Land Use Recovery Plan Update

22 Nov 2013 |

The Christchurch City Council did not endorse the Land Use Recovery Plan (LURP) on 21 November 2013. At the Mayor’s request, a further meeting is planned today, 22 November, with the Minister for Earthquake Recovery. The Government has previously signalled that it hoped to make a final decision and gazette the LURP by the end of November.

The LURP identifies the location for future development in Greater Christchurch, as well as a range of regulatory responses to assist earthquake recovery priorities, including a review of regional and district plans. The draft LURP was prepared by the local and regional authorities in conjunction with Ngāi Tahu, New Zealand Transport Agency and CERA. A key aspect of the LURP is the release of land for housing purposes.

A full copy of the Minister’s press release can be found here. You can also read more about LURP in our previous articles.

For further information regarding the LURP and its implications please contact Jen Crawford .

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