The following websites contain useful information about the Canterbury
Please note the Commission is independent from government and all other
- Canterbury Earthquake
about the February 22 2011 earthquake. This site is managed by Environment
Canterbury and Christchurch City Council as part of Civil Defence Emergency
Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA)
Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) was set up by the Government to lead
recovery work following the devastating earthquakes of September 2010 and
- Christchurch City Council
As the second
largest Council in the country, Christchurch City Council is responsible for
ensuring that the 368,900 residents are well governed and provided for.
of Building and Housing
Information for people who have been
affected by the earthquakes in Canterbury.
If your home, contents or land have been damaged
by the Canterbury or Christchurch Earthquakes (or aftershocks) and you have
current home and/or contents insurance, you should lodge a clam with the
Earthquake Commission (EQC).
This page contains links to information
about the 22 February and 13 June 2011 Christchurch earthquakes and contact
details for Environment Canterbury.
- Love Christchurch Made
The Canterbury earthquakes have
been disruptive to many businesses. Love Christchurch Made has been developed
as a promotional tool for these businesses to advertise their products and
services and their new locations if they have had to move.
This is a non profit independent website
provided to serve the residents of Christchurch suffering after both the
September earthquake, the February quake and all the aftershocks between. We
are volunteers that are passionate to see Christchurch rebuilt right.
This website provides practical advice and
information for business recovery following the Canterbury earthquake.
- Standards New Zealand
New Zealand standards and
The Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild
is being carried out by the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team
(SCIRT), an alliance between Christchurch
City Council, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), City Care, Downer Construction, Fletcher Construction, Fulton Hogan, and MacDow New Zealand.