Tupu Toa: Build Back Better

Supporting the economy, create jobs and ensure Wellington is more resilient to future challenges.

  • a commitment to a business case for a resource recovery centre
  • investment in the arts through the City Recovery Fund
  • a $150k increase in funding for Home Energy Audits to improve the energy performance of Wellington houses a commitment to progress a green infrastructure stormwater demonstration project
  • an additional $100k in funding for the Built Heritage Incentive Fund
  • an additional $200k in funding for the protection of biodiversity through an expanded weed management programme
  • investigations of minor roading improvements that are designed to make walking safer, more child friendly, and more accessible.


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