This is the link to the New Zealand Archives website http://archives.govt.nz/advice/intentions-dispose/canterbury-earthquake-recovery-authority . At this page you can submit your comments in relation to the shedding of documentation planned around the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. On the website the documentation intended for disposal is listed including submissions on related legislation such as Submissions from CERA and redrafted City Council Planning Provisions; Rapid Responses including correspondence between CERA and the Minister; Cross Agency meeting papers such as meeting minutes; Security administration including red zone identification.
New Zealand Archives state:
This appraisal report and schedule covers records of all formats created and used by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) in carrying out its core functions. CERA is the agency leading and coordinating the on-going recovery effort following the devastating Canterbury earthquake sequence of 2010 and 2011. The records covered in this retention and disposal schedule encompass all hardcopy and electronic records created and received by CERA.”
For further information on why these documents should not be destroyed see the following links:
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