The Christchurch Central Recovery Plan (CCRP) outlines the future development of central Christchurch.It incorporates a spatial Blueprint Plan developed by a professional consortium working with the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority's Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) over a 100 day period.
Kete is a community built digital library of arts, local, cultural and heritage resources and knowledge. It contains material from public and private collections; and promotes and supports the creation and sharing of everyday cultural and heritage content. Kete aims to get privately owned papers and photographs out from under beds and sitting alongside public archive and photograph collections. Kete offers local communities the opportunity to capture contemporary and heritage memories and stories, supports historical and local societies to share their material in an online forum, and is a community space to celebrate who we are, how we live and what we do, through photographs, video, audio footage and stories.
These images of early Christchurch and Canterbury have been digitised from the collections of Christchurch City Libraries. They have been sourced from newspapers, archives, books, reports and donations from private collections.
Barbadoes Street Cemetery, the city’s oldest, first opened in 1851. Includes Barbadoes Street Cemetery Tour Guide based on cemetery tours that take place as part of annual Heritage Week events. The guides are from the research and notes of Richard L.
This resource was created in 1998 by digitising a Project Resource Pack published in 1990 and has seen several revisions since. Sources for the Project Resource Packs were the The Press, The Star, The Star-Sun and New Zealand Weekly News.
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