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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 Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch provides a vision, goals and a road map for ensuring the success of Christchurch for recovery and future leadership in earthquake resilience.
- Download a PDF version of the Recovery Strategy [PDF 2.2MB]
The Recovery Strategy was approved by the Canterbury Earthquake (Recovery Strategy Approval) Order 2012 made by the Governor-General. The Order in Council was notified in the New Zealand Gazette No. 61 on Thursday 31 May 2012.
- Read the Canterbury Earthquake (Recovery Strategy Approval) Order 2012 »
- Read the PDF version (the notice is on p1745) [PDF 403KB]
Regulatory Impact Statement
The Regulatory Impact Statement for the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch, was considered as part of the approval of the Recovery Strategy. Read the Regulatory Impact Statement »
About this publication
Published in May 2012 by
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority
Christchurch, New Zealand
ISBN 978-0-477-10359-6 (print)
ISBN 978-0-477-10361-9 (online)
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (2012). Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch Mahere Haumanutanga o Waitaha. Christchurch: Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority.
This Recovery Strategy has been developed in consultation with Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council, Selwyn District Council, Waimakariri District Council, and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu.
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