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Christchruch Earthquake Recovery Authority
The community forum has been established by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee to provide him with information and advice on earthquake recovery matters.
Christchurch's new Bus Interchange will open to the public, and services will begin operating from it, on Monday 25 May.
The Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, Hon Gerry Brownlee, has given approval for amendments to be made to the Land Use Recovery Plan extending the date of the Review from April 2015 to 30 September 2015 and to assist with interpretation of the Recovery Plan.
Associate Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Nicky Wagner says the Community in Mind Shared Programme of Action, being launched today, will ensure the remarkable resilience of Canterbury communities continues.
Technical issues with the automated system at Christchurch’s new Bus Interchange has meant the operational opening of the facility will be postponed.
Acting Chief Executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, John Ombler, gives a monthly update on CERA's work to lead the recovery. Read the latest edition of the Future Christchurch Update.
The public is being invited to have a say on a Recovery Plan addressing Crown offers to buy vacant, uninsured and commercial/industrial properties in the Residential Red Zone.
Environment Canterbury has developed the preliminary draft Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan and is inviting public feedback until 5pm, 11 May 2015. This feedback will then inform the draft plan which will be delivered to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery by 14 August 2015.
Almost 20,000 people took part in this year's Summer of Fun season of free family events in Christchurch, the highest attendance in the series' four year history.
The Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, Hon Gerry Brownlee, has decided to amend the Christchurch City Plan to facilitate the continued development of the Kintyre Estates subdivision.
Associate Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Nicky Wagner says the continued funding of the Residential Advisory Service (RAS) means more Cantabrians will be able to access free, impartial advice on getting their home repaired or rebuilt.
State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie has today confirmed that Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) Acting Chief Executive John Ombler will continue in the role until the end of 2015.Mr Ombler has been Acting Chief Executive since December 2014. Mr Ombler continuing in the role will provide CERA with consistent and stable leadership as it moves through a period of transition.
A new community-led initiative will give greater Christchurch residents the clear and consistent information they need says Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority acting Chief Executive John Ombler.
Acting Chief Executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, John Ombler, gives a monthly update on CERA's work to lead the recovery.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority is investigating whether key parts of the Odeon Theatre can be retained as it embarks on the demolition of badly damaged parts of the structure.
Associate Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Nicky Wagner says hundreds of people have given their opinion on the six short-listed Canterbury Earthquake Memorial designs and the public have until Sunday 15 March to provide further feedback.
An interim appointment has today been made to replace outgoing Christchurch Central Development Unit director Warwick Isaacs.
The final total for the acceptance of the Port Hills red zone Crown offer is now available.
Thousands of people have taken the opportunity to explore everything that is happening in greater Christchurch at the Future Christchurch Showcase with the 50,000th visitor expected this week.
The clearance of Crown-owned properties in the Port Hills has reached an important milestone with 100 houses now cleared from the red zone.
The first issue of the was published on 12 February 2015. This is jointly produced by CCC and CERA.
The Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, Hon Gerry Brownlee, decided to amend the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan (the Recovery Plan) to facilitate the recovery and regeneration of the central city.
Good progress in the development of central city anchor projects means the designation can now be fully or partially lifted from a number of properties.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) and Waimakariri District Council say the public has put forward an exciting vision of open spaces with a community focus for the Waimakariri red zones.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has today announced an Advisory Board on Transition with a wealth of experience and knowledge about the recovery needs of greater Christchurch.