The contract for the demolition of the earthquake-hit Clarendon Tower has been awarded, but the work will take over a year, it has been revealed.
Mainzeal Property and Construction has won the contract and will take possession of the 17-storey central Christchurch building on January 4.
The building's fate has been repeatedly delayed by disputes between the authorities, the building's owners and insurers.
Three companies tendered for the demolition job.< ><-->
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