Roles, responsibilities, and funding of public entities after the Canterbury earthquakes

This report discusses the response of public entities. The recovery calls for many public entities to work in new and challenging ways. As this report shows, the administrative arrangements for the recovery are complex, reflecting a wide-ranging and challenging programme of tasks.
 
For Canterbury to recover successfully, public entities must work collaboratively. If collaborating fails, recovery efforts can be hampered, causing delays and ‒ in the end ‒ poor outcomes for affected communities.

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