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A pop-up theatre is in line for a $49,855 Enliven Places Projects Fund grant, if the Christchurch City Council accepts an Innovation and Sustainable Development Committee recommendation.
Work to repair and restore the damaged heritage clock towers in New Brighton and Scarborough will begin in July.
Are you curious about the amazing playground on the roof of Cathedral Grammar, a dining hall at Christ’s College that mirrors Hogwarts, and Christchurch’s only vertical school, Ao Tawhiti?
Protecting Christchurch’s drinking water supply and improving the health of the city’s waterways while keeping rates at below forecast levels are the key focus of Christchurch City Council’s 2019-20 Annual Plan.
Christchurch City Council is working collaboratively with the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) over the level of funding it will receive for a number of transport projects planned for the city.
The Global Settlement, which will provide clarity on outstanding matters from the Crown and Council’s 2013 Cost Sharing Agreement, will be finalised in August.
An extra 100 electric scooters are now available to rent in Christchurch as Beam joins Lime in offering e-scooters for hire.
Flood protection work in Christchurch’s southwest has lessened the risk of properties near the Heathcote flooding and created a new wetland area and walking tracks for the public to enjoy.
Christchurch City Council is meeting on Thursday, 27 June. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting are:
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