Community engagement and resources
December 2022: Konga Reriti Te Rūnanganui o Te Āti Awa Kaumatua performed the cultural blessing with his usual charm and humour reciting karakia, and waiata in Te Reo acknowledging the history of the area and previous generations. He also touched on the Te Ati Awa/ Kāinga Ora Memorandum of Understating and how valued our relationship is, and his appreciation and involvement having attended a number of blessing during 2022. He shared his appreciation to Kāinga Ora and the build partners for the mahi providing these quality whare for whānau across Lower Hutt. The Blessing was attended by the build partner TradeMark, Kāinga Ora staff and neighbours.
New home coming soon [PDF, 518 KB] - July 2021
For more information
See more of what is planned for the Wellington region or if you have any questions contact:.
Upper Hutt, Wairarapa, Johnsonville, Ngaio, Wellington central and Eastern suburbs
- Contact Caroline Speight, Stakeholder Relationship Manager, by email or freephone 0800 801 601 and ask to be transferred.
Lower Hutt including Stokes Valley and Wainuiomata
- Contact Jo Burleigh, Senior Stakeholder Relationship Manager, by email or freephone 0800 801 601 and ask to be transferred.
Kapiti Coast, Porirua, Mount Cook, Newtown, Rolleston and Berhampore
- Contact Josh Clark, Senior Stakeholder Relationship Manager, by email or freephone 0800 801 601 and ask to be transferred.
Page updated: 30 January 2023