EQC and Fletcher EQR have completed more than 20,000 substantive repairs (all earthquake damaged fixed) and 45,000 urgent repairs (work done to keep a house safe, secure, sanitary or weather-resistant). We’re working right across greater Christchurch through more than 20 EQR hubs.
The 'substantive repairs' map shows the locations of all full repairs as at 20 June 2012 (PDF 983KB).
The 'all repairs' map show the locations of all full repairs, urgent repairs and home heating installations (PDF 1.63MB). As you can see, most of the city has seen some form of repair work from EQC and Fletcher EQR.
The drilling plan for suburbs in Technical Category 3 (TC3) is below. Please note that this is subject to change.
The plan only covers under cap properties in TC3 as part of the Canterbury Home Repair Programme. The expected end date for this plan is March 2013.
However, EQC is in negotiations with insurers over a full collaborative programme and this is subject to change. The expected end date for the full programme (including all over cap claims) is March 2014.
If you need help understanding your claim, or simply have questions or issues you’d like resolved, please make an appointment to meet with one of our Claims Advisors. Call 0800 DAMAGE (0800 326 243) to book your appointment.
Claims Advisors from our Community Contact Team are available at:
EQC has completed its assessment programme for residential houses in Canterbury for all building claims made prior to 22 December 2011. During the past 15 months we have assessed a total of 447,943 properties. Assessments will continue in 2012 for properties that have had land damage claims and claims for building damage occurring after 22 December 2011.
If you think you have been missed please call 0800 DAMAGE to arrange an assessment of your property.
The Earthquake Commission and Fletcher EQR have today announced their targets for the repair of about 100,000 earthquake damaged homes in the Canterbury Home Repair Programme.
EQC General Manager Customer Services Bruce Emson says the main target for the Canterbury Home Repair Programme is 80 percent of homes in the managed repair programme completed by 2014.