Draft Recovery Strategy development
Monitoring and reporting
An important part of recovery is understanding its pace and progress.
By monitoring and reporting on the recovery we can assess the effectiveness of recovery activities.
We can also identify the areas that may require additional effort or change.
The draft Recovery Strategy for greater Christchurch proposed a road map for recovery from the earthquakes, including direction for major activities required to make the recovery effective, timely and well-coordinated.
Public consultation on the draft Recovery Strategy is closed. The period for comments was from Monday 12 September to Sunday 30 October 2011.
The draft Recovery Strategy
The draft Recovery Strategy can be viewed and downloaded here:
Summary and analysis of written comments
View the Summary and Analysis of Written Comments on the draft Recovery Strategy [PDF 540KB]
Thank you to everyone who made written comments on the draft Recovery Strategy or were involved in the eight community workshops held in June and July 2011. Comments received on the draft Recovery Strategy are now available to view.
- Individuals who commented (names and contacts have been removed) [Excel file 650KB]
- Organisations who commented [Excel file 243KB]
- Longer comments from individuals [PDF 770KB]
- Longer comments from organisations [PDF 13MB]
The draft Recovery Strategy was developed with the community. The results of the community workshops and invited written submissions assisted with the development of the draft Recovery Strategy.
These reports summarise the input received:
Introduction to the draft Recovery Strategy