Inner City Wellington has launched two petitions in response to concerns raised at a public meeting of residential owners in earthquake-prone buildings. Information on the meeting is available on our website, under Library - EQ seminars ... (www.innercitywellington.nz)
Petition for comprehensive support
Calls for the Government to provide comprehensive financial, technical and advisory support interventions for residential owners in earthquake-prone buildings.
More information on this petition and a link to sign the petition is in the first attached document.
To sign petition: copy and paste direct link:
Petition to review the earthquake-prone provisions in the Building Act 2004
Calls for the Government to undertake a review of the earthquake-prone provisions to take account of the significantly higher strengthening costs compared to those used in the policy process, the stretched engineering and construction sectors, and the need to focus scarce resources on public safety priorities.
For more information and a link to the petition, see the second document below.
To sign petition, copy and paste this direct link: www.parliament.nz...
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