Thorndon Residents’ Association – Annual General Meeting
Thursday, May 9th 2019 at The Thorndon Hotel, 24 Hawkestone Street
6:30pm for a 7:00pm start – Cash bar available
All Thorndon residents, property or business owners welcome.
Come along to meet other residents and hear about the Association’s work for your community and our submissions to the Council’s Annual Plan. Talk to Lambton ward Councillors, City planning officers, and Nicola Willis, MP.
Eftpos facilities are available for new or renewing members, $15.00 per person.
THORNDON RESIDENT’S ASSOCIATION AGM 2018
Thursday, 10 May 2018 – 6:30pm for a 7pm start.
8.30pm finish with supper.
Meet fellow residents and learn about your community.
Venue is the Thorndon Wellington Hotel by Rydges, 24 Hawkestone St, Thorndon.
The guest speaker is Hon Grant Robertson, MP for Wellington Central.
Grant’s current ministerial portfolios are Finance, Sport and Recreation and Associate Minister Arts, Culture and Heritage. For more information visit www.beehive.govt.nz/minister/biography/grant-robertson
As Wellington City grows, how does the Labour-led government envisage balancing a range of competing needs across the city – economic, environmental, social and historical – without any one area dominating the others?
Come along and hear how Grant sees the evolving future of Wellington and in particular Thorndon, Wellington’s oldest inner-city suburb, during a time of accelerating change in housing, urban amenities, public transport, roading, infrastructure, population growth, employment, and government services.
Thorndon School Rebuild Project – Update March 2018
Thorndon School Community Consultation Meeting
Thorndon School Rebuild
After a number of years the Thorndon School Rebuild Project is finally starting. We believe this project will create an amazing community resource and we are excited to finally be beginning. The project will be taking place over the next 18 months. We are very conscious of the stresses that this rebuild project will place on our students and staff, as well as our neighbours and parent community – and are very keen that any issues that arise are discussed openly and transparently.
As the construction hoardings go up, there will be impact on the school access, as mapped out in the image below.