Our central neighbourhoods

Discover the Central City’s interesting, diverse neighbourhoods, each with its own unique characteristics, strengths and opportunities.

A number of Central City neighbourhoods are relatively new, others are well established with distinctive character and heritage features.

The established residential neighbourhoods in northern and western aspects of the Central City have a growing residential population. The emerging neighbourhoods to the south offer great opportunities for further residential growth, especially once key anchor projects, including Metro Sports Facility, the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena and South Frame laneways are completed.

 It is estimated that 8080 people chose to call the Central City home (as of June 2021).

Central City neighbourhood map

As part of the Council’s Central City Residential Programme(external link), Central City neighbourhoods have been identified to help focus future investigation and planning.

Select an area to learn more about the neighbourhood, including relevant neighbourhood groups/resident associations.

If you would like to know more information about the work the Council is doing in Central City neighbourhoods please contact centralcity@ccc.govt.nz

Victoria


Moa


Avon Loop


Inner City West


Core


Latimer


Chester East


Hagley


Central City South


South East


Waikura/Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board

The Central City is within the Central Ward of the Waikura/Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board. The Councillor for the Central Ward is Jake McLellan(external link).

Find out more about the elected members, latest news, funding and resources.(external link)