What the Council is doing around earthquake-prone buildings. Information for building owners and visitors.
New rules for dealing with earthquake-prone buildings including the main changes and building owners’ roles and responsibilities. These are expected to come into effect between April 2017 and May 2018.
The Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016 (external link) changes how earthquake-prone buildings are identified and dealt with under the Building Act 2004 (external link) .
The Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016 and how it affects buildings.
The Council issues a section 124 notice to require the owner of a building to do work, erect a hoarding, fence or warning sign, or to take action regarding earthquake-prone buildings.
Assistance with Heritage buildings and consenting.
Follow this four-step process to ensure your building is safe after an earthquake.
Earthquake-prone, dangerous & insanitary buildings policy.
Christchurch City Council register of earthquake-prone buildings.
How to get in touch if you have a query about a building.