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Property categorisation and resolution in storm affected areas

Following the extreme weather in early 2023, the Governing Body has confirmed we will provide financial support to Category 2P homeowners to help them make the changes necessary to reduce risk to life at their properties. The NZ Government and Auckland Council have also agreed to share the cost of Category 3 property buy-outs.

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Visit Recovery timelines for property owners to check the assessment and categorisation timelines for different categories. For the latest figures on each category type and suburb, see our Categorisation update.
 
Our categorisation process is voluntary. To register for a free risk assessment, complete and submit the Flooding and landslide registration form by 30 September 2024.

Our property risk assessment framework applies only to the 2023 weather events. For more on categorisation, see 'How we decide property risk categories' at Storm recovery documents.

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