Issue 7 of the Earthquake Recovery Update published on 24 February 2012.
• This work will start Monday 27 February. We will be working Monday to Friday between the hours of 7.00am to 4.00pm.
To allow for the demolition of the Terrace on the Park buildings, there will be some changes to traffic in the area.
A further re-zoning of residential land will be announced by Minister Gerry Brownlee tomorrow (Friday) morning. The announcement will be live-streamed here on from 10.25am. Landcheck will be updated shortly after.
Roadworks around the city is increasing significantly as works to repair our city’s roads, water, wastewater and storm water networks moves into top gear.
Technical assessments will begin for the 8000 – 10,000 Christchurch Green Zone homes in Technical Category 3 (or blue/green) with foundation damage in the next six to eight weeks, the Earthquake Commission says.
This Earthquake Recovery Update was published in community newspapers from Thursday 26 January 2012.
The Government has today announced that it will provide $509,000 from the Waste Minimisation Fund to help residents in Canterbury's Red Zone safely dispose of their hazardous household waste.
The most recent swarm of aftershocks centred east of Christchurch city has naturally prompted much discussion in the wider community.
This is a test alert for short term messages to the public.
This Earthquake Recovery Update was published in community newspapers from Friday 9 December 2011.
This Earthquake Recovery Update was published in community newspapers from Wednesday 2 November 2011.
Engineers have completed an inspection of the building in Worcester Boulevard following the recent aftershocks and have deemed it safe for general public access again.
Christchurch City Council has confirmed the commemorative events which will mark the first anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
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