Frequently asked topics
The labour shortage poses a major risk to the economy, particularly in its ability to adapt and respond to broader forces. Wages are rising at 8.8 per cent a year, ahead of record inflation at 7.9 per cent.
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The Chamber writes to offer constructive feedback on the Reshaping Streets Proposal (the Proposal) and comments specifically in relation to Wellington.
The Chamber writes to offer constructive feedback on the proposed changes to the Golden Mile.
I want to start by acknowledging the work the Council put in earlier this year on the pandemic response and protest response packages.
The Chamber would like to thank the Wellington City Council (WCC) for the opportunity to submit on this plan.
The Revenue and Financing Policy sets out how Greater Wellington (GW) will fund activities and the funding tools use, such as general rates, targeted rates, fixed rates, fees, and charges. This consultation looks to make changes to the way GW intends to fund some expenditure.
The Chamber has concerns with the proposal and, in particular, the levy funding mechanism of the Sludge Minimisation Project.
The Chamber has worked closely with Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) partners since 2017, and before this in the programme’s various forms, to ensure views of the Wellington bus
Wellington faces numerous challenges as it continues to grow, including our roading and transport infrastructure.