Canterbury Heritage Awards 2014 : The Winners Are Announced

There was a "full house" for the Canterbury Heritage Awards at Knox Church and the following announcements were made.

Supreme Award:
Christ’s College – Harper and Julius Houses

The Award Category winners are the following:

Heritage Restoration Award:
Joint Winners
Christ’s College – Harper and Julius Houses
Orion Powerhouse Gallery and Historic Hydro Generator
Highly Commended:
Eliza’s Manor on Bealey-Eliza’s Manor House
The Gymnasium-Christchurch Arts Centre of Christchurch Trust
The Coffee House-The Coffee House
Dyslexia Discovery House- Mayell Property Trust
Strowan House-St. Andrew’s College

Heritage Retention Award: 
Ironside House - H & H Developments Ltd
Highly Commended:
Hereford Chambers- Aotearoa Property Trust Ltd
Duncans Building- Nicky and Joe Arts

Heritage Tourism Award:
Christchurch Tramway
Highly Commended:
The Tannery and Atrium
High Street Stories and Augmented Reality App- Heritage New Zealand
Heritage Christchurch – Old Government Buildings- Heritage Christchurch

Heritage Champion Award:
The Landmarks Team: Waimakariri District Council
Highly Commended:
The Wizard of New Zealand-The Wizard of New Zealand

Seismic Award:
Knox Presbyterian Church-Knox Presbyterian Church
Highly Commended:
Rangiora Library and Chamber Gallery-Waimakariri District Council
The Registry- Christchurch Arts Centre of Christchurch Trust

Future Heritage Award:
Stranges Building
Highly Commended:
Flowers House- Christ’s College Board of Governors

Canterbury Heritage Awards Web Site:

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