Port Hills GNS Science report findings to be released
Friday 22 August
Port Hills GNS Science report
findings to be released
Today, Christchurch City
Council will release GNS Science reports that detail the
level of risk in eight mass movement (landslide) areas in
the Port Hills.
These new reports follows the first GNS
Science mass movement report released in November 2013,
assessing the nature of the hazards and if these hazards
pose a risk to life, homes and critical
The Council commissioned the reports in
response to the 2010/2011 Canterbury Earthquakes.
Council will not be making further comment until after the
reports are released.
WHAT: Port Hills
GNS Science report findings
WHO: Chief Planning Officer
WHEN: Friday 22 August,
WHERE: Function Room, Level One,
Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street,
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