Land Use Recovery Plan

Closely aligned with the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan, the Land Use Recovery Plan provides clear direction to residents, businesses and councils in greater Christchurch about where development should occur and what form it should take to support recovery. It sets out 50 clear actions to be taken by central government, local councils and other groups.

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Developing the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch

A case study on how the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch was deve...

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Adapting legislation to meet recovery needs

This report looks at the use of Orders in Council during earthquake recover...

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CERA’s Programme Management Office

This narrative sets out the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority’s Pr...

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Coordinating other recovery work

CERA’s ‘support programmes’ function monitored, supported and coordin...

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Records associated with this Record

Recovery Strategy for greater Christchurch

The Recovery Strategy for greater Christchurch is the key reference documen...

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Relocation after disaster: Engaging with insured residential property owners in greater Christchurch’s land-damaged ‘residential red zone’

The case study outlines the New Zealand government’s response to earthqua...

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Red Zone Survey Report

This report presents results from a survey of former residential red zone p...

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Christchurch Central Recovery Plan

The Christchurch Central Recovery Plan (2012) provided a framework and visi...

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