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Joint award for central-city design guide

A collaboration between Christchurch City Council, CERA and the Matapopore Charitable Trust (Matapopore) on behalf of Ngāi Tūāhuriri has been recognised with a prestigious award from the New Zealand Planning Institute. The jointly produced Streets and Spaces Design Guide, a 197-page benchmark document for urban regeneration in Christchurch, won the award for the 2016 “Strategic…

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Youth wellbeing survey to launch

CERA is to launch the ‘What’s Up: Youth Wellbeing Survey,’ to canvas young people’s response to the Canterbury earthquake recovery activity. The new survey is a first – a youth-friendly version of CERA’s earlier Wellbeing Survey – and is designed to ensure the Christchurch youth voice has an impact on city’s recovery and rebuild activities….

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Future Vision

Out of the wreck of what was Christchurch, a new city is being planned. It may be a world first situation. In the wake of a devastating natural disaster, the local indigenous people are involved in the redesign and reconstruction of a city from the highest governance level right through to the actual physical reconstruction.

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23rd April 2013
Posted under: Pānui

Leadership – Recovery and Rebuild

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Kaiwhakahaere Tā Mark Solomon says it is understandable that Ngāi Tahu will have to address complaints of conflict of interest as it continues to play a leading role in the recovery and rebuild of Canterbury.