A new Government unit has been set up to oversee the rebuild of central Christchurch after the city council was initially leading the way with a vision put together with public input.
The new unit, called the Christchurch Central Development Unit is an extension of the Government's Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) and will be led by Cera demolitions boss Warwick Isaacs.
It will work in partnership with the city council, with council staff working alongside Cera staff in the unit. The unit will have 100 days to put together a blueprint for the the rebuild.
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