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Visitors to the Avon Loop area of the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor Regeneration Area will be able to learn more about the concept of mahinga kai and the city’s rich rowing history when installation of a ‘tohu whenua’ cultural marker and information plinth.
Christchurch City Council is calling for companies to register their interest in developing an empty piece of land in the city’s Performing Arts Precinct.
Pedestrian safety is behind changes to restrict goods vehicle access along Oxford Terrace and Cashel Street.
Christchurch City Council has approved a new design direction for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena in an effort to minimise a multi-million dollar cost increase to the central city’s final anchor project.
Christchurch City Councillors will decide at an extraordinary Council meeting on Thursday the design direction for the preliminary design phase for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA).
The final property required for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena site has been settled, with the Crown reaching an agreement with the owners to buy 212–214 Madras Street.
An authentic Irish pub named after a colourful Irishman will take up residence in one of Christchurch’s smallest heritage buildings – Shand's Emporium.
Established Christchurch developers will start work this year on redeveloping the old Christchurch Convention Centre site opposite the Town Hall.
Planning rule changes to manage Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA) noise during concerts and large events will be sent for Ministerial approval after being accepted at today’s Council meeting.