Tag: C.C.C.

Christ Church Cathedral- Deputation To The CCC Earthquake Forum by Rob Hall, GM SouthernN.Z.H.P.T.

Rob Hall has generously provided us with the text of his Deputation to the C.C.C. Earthquake Forum.

CCC Earthquake Forum: Cathedral Church of Christ (Christchurch Cathedral)

Deputation: Rob Hall, General Manager (Southern), NZHPT           (more…)

Independent Engineers Report On How to Restore Christ Church Cathedral Presentation To C.C.C. Committee 5th March

SAVING HERITAGEThe  Independent Panel of Structural Engineers report on how to restore the Cathedral is being presented to C.C.C.  Community, Recreation and Culture Committee tomorrow at:
9.0am. 5th March-The Function Room, Level 1, Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street
"This is an extremely important presentation to the Cmttee chaired by Councillor Yani Johanson." Mark Belton Restore Christ Church Cathedral.

UPDATED: Christchurch City Council Rearranges Its Committees.

The C.C.C. has simplified its Committee structure
by creating 4 new committees [and disestablishing 7]
The new Committees are the following:

People Community, Recreation and Culture
Environment and Infrastructure
Corporate and Finance

The Heritage and Arts Committee has been absorbed into the People Community, Recreation and Culture Committee.
The new Council Committees will meet once a month.

Details are as follows-

[Updated] the Committee will meet for the first time  at 9.30 am on the 31st July and starting in September will convene in the first week of every month. (more…)

UPDATED: Cranmer Courts On the C.C.C. Agenda 11th October

Christchurch City Council passed Councillor Broughton's motion by 5 votes to 4.
The Meeting has received widespread media coverage. The Press.   TV3
National Radio's Checkpoint are running the headline "Protestors thrown out of fiery council meeting in Christchurch".

Dr. Lochhead has generously provided us with the text of his Deputation. (more…)

The Christchurch Town Hall- C.C.C. Vote To Retain Only Auditorium If Feasible

Text of letter published in  The Press provides a succinct summary.


Christchurch Town Hall

The decision by Christchurch City Councillors to retain only the auditorium of the Christchurch Town Hall (if feasible) and replace the entrance and foyer space with a new structure is surprising since the draft Annual Plan listed full restoration as the preferred option at a cost of only $10 million in excess of insurance cover.  (more…)