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Representation Review – drop-in session.

July 20 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM NZST

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Have questions in relation to the representation review? Come along to one of the community drop-in sessions and have a chat with HCC!


  • Naenae Neighbourhood Hub – Saturday 6 July 11am-12p
  • War Memorial Library – Wednesday 17 July 7pm-8pm
  • Eastbourne Neighbourhood Hub – Saturday 20 July 1pm–2pm
  • Petone Neighbourhood Hub – Saturday 20 July 3pm-4pm
  • Wainuiomata Neighbourhood Hub – Sunday 28 July 2pm-3pm

Proposed changes to how our communities are represented on Council have just been released for public consultation and we’re keen to hear from you by 1 August.
An independent panel undertook community engagement in late 2023 and early 2024 to consider representation in Lower Hutt and have now recommended:

That there be no community boards in Lower Hutt and the three existing community boards in Petone, Eastbourne and Wainuiomata be disestablished.

That Hutt City Council be made up of a mayor and 13 councillors:
• 5 councillors elected at-large from across the city (one fewer than currently).
• 1 councillor elected from Mana Kairangi ki Tai Māori Ward, covering the whole city (new position as voted by Council in 2023).
• 7 councillors elected from 5 general wards (one more councillor and one fewer wards than currently).

The panel’s report, FAQs and how to have your say are at or visit any Council hub.


Eastbourne Community Hub/Library
38 Rimu Street, Eastbourne
Lower Hutt, 5013 New Zealand
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