Gerry Brownlee | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Mark the date: Friday, June 28, at 3pm.
Locked out of undamaged factory for 815 days and still counting…..
Do we still own our building? who knows – 273 days…… We wait for “the powers that be” to see what has been proposed for our area. Who knows what nonsense they are cooking up. I have my suspicions. An Easter Island statue or monuments!
Finally after nearly 26 months. There is an Increasing number of articles reflecting the situation in the central city. Chris Hutching in the NBR has published an article reflecting some of the remarks made by CORE (“The City Owners Rebuild …
Canterbury architecture, traditionally built from stone, has been imbued with a more lightweight philosophy since the quakes, a Christchurch architect told a city timber construction expo.
Two contenders battling to develop a prime City Mall block now stand in each other's way after buying up land.
Les Mills was staying, then it was going, and now it looks like it might stay again.
The insanity of CERA/CCDU continues. Westende House, a brand new, tenanted building in Manchester Street (130% of the New Building code) to be demolished for a wider roadway. Another CERA/CCDU “flip-flop”. You can not trust what they say. And expect …
The insanity of CERA/CCDU continues. Westende House, a brand new, tenanted building in Manchester Street (130% of the New Building code) to be demolished for a wider roadway.
A reduction tomorrow in the Rebuild Zone cordon will allow increased access into central Christchurch, including Avonmore Tertiary Institute for its opening to students on Tuesday.
Bold new plans have been unveiled for a $100 million redevelopment of The Strip in central Christchurch.
The red zone is still somewhat of a foreign no-go area to most living in Christchurch except for those that work in it.
The fence that surrounds Christchurch's inner city will be removed on June 28, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) says.
CERA is pleased to announce that three operators have successfully tendered to run commercial tourism ventures inside the CBD Rebuild Zone.
This has got me riled. After 2 years of telling us that High Street is very dangerous and we have to grovel for access we get this: This is very dangerous, but only if you own any of these buildings. …
Rhys Taylor is moving southwards to Geraldine in a few months’ time, so the Trust has a contract vacancy :
There are new apps that enable users to point their phone at an empty plot of land and see what used to be there and what will be there in the future.\
Locked out of undamaged factory for 746 days Do we still own our building…. 219 days…. and who knows. Now this has got me seeing red…. Political events banned from the red zone???? My God what hypocrisy. Bad call Roger …
Earthquake tourists may soon have the chance to see Christchurch's off-limits city centre from a new perspective - on foot, on a Segway, in a tuktuk or by stretch limo.
Locked out of undamaged factory for 737 days.
Central city cordons will be reduced by May, says MP Gerry Brownlee.
The “New” transport plan: Link here: for the city has kept the one street system. Their logic defies belief. Internationally one way streets are a dead duck.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has released a video showing time-lapse photography of the Christchurch Central Business District taken between 1 February 2012 and 31 January 2013.
Locked out of undamaged factory for 718 days….
Prestons residential development on the northern outskirts of the Christchurch has donated 2000m3 of soil to help with the greening of the central city.
Greater Christchurch residents are being urged to have their say on the An Accessible City draft document on transport in central Christchurch before the public consultation phase comes to an end.
Time could be running out to attract businesses back to central Christchurch as frustration builds over a lack of progress.
Locked out of undamaged factory for 668 days…. Do we own our building…..142 days who knows…? The business community is swirling with rumours about the CCDU. Unfortunately I can not tell you most of them as I will end up …
A call has gone out today for groups wanting to master plan a world-class hub for health education, research and innovation in Christchurch.
Some of the last panoramic views of Christchurch’s Red Zone have been preserved in the University of Canterbury (UC) QuakeStudies digital archive.