Fri, 15 Jun 2012 6:12p.m.
The Government has made a surprise announcement allowing quake-hit families in Christchurch to appeal the zoning of their land.
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16/06/2012 12:07:03 a.m.
Brent & Shirley Cairns wrote:
!, Red Zoning decisions are deemed unlawful as Brownlee has breached the purposes of the CERA legislation, especially the portion where he has to enable communities to be involved in the decision making process
2, Red Zoning targets low cost homes and land, where as it should be on condition of the land only. Hence why you have Parklands residents green zoned and swimming in liquefaction, where as red zoned Kaiapoi residents are sitting in perfectly good homes???
3, Red Zoning has no legal standing
4, Red Zoning and the way it has been handled breaches a large number of our basic human rights.
5, Red Zoning has meant that insurance companies are able to pay far less to the home owners.
6, Every red zoned resident we have spoken too that have accepted either of the Govt offered has suffered between $100-300K loss.
7, Brownlee in the cabinet papers when red zoning Kaiapoi mislead cabinet stating the majority of homes in the red zone were generally rebuilds, when it was never the case.
All we want is a fair deal...
Or to be left alone and be able to choose where we choose to live, with out being bullied or threatened
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