New Zealand Geospatial Catalogue
Land zone technical categories
View the Land Zone Technical Categories map »
PDF versions of the technical categories maps (as at 23 March 2012)
Green Zone Technical Category factsheet [PDF 720KB]
Land damage and geotechnical maps
For land damage and geotechnical information specific to the Waimakariri District Council and Christchurch City Council areas click on the links below.
This geotechnical information was released to the public on 19 July 2011.
It is NOT the latest data which will be used to make the final decisions on rezoning.
The Brooklands and Spencerville information is part of a wider data set that was released to the public on 19 July 2011.
A small “band” of information had been missed off the maps (essentially a gap between the data from Waimakariri and Christchurch City Council that includes Brooklands and Spencerville). After public requests CERA decided to include the complete map set on the website to give a better overal picture of the state of the area.
However, it is NOT the latest data which will be used to make the final decisions on rezoning. The latest lidar information is still being compiled and analysed and will be released at the time the decisions are made in the next few months.
For more information about land damage, including videos of Tonkin & Taylor geotechnical presentations, please see the land damage information page.
Kaiapoi and Pines Beach
Maps showing the affected Waimakariri District, Kaiapoi Ward areas as at 18 August 2011.
Maps are colour A3 PDFs.
Map showing the affected Port Hills areas as at 5 September 2011. The map is a colour A3 PDF.
Interim process for rebuilding in white zone areas
Supporting maps for the interim process enabling some white zone commercial property owners in Canterbury to begin the repair or rebuilding process as at 15 September 2011.
For more information read the "Interim process for rebuilding in white zone areas" press release (12 September 2011) from the Earthquake Recovery Minister.
Both maps are colour A3 PDFs.