Residents in one of the streets worst affected by the Canterbury earthquake are still feeling in the dark about what the future holds for them.
Seabreeze Close was badly damaged and experienced major liquefaction in the magnitude 7.1 quake on 4 September.
The Government said on Thursday that more than 98% of land damaged in Canterbury can and will be fixed.
It was also stated that residents will soon know more about their own situation, and the next steps.
But Seabreeze Close resident Rodney Wells says despite Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee giving a timeline of sorts, he remains none the wiser about when he will know what's happening to his property.
He says he does not want to go back to the property, even if the Government tells him his land will be fixed.