The Christchurch City Council's plan for the rebuilding of its earthquake-devastated CBD has gone out for final public comment.
The plan includes 70 redevelopment projects, including light rail between the city and university, a new sports facility and a park along the Avon River.
Last week the council adopted the final version of the plan and sent it to Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee for his final approval - expected about April next year.
However, on behalf of the minister the council on Wednesday put the plan out for further written comments by 3 February.
It is available on the council and the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority websites.