Do you want to run a lower hutt daycare? If you do, then you have a big job ahead of you. You need to think long term and decide where you want to take your daycare. Are you going to build it in an existing building or do you need a new building? Then there are all sorts of issues that need to be sorted out. And before you even start looking at building the daycare, you need to decide how much you can afford to spend.
Now if you are planning to build a lower hutt daycare, you might think that you could just buy a place for your children or put them into a group homeschooling school. This would work but would probably mean moving to an area that is close to your main employer and would be near the school. A group home setting will also mean you will have to deal with a lot of other people as well, which might not be too appealing. Then there is the issue of child care. If you were to set up your hutt daycare in a group home, you would need to find child care for your children. It might be a good idea to look for a child daycare that offers group daycare for a few hours each week and see how it fares financially.
Another option is to build a lower hutt daycare within a building. The advantage to this is that you can keep a roof over your head and still provide a warm dry climate for your children. The disadvantage to this is that you will have to go through a building permit process before you can build. And if you build the daycare next to your building, you will have to worry about whether the building can be torn down and what will happen to the children if the building is demolished. In fact, it could even be a problem if the building was a school and the building is torn down to make way for an extension of the school.