Press Release: Housing New Zealand
Clean-up of asbestos fragments in Waimakariri red zone
Information about potential coastal hazards on the Land Information Memoranda (LIMs) of properties in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula will be altered.
The Christchurch Transport Operations Centre (CTOC) is taking measures to minimise traffic interruptions in preparation for a scheduled traffic signals communication outage in Christchurch's CBD tomorrow (Tuesday 6 September) and Wednesday 7 September.
An internal review has found that the Earthquake Commission (EQC) has about 2200 more remedial requests in its work streams than were being captured in its reporting, General Manager Shared Service Gillian Dudgeon says.
Minister for Building and Housing
Christchurch City Council has celebrated the opening of eight new social housing units in Waltham.
The Council today agreed to receive the recently completed Coastal Hazards peer review report, and asked Council staff to report back in one month on how the Council will respond to the peer review’s recommendations.
Documents released to Labour under the OIA show the Government’s scrapped insurance advice booklet could have led to higher settlements for Southern Response customers, says Labour’s Canterbury spokesperson Megan Woods.
Another milestone for the Central City rebuild took place this morning with a ceremony to mark the start of work on the new Lichfield Street parking building.
Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration Gerry Brownlee is encouraging people to have a say on a draft plan for the future use of the residential red zones in Canterbury’s Waimakariri District.
Turn on the lights and switch on your imaginations as the spectacle of illuminated artworks and innovative light installations return to the Botanic Gardens tomorrow night.
Christchurch City Council will retain City Care Limited after a rigorous sale process showed it makes commercial sense to keep the maintenance and construction company.
An historic Fendalton fernery damaged in the earthquakes is being repaired and strengthened.
City Council today made decisions on three important direction-setting strategies and plans, which together provide a roadmap for the region's regeneration.
The historic Risingholme Community Centre in Opawa, recently damaged by fire, is to be rebuilt and restored from early 2017.
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