BLOG & NEWS
November 10, 2015
Science Adviser Simon Arnold has produced a report which points out the Christchurch City Council's Tonkin and Taylor report breaches the legislation it was meant to be written under.
We, CCRU, are publishing the initial report and the resultant correspondence.
The Tonkin and Taylor report which was an update of a 1999 report was modified on a Terms of Reference, which was written by the Tonkin and Taylor themselves.
This has raised a lot of eyebrows around the country and gained the attention of many including Mr Arnold.
CCRU are concerned that council are knowingly using a report and the subsequent LIM notices, which breach the very legislation it was meant to be written under.
Council are saying that when the new Coastal Hazards policy is in place several years from now, this will be sorted out.
Unfortunately, for all parties, there will be those who wrongly suffer losses in the interim through incorrect LIM notices on titles.
It is pleasing to have ongoing support from around the country, and even within council, as more and more inaccuracies and anomalies are coming to light.
Click title links below to download these informative and interesting reviews, reports and correspondence.
Tonkin & Taylor Report- Effects Of Sea Level Rise For Christchurch City 2013
Notes on Simon Arnold's report
Dr. Karleen Edwards letter 6-11-15 (CEO CCC)
Review of Fitness for Purpose of Tonkin & Taylor Report 8-11-15
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Estuary Edge Condition Inventory, by Jacobs NZ LTD
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Annual Review of the Greater Christchurch Regeneration Act 2016
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Southshore Residents Association ask community to endorse their technical expert nomination
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Crash course on coastal earthquake legacy issues
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Coastal Futures newsletter update October 2019
Estuary Edge Repair RESOLUTION
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Coastal East Community battle again with the CCC asking for action in the Coastal East
CCC have put up the options resulting from the community needs meeting
August 1, 2019
Important Dates- South Brighton and South Shore Estuary Edge Repair Options
July 14, 2019
CCRU gives feedback on the Draft- integrated water strategy and how it relates to Coastal Communities
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