The inside story on plans for Christchurch
Mon, 30 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
Natasha Utting is the only journalist to have had the privilege of seeing the Christchuch city blueprint before today.
She spent some time with CERA's development team last week to get a full picture of the new city.
Watch the video to see her in-depth tour of the plan.
Post a Comment
Before commenting, please take the time to read our moderation guide
(Won't be published)
31/07/2012 7:29:18 p.m.
I think the council need to work with buildong owners regarding their property how insane to want to pull down a heritage building and the NG Building is definitely worth preserving!!!
31/07/2012 2:59:22 p.m.
Diane Smith wrote:
I feel absolutely gutted at the progress made with the CBD plans for restructure. We live in New Brighton, and are paying between $400-$600 per month to keep warm in our cold shattered houses, with no insurance relief, rates relief, electricity relief etc and no time frames given for TC3 land. Mr Brownlie may have dished out heaters for the elderly but we certainly can't afford to run them.
31/07/2012 7:36:45 a.m.
Scott Burgess wrote:
It's all good and well for this new Blueprint, but I'm sure 90% of those people in Canterbury really want the same amount of attention put on the roads and Eastern part of the city. You still need somewhere for all the workers and there families to live?.
Three weeks ago, Winston Peters made a speech to Grey Power in Takapuna, entitled - "Auckland, super city or sin city?"
Peter Dunne has resigned as a minister; but is that enough for Winston Peters?
Conservation Minister Nick Smith says the decision he is about to make is the toughest of his career.
Is it easier to get a parking ticket in Wellington, or in Auckland?
Reporter Lachlan Forsyth talks to the experts who have been crunching the numbers about Auckland housing.
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.