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PUBLISHED AT 1 month ago (11 May 2017)
With the Minister’s approval of the Recovery Plan in December 2016
Council are keen to get started on the long-awaited roading work in the Kaiapoi
East and Kaiapoi South regeneration areas.
PUBLISHED AT 2 months ago (21 Apr 2017)
As Waimakariri District Council gets
underway with the implementation of the Recovery Plan’s top priorities, roads
and infrastructure in the Kaiapoi East and South regeneration areas, it
received news of national awards acknowledging the planning and community
participation involved with developing the draft Waimakariri Red Zone Recovery
PUBLISHED AT 2 months ago (07 Apr 2017)
We are currently working with Land Information New
Zealand (LINZ) to determine how the regeneration areas in the Recovery Plan
will be transferred to Council and Te Kōhaka o Tūhaitara Trust.