Christchurch is a 21st century city of opportunity. We are working with a variety of public partners to deliver on this vision.
Christchurch City Council provides all the services and activities needed to keep the city running. Since the earthquakes, the council has focused on getting popular community facilities back up and running, repairing the city’s earthquake-damaged roads and underground pipes, helping communities plan for the revitalisation of key suburban hubs, making sure our consenting and regulatory processes are helping the rebuild and working with our partner agencies on the wider regeneration of our city and surrounding region.
ChristchurchNZ is the city’s economic development and city profile agency charged with igniting bold ambition, excitement, connecting changemakers, stimulating economic activity and attracting visitors to Ōtautahi Christchurch.
Regenerate Christchurch was established in 2016 to lead the regeneration of Christchurch by working with the community, iwi and local businesses to drive regeneration in key areas, including the central city, residential red zones and Southshore/South New Brighton.
Ōtākaro Limited is delivering Crown-led anchor projects in central Christchurch and divesting the balance of Crown land. It aims to balance a desire to achieve good commercial outcomes with the Crown’s regeneration objectives.
Greater Christchurch Group, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC): The Greater Christchurch Group (GCG) works with colleagues across government, Ōtākaro Limited and Regenerate Christchurch, to provide consistent and connected advice to ministers. GCG’s approach is to provide a whole-of-government response through regular liaison with other relevant agencies and community groups.