With an attractive view over the Port Hills and flooded with natural light, this stylish and versatile space is an ideal venue choice.
Suitable for all types of meetings, workshops, team-building activities as well as celebrations with family and friends, the Heathcote Valley Community Centre could be the perfect place to make your business or social occasion a unique event.
Bookings and Enquiries
For availability of the Heathcote Valley Community Centre, check out our Calendar.
The standard rate for hiring is $25 per hour. To make a booking, please complete the relevant form below and return it to the Community Centre Coordinator at email@example.com.
Space and Equipment
- Indoor partitioned room (Function or Board Room 62m², Meeting Room 25m²).
- 50 chairs and 6 rectangle tables (on wheels). Seating can be set as required.
- 3 cushioned bench seats.
- Projector, retractable screen and white board.
- Standard electrical supply.
- Free high speed WiFi.
The kitchen has a serving window that connects it to the function room. It contains a microwave, conventional oven, dishwasher, fridge, electric jug, crockery, cutlery and glassware.
Users are required to supply their own cleaning cloths, rubbish bags and cleaning liquids. Cleaning equipment (vacuum cleaner, broom, mop and bucket) is available.
Conditions of hire
You must be over the age of 18 to legally hire a Council facility. Click on CONDITIONS OF USE to view.
No overnight stays are permitted.
The hirer is responsible for cleaning, including window smudges, and leaving the facility as they found it.
The capacity of the entire building including the community library is 96 people. The comfortable capacity of the function room is 50-60 people.
Health and safety
As part of the rental agreement, the hirer accepts legal responsibilities to meet evacuation plans, health and safety responsibilities and to act as the facility warden.
Hours of hire
The Heathcote Valley Community Centre is available for hire Monday to Sunday, 8.00am to 11.00pm (hours outside of this may be negotiable).
The consumption of alcohol is permitted. A special licence is required if selling alcohol or selling tickets to an event where alcohol is supplied. Applications take at least 20 working days to process. To find out more follow this link: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/consents-and-licences/business-licences-and-consents/alcohol/alcohol-licences/special-licence-for-events
There is on-site parking, including one accessible car park. Street parking is also available on Bridle Path Road.
There is a bike stand at the front of the building.
The Heathcote Valley Community Centre has an accessible path for people with disabilities.