Public workshop on managing stormwater to reduce pollution

​Kia ora koutou

Have your say on our Draft Stormwater Management Strategy by the end of February 2023.

Please consider Wellington Water’s draft strategy for reducing the discharge of pollution from the urban stormwater networks in Porirua, Wellington, Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt.   The draft Stormwater Management Strategy focuses on removing contamination at source, and planning improvements at a sub-catchment (suburb or neighbourhood) level.  You can read more on our website

We would like to invite you to attend a workshop in February to discuss this strategy.

You can choose to attend one of three workshops:

  • 14 Feb 11:30-1:00pm (Zoom)
  • 15 Feb 12:00-1:30pm (Zoom)
  • In-person – 16 February 5:30pm-7.30pm at Rutherford House, Mezzanine Level RHMZ2, Victoria University of Wellington, Pipitea campus, 33 Bunny Street.

Please RSVP to   by Friday 10 February, telling us which workshop you want to attend, and we will send an electronic notification with all the necessary details.

You can have your say without coming to a workshop by:

Ngā mihi nui
Emily Greenberg
Wellington Water
Stormwater Management Strategy – Project Manager
021 309 865

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Thursday 26 May 2022 at 7pm start – 8.45pm finish
Thorndon School Hall, 20 Turnbull St

All Thorndon residents, property or business owners welcome.

The Guest speaker will be Regional Councillor Chris Kirk-Burnnand.
Chris Kirk-Burnnand has written a paper ‘Some of my concerns about the LGWM project’ dated 12 April 2022 which he has invited us to distribute widely. His desire is bring a change to the LGWM (Lets Get Wellington Moving) project focus that ensures our residents will get the best value from this project with least risk.

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Annual General Meeting 2021

Thursday 20 May 2021 at 7pm
Thorndon School Hall, Turnbull St

All Thorndon residents, property or business owners welcome.

The Guest speaker will be Liam Hodgetts, Chief Planning Officer, Wellington City Council.
The Association looks forward to welcoming you to its AGM. Come to hear from Liam about the Council’s planning proposals and processes and the implication these may have for Thorndon.