It was great to see so many different types of businesses getting involved, keen to know more. More than 50 people attended this event, including guests from the RiverLink Project Team and representatives from Greater Wellington Regional Council, Hutt City Council and NZTA.
The RiverLink team brought plenty of diagrams with them to outline the eight different stages of the project and Martin White, RiverLink’s Project Director ran through the details of this huge project with us. There was opportunity for Q&A after.
Tim Ward from Abandoned Brewery kindly supplied his craft beer and Chamber Member Blue Carrot supplied catering for the event. Malcolm Bell from LGSD Facilitation Services won a hamper filled with goodies in the business card prize draw.
See all the event photos and more information on the RiverLink project, below.
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