Cost sharing agreement between the Crown and the Christchurch City Council

On 27 June 2013 a $4.8 billion cost-sharing deal between the Christchurch City Council and the Crown was announced. The agreement covered the rebuilding of Christchurch’s earthquake-damaged infrastructure and key anchor projects in the central city.
 
The deal was a significant milestone, giving certainty to residents, developers, business and investors around funding and allowing the rebuild to ramp up.

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