Annual Review of the Greater Christchurch Regeneration Act 2016
Reviewer: Liz Sinclair
Date: September 2019
Under Section 150 of the Greater Christchurch Regeneration Act 2016 (the Act) specifies that the Minister responsible for administration of provisions of the Act, must commission an annual review (the Review) of the operation and effectiveness of the Act within 12 months of the commencement of the Act, and every 12 months after that. A report must be prepared for the Minister on that review, and the Minister must pr...
11 November - Southshore Residents Association ask the community to vote on wither they support the SSRA proposed nominated technical expert Gary Teear. Mr Teear from Ocel, is a qualified Marine Engineer who has already undertaken work in the area and has knowledge of the community issues.
If supported in his nomination he will collaborate with the CCC as the community’s technical expert representative on the estuary edge repair, from inception to its completion.
CCRU Meeting of Groups from South of the Bridge November 11, 2019 at Pleasant Point Yacht Club
Community Groups give newly elected City Councillors and Community Board Members a crash course on coastal earthquake legacy issues.
A number of community groups from South of the Bridge met with the newly elected Christchurch City Councillors and Community Board Members for the Coastal Ward. The purpose of this gathering was to get them up to speed on local coastal issues and important ongoing projects. It was a chance for the...
Since the Council made its decisions on responses to the earthquake legacy issues in South New Brighton and Southshore, they have reported that they are doing what can be done right away, and planning for what needs to go out to contract.
Not withstanding that the terms of reference for this work was supplied by the client (CCC) and that the focus in part was to prove wither there was earthquake legacy damage to the edge or not, it is a solid and useful piece of work.
It gives good reference to past work and the present the state of the Estuary edge and structures. CCRU believe this is a study that should have been undertaken well before now. This is a useful starting point for information building and more work on solution possibilities is now required....
AUG 1- CCC have put up the options resulting from the community needs meeting. The original feed back time of 2 days has been extended to 4 days.
Just to let you know that the possible options to respond to earthquake-related changes to the estuary edge in Southshore and South New Brighton are now available online for your information and feedback. This is your chance to have your say about how the Council responds to the earthquake legacy issues in your community.
CCRU has submitted and given feedback on an integrated water strategy for Ōtautahi Christchurch and Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū Banks Peninsula.
The draft strategy covers Christchurch's water supply, wastewater, and storm-water. CCRU have given feedback on the elements of storm water, flooding, sea level rise, climate change response and adaptation, and Coastal Community wellbeing in relation to the CCC response to these issues.