A group of people are working together on helpful information about how to get around and what's on offer in our buzzing central city.

We appreciate all the business and property owners, organisations, groups and citizens who are creating our new central city.

Christchurch City Council

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The Council is upgrading the travel network to provide a compact, people and cycle-friendly core to support the economic, social and environmental recovery of the central city.

We are also responsible for the infrastructure that makes the central city work, as well as providing the pools, parks and libraries people love.

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Ōtākaro Limited

Ōtākaro Limited is building major Government-funded projects for people in the Central City: the Convention Centre, Avon River Precinct, South Frame, East Frame, Metro Sports Facility. 

These are places for people to connect, play and learn—places to be active or relax.

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ChristchurchNZ's role is to optimise the economic and social opportunities that tourism, major events, city promotion and economic development can bring to Christchurch and Canterbury.  



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Metro delivers Christchurch’s bus and ferry services. Each time you get onboard with Metro, you’re making a positive difference to our city. Pick up a Metro card and give it a go – fares are at least 30% cheaper than paying cash. Metro is proudly provided by Environment Canterbury.(external link) 

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Regenerate Christchurch

Regenerate Christchurch is at the heart of leading our city from recovery to regeneration.

They want Christchurch to be a vibrant city with opportunities for people to grow, connect and thrive

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The Arts Centre

An independent charity, the Arts Centre belongs to the people of Canterbury and is held in trust for them as a place for arts, culture, education and creativity.

Greater Christchurch Group

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Greater Christchurch Group of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is coordinating central Government’s ongoing regeneration work in Christchurch.

The group also monitors and reports on overall regeneration progress.

The Central City Business Association (CCBA)

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The Central City Business Association (CCBA) supports businesses and property owners in Christchurch’s Central City.

The goal is to encourage Christchurch people to support the many creative and diverse “pioneers” who have set up their businesses in our emerging new city centre.