At 12 years of age Jordan Wilson is the youngest person to be granted a temporary land use licence for Christchurch’s Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor regeneration area.
Christchurch: A great place to be
Visitors to the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor might stumble across naturalised pockets of longer grass and plants as the Christchurch City Council undertakes revegetation trials in the Richmond and Bexley areas.
Motorists are urged to take it slower as new safer speed limits are coming into effect on many of Banks Peninsula’s steep and winding rural roads and settlements.
See, learn and experience
More than 20 rare taonga are on display at Tūranga library, as part of a new exhibition celebrating the special relationship Ngāi Tahu has with wetlands.
A new book about Lyttelton artist Bill Hammond is likely to be extraordinarily popular says its editor, Christchurch Art Gallery Publications Coordinator Sarah Pepperle.
Looking after our natural resources
Property owners who share a private drinking water or wastewater system are being encouraged to get in touch with Christchurch City Council.
Feedback is being sought on how Christchurch City Council should work with communities to plan for, manage and adapt to coastal hazards.
Get connected, get involved
Christchurch City Council’s 2021 Annual Report shows it invested more than $446 million to improve city services, infrastructure and facilities.
Celeste Donovan has been elected the new Coastal ward Councillor.
Creating a modern, sustainable city
Christchurch City Council has released additional economic evidence relating to its proposal to introduce new planning rules to manage short-term accommodation in residential units.
Christchurch City Council has approved the continued operation of the bus lanes on Cranford Street for now.