Bexley, New Zealand

Bexley, New Zealand


Bexley, New Zealand

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The suburb of Bexley is situated in Christchurch East on the west bank of the Avon River approximately one kilometre from the Avon-Heathcote Estuary. It is enclosed within a bend in the Avon River and the suburb of Aranui.

Bexley is most well known for its wetlands which in recent years have been developed for housing and also a wildlife preserve. There are a number of walkways along the Avon River and thought the Bexley wetlands area.

Bexley is considered a High Risk Flood Zone. The Avon River can carry around 30% of Christchurch’s Storm water discharge and many parts of Bexley are threatened by the combination of high tides and flooding. New homes and significant changes to older homes require an increase to either the floor level and/or the ground level.

Housing in Bexley is a mix of styles mainly from the early 1960s onward. Recent developments around wetland areas have seen large growth in new medium sized bungalow style houses since the late 1990s. And most usable property will be built on by late 2007. There has been consistent activity in subdividing larger older properties since the late 1970s which is expected to continue well in to the future.

Other recent changes include the linking of Anzac Drive and Bexley Road to complete the Christchurch East Ring Road to the port of Lyttelton.

Earthquake damage

In the earthquake of September 2010 over 100 houses in the suburb were rendered uninhabitable by silt and subsidence due to soil...
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