Let’s Get Wellington Moving, the District Plan, and the Bike Network Plan (together known as Our City Tomorrow) can guarantee affordable, quality, and accessible homes for all, and healthy, quiet, equitable streets in a thriving city connected by low-carbon bike lanes, light rail, and buses.
Transformative action depends on Wellington City Council hearing our voice. Too often, Councils only hear voices defending the status quo. Voices who are against public transport, against biking, and against new housing. It is crucial that our progressive vision is heard loud and clear by the decision makers.
The consultation period has closed but you can still email councillors to send out a message that you want an inclusive, accessible and livable city for people! You can use our submission guides to guide your email. To find your ward councillors email, or how to email all of the councillors, go here
Council submission processes are often confusing and difficult to engage with. That's why we're working hard to give you some accessible and clear submission guides to help you have your say. To add a rainbow lens to your submission you can use the text from this document here.
Let’s Get Wellington Moving
You can submit on Mass Rapid Transit and State Highway 1 changes here.
You can find our submission guide here.
Draft District Plan
You can submit on the Draft District Plan here.
You can use our submission to the district plan here to guide your own submission.
Bike Network Plan
You can submit on the Bike Network Plan here.
The amazing people at Cycle Wellington have provided a comprehensive submission guide to the Paneke Pōneke/Wellington Bike Network Plan here.