Normandale - Tirohanga
About the forecast areas
The 2017 population forecast for Normandale - Tirohanga is 3,312, and is forecast to grow to 3,581 by 2043.
Normandale-Tirohanga is bounded by the locality of Belmont, Pomare Road and Western Hutt Road in the north, Normandale Road, the locality of Tirohanga, the Hutt River and Western Hutt Road in the east, Normandale Road in the south, and Miromiro Road and the locality of Maungaraki in the west. Normandale is named after Ann Normandale, the mother-in-law of Premier Richard John Seddon. Tirohanga is named from a word meaning 'view'.