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THX 4 THE MEMORIES – Avonside photographic exhibition now online.

The 22nd of August 2013 was the official opening of the Avonside photography project Thx 4 the Memories exhibited along Worcester Street. It consisted of photographs of Avonside people by Bridgit Anderson and Tim Veling along with snippets of their … Continue reading

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Avonside photography project – Official opening of Thx 4 the Memories

Yesterday was the official opening of the Avonside photography project Thx 4 the Memories. I was invited to speak on behalf of Avonside, and the following are my notes which were pretty closely followed. What was said didn’t cover everything, … Continue reading

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AA Insurance – more on the July progress update

In my post on the 10th of August (here) the observation was made that nearly half the AA Insurance rebuilds had “been cashed settled which, on the face of it, suggests a full replacement policy isn’t all it was advertised … Continue reading

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EQC – Additional information posted on the Home Repair Programme page

EQC have added more important material to the Home Repair Programme page here. The headings for the additions are: Find out more information about the Canterbury Home Repair Programme Find out more about pre existing building issues The issue of … Continue reading

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EQC, floor levels and (in)competency

Yesterday Radio New Zealand (here) ran an item where EQC was accused of: “employing unqualified surveyors to measure how level floors are – using inadequate measuring methods – and thousands of houses are being wrongly assessed.” To this EQC spokesman … Continue reading

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