Greater Christchurch Group has released the report of a survey conducted by CERA of more than 2000 property owners who accepted a Crown offer to evaluate wellbeing outcomes, and to determine whether the Crown's recovery objectives had been met. The survey and report were carried out by Nielsen Research.
In April 2016, the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery (now the Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Recovery), Hon Gerry Brownlee, under section 22 of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act 2011 has given approval for several minor amendments to be made arising from Environment Canterbury’s review of the Land Use Recovery Plan (the Recovery Plan).
Future Christchurch Update is a monthly publication of information and updates on the greater Christchurch recovery and regeneration.
It’s produced jointly by CERA and Christchurch City Council, and delivered to over 178,000 letterboxes across greater Christchurch.
From May 2016, it’ll be produced by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC), in partnership with Christchurch City Council.
The Burwood Resource Recovery Park was established following the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-2011 to manage the receipt and resource processing of mixed materials from the demolition of commercial and residential buildings.