Latest update 24 Feb 2017
Work to upgrade the few remaining blocks of St Asaph Street, Tuam Street and Hagley Avenue will get underway on 27 February as part of An Accessible City.
Latest update 23 Feb 2017
The sixth anniversary of the February 22 earthquake is a significant moment for Cantabrians and all those affected by the devastating events of that day in 2011.
Latest update 15 Feb 2017
A significant kōhatu pounamu installation has been placed near the entrance to the Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial.
Latest update 08 Feb 2017
Some of the projects being delivered by Ōtākaro Limited involve changes to the traffic network. Information is now available on these changes.
Latest update 03 Feb 2017
Horatio Street and the bulk of Balfour Terrace from Antigua Street will be permanently closed from Friday 10 February to allow work to continue on the Metro Sport Facility Site.
Latest update 24 Jan 2017
The Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial that will be dedicated next month has been shaped by many whose lives were most profoundly impacted by the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Latest update 21 Dec 2016
Students aged between four and 15 from two Christchurch schools have designed a 130 metre mural to help bring to life the East Frame while construction of the public space is carried out.
Latest update 20 Dec 2016
Construction of the first apartments in the East Frame Residential Development will begin in late March/early April 2017.
Latest update 19 Dec 2016
Land remediation work is about to get underway on the Metro Sports Facility site. Ōtākaro Limited is preparing the 70,000m2 site ahead of main construction work beginning in winter 2017.