Member Events, Opportunities & Information

 

Opportunities For Our People, Through Our Partners

See below for opportunities through our partners:

KiwiRail (including the iReX Project)

Lets Get Wellington Moving

Wellington City Council 

Hutt City Council

Te Ara Tupua (Waka Kōtahi)

 

November Opportunities 

A KiwiBuild opportunity for uri at Monark has been presented - read more here

 

Te Puna Wai Kaumātua Units Application Form

Click here to apply for the Kaumātua Social Rental Units in Wainuomata.  These units were developed by Taranaki Whānui in partnership with The Wellington Company and are located on the same whenua as the Trusts' housing development Te Puna Wai.

Consisting of 11 units which are located together, surrounding a māra kai, these warm, dry, energy efficient one-bedroom whare with ramp access, are suitable for couple or single person occupancy through Compass Housing.

As social rentals, applicants will need to be on the Ministry of Social Developments Social Housing Register and have a WINZ number. If you're unsure whether you are on the Housing Register you can contact MSD on 0800 559 009.

 

Apply Here

 

KiwiRail iReX Project

March 2022

Taranaki Whānui have partnered with KiwiRail, Ngāti To and Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui on a project that will see two new ferries connecting Te Upoko o te Ika and Te Tauihu.

The iReX project will also see the re-development of the Kaiwharawhara Wellington and Waitohi Pictor terminals and the creation of a memorable passenger experience that is infused with the narratives of our history as mana whenua. Mana whenua are involved with all aspects of this projects - design, brand, naming, environmental monitoring and ensuring the protection and preservation of Kaiwharawhara Stream - an important and significant area as it was once a kainga.

Through this project, uri of Taranaki Whānui will be provided with a number of opportunties - we encourage you to stay in touch and perhaps, bookmark www.irex.co.nz.

 

Lets Get Wellington Moving

April 2022

Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika are working in partnership with Let’s Get Wellington Moving to help shape the future of Wellington.  Let’s Get Wellington Moving is a $6.4 billion multi-decade programme for Wellington’s transport and urban development future, and a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Wellington.

The 20-year programme includes mass rapid transit connecting the central city with Newtown and the eastern suburbs, walking and cycling improvements, investment in a smarter transport network, and strategic highway improvements including at the Basin Reserve and the Mt Victoria Tunnel. At its heart, the programme seeks to move more people with fewer vehicles. Let’s Get Wellington Moving is a is a joint initiative between Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust and Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira have recently joined the Governance of the programme and are now helping the programme at an operational level to ensure that mana whenua perspectives are appropriately considered. 

The Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust representatives working with Let’s Get Wellington Moving are:

 

 •  Kirsty Tamanui – Governance Reference Group representative

 •  Peter Jackson – Operational representative 

 •  Ihaia Puketapu – Operational representative

 •  Pekaira Rei – Operational representative

 •  Leslie Brown – Operational representative

 

Let’s Get Wellington Moving is significant and long-term project for the capital, and this is the start of an ongoing kōrero. Taranaki Whānui representatives are currently part of initial discussions with the Let’s Get Wellington Moving team, with the wider iwi membership engagement occuring April 2022.  For further information on this click here.

 

For more information please contact Kirsty Tamanui (kirsty@portnicholson.org.nz / 04 472 3872 or 0800 767 8642) or check out the Let’s Get Wellington Moving website https://lgwm.nz/

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