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Emergency Recovery 28 Mar 2024

Categorisation update - 22 March

Property categorisations are advancing in Auckland with March being a busy month for the recovery team

Emergency Recovery 28 Mar 2024

Deputy Mayor advocates to the banking sector

Deputy Mayor Desley Simpson and members of the Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Office leadership team met with representatives from the New Zealand Banking Association (NZBA) recently to discuss Auckland’s recovery.

Emergency Recovery 28 Mar 2024

Homes at risk from future flooding and landslips urged to join categorisation programme

Storm-affected homeowners will have until 30 September 2024 to opt-in to Auckland Council’s categorisation programme and have their home assessed for future flood or landslide risk.

Emergency Recovery 27 Mar 2024

Red Cross ‘home bundles’ offer a little more hope to struggling households

New Zealand Red Cross and the Recovery Office are giving a little more hope to storm-impacted households across Tāmaki Makaurau.

Emergency Recovery 27 Mar 2024

$1.6m boost for mental wellbeing support

This month the Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Office allocated $1.6 million in grants to support the mental wellbeing of Auckland communities, whānau and individuals impacted by the severe weather events in 2023.

Emergency Recovery 27 Mar 2024

Wellbeing support for tamariki and rangatahi

Free counselling and wellbeing support services are available for children and young people in Tāmaki Makaurau impacted by the severe weather events in early 2023.

Emergency Recovery 19 Mar 2024

Explainer: Section 74 notices

What is a Section 74 notice and could it affect your property? Read our FAQs to find out.

Emergency Recovery 19 Mar 2024

Know someone with English as a second language?

In an effort to connect with more storm-affected Aucklanders, the Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Office has some content in our region’s most spoken languages