To ensure the ongoing quality of information accessed through In the Know, we use the following process:
This process is based on an understanding that all participants engage in an open and responsible discussion that generates better information flow, leads to greater resident confidence in information and greatly improves residents’ peace of mind or independence to make the right decisions – for themselves, their families or those in their care.
Anyone can submit a question about the rebuild and repair process in greater Canterbury. However, individual residents with questions may find it useful to talk to neighbours, friends or local community leaders first. These people may have the answer. If not, talking to others is still useful, to help make sure that the question you submit is relevant to a group of people and is phrased clearly enough to get the level of answer that you need. (A community leader could be any person who establishes and maintains relationships with a broad range of people to understand earthquake-related community issues – for example, a Street Coordinator, a Scout or Guide leader, a coach…)
We ask everyone in greater Christchurch to be a part of this process and make sure that questions being raised and heard in local communities are being submitted. If you have something, then please use the following form.
If you are not comfortable using this form, please contact your local community group or resident’s association for assistance.
If you are having trouble submitting a question or finding information on this site, please email us at email@example.com