Reflections on recovery: Episode 2

In this interview excerpt, CCDU Principal Advisor Andrew Bowman talks about the consortium which came together to deliver the blueprint for Christchurch’s central city in 100 days.

“You had a community perspective and a business perspective and a council perspective and then the Government perspective, all coming together into one cohesive plan.”

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