Waimakariri District Council’s integrated, community-based recovery framework

This report focuses on the Waimakariri District Council’s approach to earthquake recovery which was developed as an Integrated, Community-based Recovery Framework and evolved as a result of the Darfield earthquake, the aftershocks and the regulatory changes that have impacted on building safety and land availability since.

Our success will not be measured by the kilometres of pipe and road that we replace, but by how the people come through this.


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