Note that the information in the spreadsheet does not include work for other organisations working in the road corridor such as Wellington Water and Wellington Electricity, nor details of building works that require access to the road or footpath.
If you would like more information or have any questions about the roadworks, contact WCC on (04) 499 4444.
JCA is concerned at how the proposals in the WCC’s draft Spatial Plan stand to affect Johnsonville, particularly the disproportionate share of the increased Wellington population without supporting infrastructure. Today is the final day for submissions.
Come to Johnsonville Community Centre Main Hall to hear Ōhāriu’s incumbent and hopeful electoral candidates tell the community how they would represent our suburbs’ needs.
Candidates will address the room on their respective party platforms, then respond to public questions that will be drawn by ballot.
Confirmed attending are: Greg O’Connor (Labour), Brett Hudson (National), Tracey Martin (NZ First), Jessica Hammond (TOP), John Ranta (Green), Allan Cawood (One), Liam Walsh (NAP), and Philip Lynch (New Conservatives).
Doors open at 7 for a 7:30 start. The event will also be live streamed on YouTube at https://youtu.be/ke2bEERixcI. We apologise for any technical difficulties disrupting the stream.
Johnsonville Community Association has finally gotten Greater Wellington Regional Council to agree with JCA about the so-called “bus stops” on Johnsonville Road — especially the one outside our Post Office.
These have been designated and marked “bus stops” but, as everyone knows, they are not actually bus stops because no buses stop there for a scheduled service or a public purpose.