Working with our neighbours and the wider community is an important part of this job.
We keep people updated through our quarterly newsletters and regular letter drops and information flyers to residents about localised works happening in their area. We’ll be out and about attending local community events, and you can visit our mobile visitor centre to find out more about the project.
The mobile visitor centre is currently in Tawa, next to New World, and is open to the public from 7.30am-4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
The project works with over 500 key stakeholders, including iwi, local authorities, and transport interest groups, schools, sporting clubs, local landowners, community groups, environmental groups, ecologists and neighbours.
Our community engagement team is based in the Lanes Flat site office at Pauatahanui and they are always happy to meet with people interested in the project. If you’d like to know more, please contact:
Stakeholder and Community Relations Manager – Transmission Gully Project
Phone: 04 910 2791