Introduction to repairing and rebuilding houses affected by the Canterbury earthquakes - Part D: Guidelines for the geotechnical investigation and assessment of subdivisions in the Canterbury region

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2
Valid from
1/12/2012

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Section 175 guidance
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PDF

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In support of both plan change applications and subdivision consent applications, appropriate geotechnical investigations shall be carried out, and stand-alone geotechnical reports prepared by a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng.) with competence in geotechnical engineering. The reports shall combine all relevant geotechnical information in both a factual and interpretive manner, provide justifiable statements about all pertinent geotechnical aspects and consider relevant RMA section 106 issues.

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Introduction to repairing and rebuilding houses affected by the Canterbury earthquakes - Part D: Guidelines for the geotechnical investigation and assessment of subdivisions in the Canterbury region

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In support of both plan change applications and subdivision consent applications, appropriate geotechnical investigations shall be carried out, and stand-alone geotechnical reports prepared by a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng.) with competence in geotechnical engineering. The reports shall combine all relevant geotechnical information in both a factual and interpretive manner, provide justifiable statements about all pertinent geotechnical aspects and consider relevant RMA section 106 issues.

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Introduction to repairing and rebuilding houses affected by the Canterbury earthquakes - Part D: Guidelines for the geotechnical investigation and assessment of subdivisions in the Canterbury region
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In support of both plan change applications and subdivision consent applications, appropriate geotechnical investigations shall be carried out, and stand-alone geotechnical reports prepared by a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng.) with competence in geotechnical engineering. The reports shall combine all relevant geotechnical information in both a factual and interpretive manner, provide justifiable statements about all pertinent geotechnical aspects and consider relevant RMA section 106 issues.

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