Buildings and public art, such as clocks, memorials, statues and fountains, are part of the heritage of our city. They give us a real sense of how the city has grown as well as commemorating our past, present and future.
Adding to our public spaces these features provide us with an environment that is both enjoyable and thought-provoking.
Neil Dawson's magnificent Chalice sculpture is located in Christchurch's Cathedral Square.
Information about the five closed cemeteries that Council manages, plus cemetery records.
Booklets looking at specific buildings which have had their existence threatened or have been the subject of retention and conservation projects.
Report & maps providing a broad overview and understanding of the city and its development in the last 150 years