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- "Ideas to Reality" is an exciting new booklet exploring the vision for the central Christchurch rebuild
- Christchurch City Council media release: 25th February 2016
The community will have another say in the ongoing development of QEII Park, with the proposal to sell a piece of land in the park to the Ministry of Education going out for public consultation
Petersgate Counselling Centre is still able to provide free earthquake counselling to people whose lives have been disrupted by the earthquakes, thanks to contiuned support
- Rebuild Christchurch media release: 10th February 2016
Your Story is a web-based service giving residents a chance to share their stories of how they have got through the different issues faced in the recovery of Christchurch
- The In the Know Hub has held several cash settlement seminars covering different aspects of the process. These seminars were recorded and are available for viewing.
Watch the compilation video of the In the Know Cash Settlement series
- EQC held a briefing on 1st October on its approach to settlement of Increased Liquefaction Vulnerability (ILV) land damage and to update progress on land settlements in general.
The four videos recorded at this seminar are now available to view online
- Christchurch City Council media release: 29th September 2015
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has welcomed the Government's decision to remove coastal hazards from the District Plan Review process
- Christchurch City Council media release: 25th September 2015
The Crown and Christchurch City Council have signalled a new era in central and local government relations with the development of a joint entity to drive the city's regeneration
- Christchurch City Council media release: 24th September 2015
Christchurch was selected by the Rockefeller Foundation to take part in the global 100 Resilient Cities Network in December 2013
- A 7-part television series that explores the issues and ideas for the flat land suburbs of east Christchurch devastated by the 2010/11 earthquakes, kicks off on CTV this Thursday (24th September 2015)
- An initiative for young people to have a say in the future vision of Christchurch has been launched, on the 5th anniversary of the sequence of earthquakes that first struck in the city in 2010
- University of Canterbury media release: 2nd September 2015
The University of Canterbury is to offer scholarships for postgraduate research into the effects of the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes, focusing on the lessons learned from the response
- Earlier this month the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) released the results of a survey on the quality of earthquake repairs undertaken on 101 homes that had been exempt from a building consent under Schedule 1 (repairs and maintena
- Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) media release: 19th August 2015
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has released a report into the Building Code compliance of earthquake repairs to Canterbury homes
- CERA is making videos available of the seminars and following Q&A sessions being held at the In the Know Hub at Eastgate Mall.
These videos are available on:
the In the Know Hub website
CERA on YouTube
- University of Canterbury media release: 14th July 2015
Positive images of the Christchurch recovery are a “time travel dream machine”, but more distracting than negative ones, according to University of Canterbury (UC) research findings
- The Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) has released a series of videos that show and explain details of how the new central city travel network will work
- University of Canterbury media release: 23rd April 2015
A University of Canterbury geological sciences researcher says an alpine fault earthquake is likely to be markedly different to the Canterbury earthquakes, with infrastructure losses potentially exp
- Christchurch City Council media release: 26 March 2015
The design of Christchurch’s New Central Library in Cathedral Square was inspired by the Canterbury landscape and feedback from the public on what they wanted in the new building
- University of Canterbury media release: 26th February 2015
Christchurch earthquakes demonstrate that people generally do not take any notice of the likely occurrence of rare events, University of Canterbury natural hazards researcher Professor Tim Davies