New Zealand's biggest residential repair job is nearly finished, with Fletcher Earthquake Recovery completing most of the Christchurch housing repair backlog.
The In the Know Land Hub is a new public education space where residents can get information to better understand the changes to the flat land in their neighbourhood and across Christchurch.
The foundation repair suggested by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) of a couple's Burwood home would not comply with building regulations, an engineer says.
Recently I’ve seen comment in the media that suggests EQC is short of funds to cover customer’s claims. This is a myth that’s been around for a while and it really is just that – a myth.
For homeowners like Jo Byrne that means continuing to pay a mortgage on a home her family cannot live in and are unlikely to be able to sell.
• : Where significant, unrelated to earthquake damage should sensibly be addressed at the same time as the earthquake damage covered by EQC. This includes situations where:
This is our letter to Pete Sparrow, CCC General Manager Building Control and Rebuild and Mike Stannard, Chief Engineer, MBIE. We request that this document is revoked and the PMO’s and the public notified.
The Christchurch City Council has received a second interim payment from EQC in relation to the Council’s social housing EQC claim.
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