Long Term Plan 2021-31: help us create a greater Wellington Region

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Photo of a chalk drawing of the Wellington Region with "What Matters" in the centre, with a family around it drawing what matters to them around it.

Greater Wellington is responsible for a wide range of activities that contribute to the overall wellbeing of the Wellington Region.

In particular, Greater Wellington’s role is to protect the environment while enabling sustainable economic activity.

We provide leadership, infrastructure and services to help connect and grow our region, through activities such as flood protection, public transport services, regional parks, safe and clean harbours, pest control, and sustainable management of our natural resources. Along with our mana whenua partners, we protect our region’s waterways and land.

In June 2018, we adopted the Long Term Plan 2018–28 for the Wellington Region, which charts a course for the next decade to keep our extraordinary region thriving, connected, and resilient. We're now reviewing our Long Term Plan to update it for 2021-31. The work we do to progress these priorities will affect you and your community, so it’s important we understand what you think.

To help us to create the greater Wellington regional story we are keen to hear your views on what you see as priorities for our region across the next ten years.

This first round of early engagement in the development of our Long Term Plan is open now and will close at 2pm on 14 August 2020.

How to have your say

Answer the short form questions below - we'll use your response to feed into our Long Term Planning process.

Greater Wellington is responsible for a wide range of activities that contribute to the overall wellbeing of the Wellington Region.

In particular, Greater Wellington’s role is to protect the environment while enabling sustainable economic activity.

We provide leadership, infrastructure and services to help connect and grow our region, through activities such as flood protection, public transport services, regional parks, safe and clean harbours, pest control, and sustainable management of our natural resources. Along with our mana whenua partners, we protect our region’s waterways and land.

In June 2018, we adopted the Long Term Plan 2018–28 for the Wellington Region, which charts a course for the next decade to keep our extraordinary region thriving, connected, and resilient. We're now reviewing our Long Term Plan to update it for 2021-31. The work we do to progress these priorities will affect you and your community, so it’s important we understand what you think.

To help us to create the greater Wellington regional story we are keen to hear your views on what you see as priorities for our region across the next ten years.

This first round of early engagement in the development of our Long Term Plan is open now and will close at 2pm on 14 August 2020.

How to have your say

Answer the short form questions below - we'll use your response to feed into our Long Term Planning process.

  • We welcome your views on what you see as priorities for our region across the next ten years.

    Consultation dates: Monday 28 June 2020 until 2pm, Friday 14 August 2020.

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