Creating a modern, sustainable city
Businesses and neighbours of the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena now have certainty about how many concerts and large events can be held there as Christchurch City Council’s recommended planning rule changes to manage noise from the venue have been approved.
Christchurch City Council has identified which areas of the city are unsuitable for enabling more housing under the government’s new rules.
Christchurch City Council is going to end its Central City Residential Development Contributions Rebate Scheme because it has done its job.
A rebate scheme set up to incentivise residential development in Christchurch’s city centre after the earthquakes could be stopped because the central city housing market is now booming.
All design options considered for the Wheels to Wings Papanui ki Waiwhetū cycleway will be on display as part of three public information days in October.
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.
A new development contributions policy will ensure that Christchurch City Council fairly recovers some of the costs of providing infrastructure for new residential and commercial developments.
Canterbury Museum has been given resource consent to proceed with a proposed multimillion-dollar redevelopment of its Rolleston Avenue buildings.