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Category 2P mitigations to be funded
More We have agreed to provide funding to Category 2P homeowners affected by the severe weather events in early 2023, to help them mitigate future risk to life at their property. Learn moreCategory 2P mitigations to be funded

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Recovery from extreme weather and natural disasters

The extreme weather events of early 2023 caused a lot of damage in communities across Tāmaki Makaurau. The Auckland Council-led Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Office was established to coordinate the Auckland-wide repair and rebuild efforts on behalf of Auckland Council, New Zealand Government, community partners and stakeholders.

Last updated: 1 Dec 2023

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