Eat Streat 2.0

Eat Streat 2.0

Evolve Rotorua is calling for the development of “Eat Streat 2.0”, urging Council and local businesses to trial an expansion of Eat Streat this summer. We believe there is now a strong case to build on the success of Eat Streat and transform Tutanekai Street, between...
Better night-time environments to enhance safety

Better night-time environments to enhance safety

At Evolve Rotorua we’ve been interested in this recent report from the New Zealand Initiative, which shines a light on untapped opportunities for our city. The New Zealand Initiative report; ‘Living after Midnight: For a better night-time environment’ says “New...
Lakefront development tenders for world-class commercial partners

Lakefront development tenders for world-class commercial partners

Improving civics spaces is a core component of what the Council needs to be doing. Having good civic spaces helps bring our community together, provides us with space to meet, play and relax. It also helps create a sense of understanding for each other and civic...
Rotorua Youth Village

Rotorua Youth Village

The creation of the Rotorua Youth Village is an incredible project that is being worked on by Te Waiariki Purea Trust, Rotorua Community Youth Centre Trust, Youth Projects Trust and the Rotorua Lakes Council. The proposal would see the site of the Youth Centre on Te...
Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre

Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre

The Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre has been home to some of Rotorua’s most exciting and diverse cultural and arts exposes. Following a seismic risk assessment in late 2017 the venue was closed with work beginning immediately to find a resolution....
Rotorua Museum

Rotorua Museum

The Rotorua Museum has seen a rich history since its opening in 1908. Once a bath house providing therapeutic treatments to visitors from all reaches of the globe, then in more recent times, a museum showcasing the town’s treasured taonga and history. Since...