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WCC Spatial Plan: Add Your Voice! (Or Ours…)

WCC Councillors vote tomorrow, 24 June 2021, on proposals for a Spatial Plan that will dramatically change the future shape of Johnsonville. A copy of the JCA presentation outlining our concerns and recommendations will soon be available here. You are … Continue reading

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The Johnsonville train line is not “rapid transit”

From Tortoise to Hare in the Stroke of a Pen The JCA supports the position expressed by fellow residents’ associations in this article. JCA has also argued to both Greater Wellington and Wellington City councils that the Johnsonville train line … Continue reading

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Public Q&A on WCC Long Term Plan

JCA is hosting a free public forum on the Wellington City Council’s Long Term Plan 2021-2031. Come hear how the Northern suburbs stand to benefit from the proposals to allocate Council spending, leading to annual increases to your rates. Key … Continue reading

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Monthly JCA Meeting: April 2021

Here is the agenda for this month’s JCA meeting, and the minutes from last month. 31 March 2021 minutes 28 April 2021 agenda Date: Wednesday 28 April 2021 Time: 7:30-9:00pm Location: Johnsonville Community Centre, Room 2 This month, we’ll be … Continue reading

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Meet the Ōhāriu Electoral Candidates, 23 September

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 … Continue reading

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JCA on Council’s Planning For Growth project

Stand by for 50,000 to 80,000 more Wellingtonians in the next 30 years — with at least 22,000 of this new population moving in to North Wellington — including Johnsonville. North Wellington’s projected population is the greatest of any area … Continue reading

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What to do with your Newlands bus card

Wondering what to do with your Newlands bus card when it becomes almost useless on 15 July? JCA has some answers. Continue reading

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