by… Read more »