Wellington Airport has to upgrade the sea walls along Moa Point Road and the runway for resilience against waves, storms and sea level rise. The sea walls protect the road for transport, the main sewer line for Wellington Water and the airport's runway and they are reaching the end of their design life. Wellington Airport will be consulting with community stakeholders on the project, but want your early feedback on what is important to you and what you want us to consider when upgrading the sea walls.

This is a preliminary survey and a formal round of feedback on the proposed solution will be undertaken prior to finalising and applying for consent this year. The survey will be open to complete until end of Sunday 9 February.

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* 1. What recreational activities do you do in Lyall Bay

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* 2. What would you like the airport to consider when renewing the sea wall for resilience?

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* 3. The Corner wave/surf spot runs alongside the Moa Point road sea wall. Is there anything you’d like us to consider for the surf spot?

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* 4. Ideally how would you like the sea wall to look?

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* 5. Ideally how would the sea wall be designed?

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* 6. How often do you use Lyall Bay for recreation?

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