Moving Canterbury from recovery to regeneration

Posted 16 Nov 2015 by GovtBeehive Popular

Parliament’s Local Government and Environment Committee is considering a number of bills relating to the regeneration of the Canterbury region.

 

As outlined in the attached releases, the chair has now called for submissions on the following bills:

In addition, the committee is considering the Greater Christchurch Regeneration Bill, to establish the organisations that will take over once the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) winds down in April 2016.

 

The committee MPs to visit Christchurch

The committee will be coming to Christchurch to hear the views of residents in November and December. Media are encouraged to attend the public hearings, and will be able speak to members about the committee’s business.

 

Dates and locations to be confirmed, please check the select committee schedule for updates: http://www.parliament.nz/en-nz/pb/sc/meetings

 

The committee members are:

 

Scott Simpson             

Chair

Member for Coromandel

National

Todd Muller

Deputy Chair

Member for Bay of Plenty

National

Matt Doocey

 

Member for Waimakariri

National

Paul Foster-Bell

 

List Member

National

Joanne Hayes

 

List Member

National

Tutehounuku Korako

 

List Member

National

Ron Mark

 

List Member

NZ First

Eugenie Sage

 

List Member

Green Party

James Shaw

 

List Member

Green Party

Su’a William Sio

 

Member for Māngere

Labour

Dr Megan Woods  

 

Member for Wigram

Labour

 

 

Encouraging Cantabrians to have their say

Cantabrians are encouraged to share their views with the committee either through a formal submission or on the committee’s Facebook page

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