Business growth and development, and a high level of activity in the central city require a diverse residential population.
The redevelopment of central Christchurch has taken an exciting step forward with today’s announcement of the Amazing Place playground winners, says Christchurch Central Development Unit Director Warwick Isaacs.
The appreciation of the opportunity that Christchurch offers is high, and interested
groups in the United States have not forgotten what support they can still give, says
Christchurch Central Development Unit Director, Warwick Isaacs.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says a foundation laying project that will get underway in the heart of central Christchurch early tomorrow is another positive step in the city’s rebuild.
With over half of all staff working inside Christchurch’s city cordon specifically concentrating on repair and construction, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says the area can now be re-named the Rebuild Zone.
The owners of 47 commercial CBD properties have agreed to sell to the Crown as the purchase of central Christchurch land for new development gathers pace.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says the children of Christchurch have a unique opportunity to help develop part of the new central city through the Amazing Place playground competition.
Greater Christchurch residents are being urged to have their say on the An Accessible City draft document on transport in central Christchurch before the public consultation phase comes to an end.
Key anchor projects are set to begin taking shape in central Christchurch with the appointment of groups to design and develop the Avon River Precinct and North and East Frames.
The inclusion of Christchurch in a global solution-finding competition will ensure the very best minds in the world contribute to regeneration of the city, says Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority chief executive Roger Sutton.
Traffic will be slowed and pedestrians given greater priority in the new central Christchurch under a draft transport plan the public is now invited to have their say on.
Work on Christchurch’s new Convention Centre Precinct is underway, with the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) and Christchurch City Council now calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from groups wishing to participate in the project.
Attracting people back into the central city is a key component in the design plan for part of the city’s new Frame and Te Papa Ōtākaro/Avon River Precinct.
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Invest Christchurch, the investment facilitation service of the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU), has released the results of three quantitative studies into the attitudes of Christchurch businesspeople, the wider Christchurch community and New Zealanders as a whole towards the economic future of the region and the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan.
CERA is holding community meetings about the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan.
These are opportunities to hear from CERA’s Christchurch Central Development Unit about the design and Plan for the new central city.
Today students from Discovery 1 School and Unlimited Paenga Tawhiti will assist Prime Minister John Key at a tree planting ceremony at Victoria Square.
Facilities for high performance sports, health and innovation, and a new convention centre are some of the highlights of the new central Christchurch, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry
Invest Christchurch is a new investment facilitation service operating within the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA).
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says with the design of the new central Christchurch area set out in the Recovery Plan it’s now time to start discussions about the transfer o
The Christchurch Central Recovery Plan is a 120 page document outlining the future development of central Christchurch.