During the first months of this year, I haven’t been nearly as present on this blog as I’d like. I’ve … Continue reading We need an overhaul on consultation
Recently, on the days when I come into the CBD, I am acutely aware of how I am dragging my … Continue reading The CBD is emptying and it is a good thing
This article has been written by Tony Short (Taranaki Whanui, construction and architectural consultant, Miramar Peninsula resident, Shelly Bay occupation … Continue reading Asbestos as an excuse
Following years of standstill, of unending consultations, it seems Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) has now taken a different approach … Continue reading The fine art of consultation
It’s that time of the term where we look back at the achievements of our City Council, and the challenges … Continue reading A mid-term City Council assessment and the Eastern mega developments
On Wednesday 30th of June, a community meeting was organised at the ASB Sports Centre called “Shelly Bay will be … Continue reading Will Shelly Bay be saved?
In the recent days, Mount Crawford on the Miramar peninsula has been subject to much speculation, on the field, in the … Continue reading Is the fate of Mount Crawford in your hands?
The Wellington City Council and Let’s Get Wellington Moving have started consultation on Cobham Drive and how to cross it, whether … Continue reading Who supports traffic lights on Cobham Drive?
This morning, the City Council will vote on the Spatial Plan, and it will be very interesting to listen to … Continue reading Shelly Bay, the unpublished article
The final spatial plan is not yet officially back in front of the City Council, but already, Wellington social media … Continue reading The housing crisis debates: here we are again