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The Cathedral File released to public

The Cathedral File

As announced by the Minister for Earthquake Recovery, Gerry Brownlee, the documentation currently held by CERA with regard to the Christ Church Cathedral has been made public.

Privacy constraints means some names and email addresses have been removed from the documents, and commercially sensitive information has also been removed.

This release follows the previous upload of documents in November last year.

The documents can be downloaded below:

Release 1: November 4 2011

In five parts

The Christchurch Cathedral file (part 1) [PDF 12MB]

The Christchurch Cathedral file (part 2) [PDF 8MB]

The Christchurch Cathedral file (part 3) [PDF 5MB]

The Christchurch Cathedral file (part 4) [PDF 28MB]

The Christchurch Cathedral file (part 5) [PDF 15MB]

Complete document

The Christchurch Cathedral file (large) 4 November 2011 (high resolution) [PDF 66MB]

The Christchurch Cathedral file (small) 4 November 2011 (high resolution) [PDF 35MB]

Release 2: April 27 2012

Part 1: Reports

Report 1: Holmes Consulting Group report, 7 November 2011 - Interim make safe works [PDF 2MB]

Report 2: Holmes report, 12 December 2011 - Christ Church Cathedral phase 1 securing works [PDF 6MB]

Report 3: Holmes report, 11 January 2012 - Updated preliminary post earthquake structural damage survey [PDF 3.3MB]

Report 4: Holmes report, 23 January 2012 - Securing works options, attached correspondence regarding this report [PDF 7.5MB]

o Report 4, photo 1 [PDF 12MB]

o Report 4, photo 2 [PDF 11MB]

o Report 4, photo 3 [PDF 7.5MB]

Report 5: Holmes report, 9 February 2012 - Revised phase 1 & 2 make safe works – maximum retention option, with attached correspondence [PDF 4MB]

Report 6: Holmes report, 14 February 2012 - Revised make safe works – minimum shoring option [PDF 2MB]

Part 2: Communications

Communications 1: Cathedral authorities press release, 26 October 2011. Miscellaneous emails, in date order, letter from Warwick Isaacs to Church Property Trustees, 2 November 2011. Church Property Trustees’ response with signed section 38 notice, 8 November 2011. Meeting notes, 19 December 2011 [PDF 5MB]

Communications 2: People’s Steeple, recived by CERA, 9 January 2012 [PDF 1MB]

Part 3: Contractors information

Contractors information: Interim make safe works documents, health and safety plan [PDF 6MB]

Complete document

The Christ Church Cathedral file 27 April 2012 [PDF 67MB]


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