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EQC Increased Flooding Vulnerability. CAG overview 22 July 2014. Outline. EQC land cover IFV – what it is and what it isn’t General IFV criteria Flood modelling Assessment process Settlement process Next steps. EQC Land Damage Cover. EQC land cover. Land Under building

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Eqc increased flooding vulnerability

EQC Increased Flooding Vulnerability

CAG overview

22 July 2014


Outline
Outline

EQC land cover

IFV – what it is and what it isn’t

General IFV criteria

Flood modelling

Assessment process

Settlement process

Next steps


Eqc land cover

EQC Land Damage Cover

EQC land cover

  • Land

    • Under building

    • 8m around building & structures

    • main access within 60m of dwelling

  • Bridges and culverts in the land above

  • Retaining walls within 60m of building and supporting the building or land as above



Increased flooding vulnerability
Increased Flooding Vulnerability

IFV is

  • a physical change to residential land, that is

  • a result of the earthquakes, which

  • adversely affects the uses and amenities of that land, by

  • increasing the vulnerability of that land to flooding events.

    Changes to the insured land that result in it becoming more vulnerable to flooding as a direct result of the earthquakes are covered by EQC.


Not ifv
Not IFV

  • Flooding that occurred pre-earthquake sequence, or

  • Increases in flooding due to changes to offsite drainage due to earthquakes, or

  • Increases in flooding due to changes in streams and rivers offsite.


General ifv criteria
General IFV Criteria

The flood depth has increased by 200mm or more as a result of the Canterbury earthquake sequence, and

The flood depth has increased by 100mm or more as a result of a single earthquake event, and

The land has suffered observed damage as a result of the Canterbury earthquake sequence, and

The change in flooding vulnerability has caused the value of the property to decrease.


Changes in ground levels

  • Earthquake Events

  • 4 September 2010: 7.1M

  • 22 February 2011: 6.3M

  • 13 June 2011: 6.4M

  • 23 December 2011: 6.2M

Changes in ground levels

Pre-September 2010

LiDAR surveys

5 different sets

Cross Section Surveys

For priority waterways

Post-September 2010

Post-February 2011

Post June 2011

Post-December 2011


Ifv assessment process
IFV Assessment Process


Next steps
Next steps

  • Ground truthing

  • Valuation

  • Declaratory Judgement

  • Possible settlement approaches

    • Diminution of value

    • Contributing to CCC offsite flood mitigation works.


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