Projects and related Works
The rebuild is a huge task and not everything can be done at once. Determining the rebuild schedule is a complex and important task. There is a well thought out prioritisation process in place to drive the schedule.
Many things are considered as part of the prioritisation process. Priority is being given to the worst-damaged areas that affect the highest number of people. Find out more about the work schedule by reading the frequently asked questions or reading the media release.
Other work happening in the city- An Accessible City
An Accessible City is being delivered by the Christchurch City Council and Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. This is the transport chapter of the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan, which aims to improve traffic flow and provide safer, more people-friendly and enjoyable ways for people to get around our Central City.
The first phase of transport projects have been prioritised to align with the delivery of the key anchor projects: Te Papa Ōtākaro / Avon River Precinct, Health Precinct, East Frame, South Frame and the Bus Interchange.
To date two of the first eight priority projects have been completed: Hagley / Moorhouse Corner and Hospital Corner Stage 1. Three more projects are currently underway: Colombo Street, Lichfield Street and Tuam Street. The next three projects proposed for Hospital Corner (Stage 2), parts of Durham Street / Cambridge Terrace and parts of Manchester Street have yet to be approved by Council.