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Proposed new floodplain management plan ticks all boxes

Posted on 3 July 2018

Free flowing rivers contained within vegetated buffers offering both a more natural environment and greater security from flooding are the twin objectives of the draft Te Kāuru Upper Ruamāhanga Floodplain Management Plan.

Proposed new floodplain management plan ticks all boxes
Posted on 3 July 2018
Free flowing rivers contained within vegetated buffers offering both a more natural environment and greater security from flooding are the twin objectives of the draft Te Kāuru Upper Ruamāhanga Floodplain Management Plan.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/proposed-new-floodplain-management-plan-ticks-all-boxes/

Greater Wellington invests to thrive

Posted on 27 June 2018

Public transport, water supply, flood protection and the environment are the big winners following Greater Wellington Regional Council’s unanimous adoption of its Long Term Plan.

Greater Wellington invests to thrive
Posted on 27 June 2018
Public transport, water supply, flood protection and the environment are the big winners following Greater Wellington Regional Council’s unanimous adoption of its Long Term Plan.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-invests-to-thrive/

Park and Ride terms and conditions introduced by Greater Wellington Regional Council

Posted on 8 June 2018

The Greater Wellington Regional Council is introducing terms and conditions to Park and Ride carparks in an effort to bring these facilities under control.

Park and Ride terms and conditions introduced by Greater Wellington Regional Council
Posted on 8 June 2018
The Greater Wellington Regional Council is introducing terms and conditions to Park and Ride carparks in an effort to bring these facilities under control.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/park-and-ride-terms-and-conditions-introduced-by-greater-wellington-regional-council/

Miramar Peninsula out of favour with native birds…for now

Posted on 7 June 2018

While the halo effect of Zealandia may be responsible for the rising number and variety of native birds in many Wellington suburbs, they’ve been slow to wing their way to the Miramar Peninsula.

Miramar Peninsula out of favour with native birds…for now
Posted on 7 June 2018
While the halo effect of Zealandia may be responsible for the rising number and variety of native birds in many Wellington suburbs, they’ve been slow to wing their way to the Miramar Peninsula.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/miramar-peninsula-out-of-favour-with-native-birds-for-now/