Some river dwellers are undergoing a temporary shift as the revitalisation of the Avon River continues from this week.
New plans revealed for Anchor Project and funding announced for Re:Start.
Video by Aurecon showing how the new Bus Interchange parking system would operate and the design being tested with real buses.
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An extended fly-through of the proposed Justice and Emergency Services Precinct to go on the Lichfield-Durham-Tuam Street block.
The Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) has outlined a series of key initiatives to support the private sector’s development of the city’s Retail Precinct.
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are being sought from experienced developers wanting to take advantage of the huge commercial opportunities available with Christchurch’s new Bus Interchange and wider Precinct.
CERA’s BNZ Amazing Place exhibition has been crowned the supreme champion trade exhibitor of the year at the 151 Canterbury A&P Show.
Central Library by Ryan Joseph, Ben Chai and Chen Chang of Middleton Grange School.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says reducing the speed limits of Christchurch’s inner-most streets will provide for a more people-focused environment in the redeveloped city.
Presentations and announcements of the winners in the Amazing Place City Project competition for years 7 to 13.
Performing Arts Centre by Tim Hansen, Niall Stewart, Alan Homes, Peter Monopoli, Daniel Price and Milan Vicar of Burnside High School.
Earthquake memorial by Megan Wilson and Emma Cormack of Mairehau High School.
The Square by Kevin Peng, Matthew Brunt, Elsa Hegarty and Nathan James of Burnside High.
Flower Corridor by Arlia Shurr, Bridget Craig, Charlotte Berry, Christina Wensley, Laura Cullen and Marina Vivas of Christchurch Girls' High School.
Public Space by Ysobel Maindonald, Katie-Rose Schuyt, Greer Williams, Rosie Kelly and Phoebe Milne of Christchurch Girls' High School.
Recreation Centre by Lydia O’Callaghan, Katie Morison and Lila Madden of Christchurch South Intermediate.
East Frame by Keegan Chin, Owen Wong and Ethel Shen of Cobham Intermediate.
Retail Precinct by Crystal Rudman, Jessica Baigent, Ashlee Clark-Nevard and Tayla Prouting of Freeville School.
Cultural Centre by Andrew Simpson, Matthew Hegarty, Nathan Holt and Thomas Mullions of Christchurch South Intermediate.
East Frame by Mia Harrison and Nina Noble of Christchurch South Intermediate.
Presentation of illustrations and visualisations of the winning design by Anselmi Attiani Associated Architects in the global competition to design an urban village for Christchurch, New Zealand.
Fly-through visualisations of the winning design by Anselmi Attiani Associated Architects in the global competition to design an urban village for Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) has reached final decisions on the acquisition of a number of properties that sit in the North and East Frames as the plan for the new central city pushes ahead.
Justice Minister Judith Collins today announced the release of the expressions of interest tender for the main contractor for the Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct.
Exciting new opportunities are set to open up for central city living in the new rebuilt Christchurch, says Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) director Warwick Isaacs.
Gerry Brownlee | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
· Consultation has closed on the draft of – the transport chapter of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan. Around 160 submissions will now be assessed to identify possible changes.
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.
A call has gone out today for groups wanting to master plan a world-class hub for health education, research and innovation in Christchurch.
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