68% Feedback received that supports our overall plan

2,182 Number of times people have told us what they think

#1A longer airport runway is the idea that we have received most feedback about

28 Number of ideas in our draft 10-year plan

Who would benefit most?

26% Local residents
21% Future generations
20% Visitors to Wellington
20% Local businesses
13% NZ as a whole
  • Local residents
  • Local businesses
  • Visitors to Wellington
  • NZ as a whole
  • Future generations
  • Other
  • Adam, Miramar

    Regenerating the city centre, and managing / supporting growth sensibly, is key to allowing Wellington to grow whilst preserving the features that make Wellington great.

  • Janet, Melrose

    This should be about us, the ratepayers. We want more song and dance to help us get over the weather we get. We would rather lean into the music than the wind. Build it now!

  • Mary, Miramar

    unproven need for exorbitantly expensive difficult engineering environmentally destructive pipe-dream

  • Graham , Miramar

    Wellington has a unique innner-city precinct that needs to be maintained and developed because it represents a distinguishing feature of the Wellington cityscape giving it the point of difference to many other cities in Australasia.

  • Graham , Miramar

    The ocean and the harbour is central to Wellington's identity, and this needs to be presented well to visitors.

  • Janet, Melrose

    What a waste of money. What happened to the park at Karori, Westpac stadium? Where's the business case, how often would it be used?

  • Jenesh, Miramar

    It has the potential to further increase growth our growing city. We have won many international award and accolades of late. We need to ensure this keeps happening and we can accommodate local residents and our international visitors. We can't rely on Auckland and Christchurch to act as a gateway for visitors to Wellington forever.

  • Graham , Miramar

    These industries are essential to the branding of Wellington as the creative and brain- centred capital of New Zealand.

  • Graham , Miramar

    Wellington has a small number of remaining heritage buildings. These need to be preserved for future generations to enjoy.

  • Graham , Miramar

    It is a good idea providing that the council does not need to fund most of it, and that private interests contribute