The Regeneration Strategy process

We all need to work together to identify and develop options that are acceptable and viable. You can influence decisions by getting involved. Throughout the Regeneration Strategy process there are opportunities for you to help shape the Strategy by providing your input and giving your feedback.


PHASE 1: What is this all about?

  • What does a Regeneration Strategy for Southshore South New Brighton actually mean?
  • What’s important to you about living here?

Get involved: Tell us what you value about your community. Establishing what’s important to you about living here will help shape the options later on in the process.




PHASE 2: What we know

Information about the area has been gathered together in a 'baseline assessment'. This information uses the internationally agreed best science data for climate change, and applies it to the local area. This data may change over time as new information becomes available, but it is a starting point.

Get involved: Share your knowledge and observations about the local environment as we build our collective knowledge of this area.




PHASE 3: Coming up with options

  • What are the options?
  • What are your ideas for how we can respond to the changes in our environment?
  • You've identified what you value - so what level of risk to those things are you prepared to accept or tolerate, and what is unacceptable?

This will help identify the 'triggers' for when we need to take action.

Collectively, we also need to come up with decision-making criteria for evaluating the options.

Get involved: Come along to a workshop or go online to tell us what options you'd like to see.




PHASE 4: Evaluating the options

Using the criteria, we collectively need to narrow the list down to the best options.

We want the options that are recommended to decision-makers to have the support of the communities and the agencies.

Get involved: Give your feedback on what's proposed.




PHASE 5: Writing the Regeneration Strategy?

The draft Regeneration Strategy will be published for public comment.



While this Regeneration Strategy is focused on Southshore and South New Brighton, the effects of climate change, including sea level rise, affects other areas in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula, and the conversation about possible options for adaptation and implementation has implications for the whole city.



NEXT STEPS

The Regeneration Strategy will be provided to the Christchurch City Council, Environment Canterbury, Ngai Tahu, the Crown and the community, as advice from Regenerate Christchurch. The next step is to develop an implementation plan that addresses funding, delivery, governance, decision-making and legislation.

We all need to work together to identify and develop options that are acceptable and viable. You can influence decisions by getting involved. Throughout the Regeneration Strategy process there are opportunities for you to help shape the Strategy by providing your input and giving your feedback.


PHASE 1: What is this all about?

  • What does a Regeneration Strategy for Southshore South New Brighton actually mean?
  • What’s important to you about living here?

Get involved: Tell us what you value about your community. Establishing what’s important to you about living here will help shape the options later on in the process.




PHASE 2: What we know

Information about the area has been gathered together in a 'baseline assessment'. This information uses the internationally agreed best science data for climate change, and applies it to the local area. This data may change over time as new information becomes available, but it is a starting point.

Get involved: Share your knowledge and observations about the local environment as we build our collective knowledge of this area.




PHASE 3: Coming up with options

  • What are the options?
  • What are your ideas for how we can respond to the changes in our environment?
  • You've identified what you value - so what level of risk to those things are you prepared to accept or tolerate, and what is unacceptable?

This will help identify the 'triggers' for when we need to take action.

Collectively, we also need to come up with decision-making criteria for evaluating the options.

Get involved: Come along to a workshop or go online to tell us what options you'd like to see.




PHASE 4: Evaluating the options

Using the criteria, we collectively need to narrow the list down to the best options.

We want the options that are recommended to decision-makers to have the support of the communities and the agencies.

Get involved: Give your feedback on what's proposed.




PHASE 5: Writing the Regeneration Strategy?

The draft Regeneration Strategy will be published for public comment.



While this Regeneration Strategy is focused on Southshore and South New Brighton, the effects of climate change, including sea level rise, affects other areas in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula, and the conversation about possible options for adaptation and implementation has implications for the whole city.



NEXT STEPS

The Regeneration Strategy will be provided to the Christchurch City Council, Environment Canterbury, Ngai Tahu, the Crown and the community, as advice from Regenerate Christchurch. The next step is to develop an implementation plan that addresses funding, delivery, governance, decision-making and legislation.