100 action-less weeks for TC3 residents
Thu, 26 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
They call it the 100 day plan. It will actually be day 103 when it is finally unveiled to the people of Christchurch on Monday.
It is the blueprint for the CBD - how the new Christchurch city centre will look, how big it will be, how high the buildings will stand and what will go where.
But at the same time as the plan is revealed, a protest march will wind its way through the city.
The protestors are residents who say after waiting for action for 100 weeks, they would very much like a 100 day plan themselves.
As Jendy Harper explains, many of the residents live in a zone called TC3, or "green-blue".
Watch the video to see their story.
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3/09/2012 7:47:32 p.m.
Thank you John, your tireless support has helped us far more than you will ever realise
Residents of Christchurch
30/07/2012 10:20:05 p.m.
I live in a TC2 area. We have broken sewerage pipes, broken bricks, cracks in our windows and window frames. Our house is cold and we haven't been assessed or fixed and are still awaiting our Feb 22nd and june 13th contents payout. We live on the so-called "Western good side" and none of our neighbours have been fixed either. This is such a huge disaster that has happened and it bothers me that people accuse the govt/eqc/insurance of forgetting people in certain "areas" like TC3. We are all in this together!!!
28/07/2012 4:07:20 p.m.
It has gone beyond a joke. There is independent help out there. Public adjustors are getting results. I know Proclaims are getting good results for people.
27/07/2012 6:52:03 p.m.
Peter Lynch wrote:
Come on TC3 CHCH residents, stand up for your right now!!! come to the Rally Monday night next 5.30pm & have your say.TC3 Resident Peter Lynch Cantabrians Unite
27/07/2012 11:34:17 a.m.
As a resident in the green-blue zone, it angers me that our council feels the need to build libraries and art centers when we don't even have our homes. We have no choice but to stay there as EQC and insurance are shredding no light. Dissipointing.
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