Survey: Impact of November 2016 earthquake on apartment residents

We're undertaking a survey to investigate the impact of the Kaikoura earthquake on apartment dwellers in the central city.

We're interested in knowing people’s experiences of the November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake. This includes the earthquake’s impacts, people’s need for evacuation and alternative accommodation arrangements, disruption to services, and preparedness.

The results of this survey will be used to better understand some of the unique challenges apartment residents face following an emergency, and how best to plan and respond to any future events.

The questionnaire was developed by Wellington City Council and the Joint Centre for Disaster Research (Massey University and GNS Science), with input from the Earthquake Commission.

The survey is available online (takes 10–20 minutes to complete), and you enter the draw for two 1-person 'Grab and Go Kits' ($85 each at retail value).

Responses are anonymous. The results will be published in reports and/or papers, and will be available to participants.

Survey closes at 5pm, Friday 20 October 2017.

Complete the survey