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The Christchurch City Council
the website that will keep you up-to-date with what’s happening in Christchurch as we rebuild our community. Keep coming back to watch our city develop.
Preparations are getting underway to repair the earthquake-damaged Evans Pass section of Sumner Road and re-open this vital link between Lyttelton and the Summit Road.
Christchurch City Council is rethinking the financial strategy for its Long Term Plan in a bid to keep rates increases to single figures over the next three years.
The statue of John Robert Godley, founder of the Canterbury settlement, has been reinstated in Cathedral Square.
With the opening of Lyttelton’s Norman Kirk Memorial Pool at 11am on Friday 20 February, Christchurch has a full complement of outdoor pools for the first time since before the 2011 earthquakes.
About 30 students taking a University of Canterbury summer school course, CHCH101: Rebuilding Christchurch, spent five days recently finding out how local groups defined their communities.
A civic memorial service recognising the fourth anniversary of the 22 February 2011 Canterbury earthquake will start at midday on Sunday 22 February at the Botanic Gardens Archery Lawn.
Christchurch City Council says a grant from a new Government fund for cycling infrastructure is a strong vote of support for its Major Cycle Routes (MCR) network.
Councillors are considering submissions received on Christchurch City Council’s proposal to develop a sports hub at Nga Puna Wai, beginning with public hearings from Tuesday 27 – Wednesday 28 January 2015.
Waltham Lido Pool is reopening on Saturday 17 January, with a pool party on Sunday 18 January.
The rebuilt Scarborough Paddling Pool will re-open to the public tomorrow (Saturday 20 December).
The Hagley/Ferrymead Community Board has endorsed a final design for the Beachville Road/Redcliffs Park section of the Christchurch Coastal Pathway.
Christchurch City Council has been granted accreditation as a Building Consent Authority.
Council to progress with flood mitigation work while it considers proposed and alternative options for Dudley Creek
Christchurch’s Central City travel network is getting another boost, with three Central City transport projects given the go-ahead.
Christchurch City Council is proposing to raise $550 million from Christchurch City Holdings Ltd (CCHL) and Council-owned trading organisations.
Christchurch City Council today agreed in principle to set up a Development Authority to speed up the rebuild and help attract private sector funding for major projects.
More than 6000 people participated in the Christchurch City Council’s campaign to learn more about the city’s financial issues and its Long Term Plan.
The Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee has endorsed a staff proposal outlining the order the city’s 13 Major Cycle Routes will be built.
Christchurch City Council will meet on 11 December 2014 to consider the Council's Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee's recommendation to approve the scheme designs for three Central City transport projects.
The Christchurch entry was one of five cities to win the Guangzhou International Award for Urban Innovation at a ceremony in Guangzhou, China on Friday 28 November.
Work is underway to convert Tuam Street to a one-way eastbound route into the Central City by late December 2014.
Christchurch City Council's 'Christchurch: Our Ever Evolving City' initiative has been shortlisted for a prestigious urban innovation award.
Christchurch City Council is in the final stages of proving it is at a standard to achieve accreditation as a Building Consent Authority.
Four delegations from China, led by the Mayors of Christchurch’s Sister Cities or cities of interest, will visit Christchurch this weekend.
Christchurch people rebuilding or repairing their earthquake damaged homes can now get free advice to ensure they are warm, dry and energy efficient.
A special ceremony will be held tomorrow to celebrate the completed rebuild of the Ballantynes fire memorial.