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Upper Hutt Leader : June 1st 2011
30 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 1, 2011 NEWS Stolen property claims The Upper Hutt police property office is holding several recovered or found items including bicycles, cellphones and jewellery. Arms and property officer Ray Vine says the items were found on the streets of Upper Hutt and from surrounding areas. ''[To collect your belongings] you need to supply a good description of the item and the approximate date it was lost or stolen.'' Contact Mr Vine at Upper Hutt Police Station on 527 2300. Access to areas of growth important COMMERCE COMMENT By WAYNE GUPPY, mayor The Hutt Corridor plan is very important, not only to Upper Hutt, but to the Hutt Valley and the Wellington region. One factor in our driver for the economy of the region is our transport systems and networks. Submissions on the Hutt Cor- ridor Plan are now open. The Hutt Corridor is one of several plans that set out multi- model packages of improvement that contribute to the long-term direction that we agree on in the Wellington region land trans- port strategy. The Hutt Corridor plan is very important, not only to Upper Hutt, but to the Hutt Val- ley and the Wellington region. The Hutt Corridor is defined as a transport corridor formed by State Highway 2 and the Wairarapa railway line from Ngauranga in the south through to Te Marua, Upper Hutt, in the north as well as east to west connections between State Highway 2 and State Highway 1, including State Highway 58. It includes major arterial routes and key routes for public transport, walking and cycling connecting with this corridor. The objectives of this plan included looking at issues such as providing for future growth, population/employment/freight in the Hutt Corridor, reduce severe congestion on the roading networks including focusing on congestion hot spots to improve the mode share of walking, cyc- ling and public transport and to improve road safety throughout the corridor and improve route security and network resilience. It is important that our com- munity has their say on this future plan. Upper Hutt City Council will certainly be making submissions on your behalf. We need to ensure that we get this right as we know that growth and employment over the 10 years in the Hutt Valley will mean more trips that are made on the corridor. Within Upper Hutt, growth is earmarked for industrial, resi- dential, commercial and rec- reational use, so that means that access to these areas is very important. It is also very important for economics that freight activity will double in the Wellington region by 2031. All the suggestions in this plan will have an impact on Upper Hutt. Submissions close at 4pm on Wednesday, June 15, and should be sent to the Greater Welling- ton Regional Council, P O Box 11646, Wellington 6142. OUTSTANDING VALUE, LUXURY THROUGHOUT 10 WH 3.3x3 .0 6.0 0x5.7 4.7x4.7 4.7x4.5 4.0x4.5 6.0x x6.2 TOUGHENED D OBSC LOCK 810 KE E LOCK DOUBLE E GARA AG GE W/R MASTER BEDRO OM M BED. 3 LOUNGE Y N N FLOOR AREA: 300 sqM ROVER SALESPERSON ON SITE ON WEEKENDS FROM 1-3PM UNTIL THE SHOW HOME IS COMPLETE NEW GOLDEN HOMES ROVER PLAN SHOWHOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION Corner of SH2 and Norana Road 0800 506 507 11 14 4 423 23 23
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