Tag: Bruce Chapman

(HNZ) “Chief Executive farewelled” Heritage New Zealand Media Release (22.02.2016)

Heritage_New Zealand_logo"Longstanding Heritage New Zealand Chief Executive, Bruce Chapman stepped down from the role on Friday (19 February) with acknowledgement of the achievements made over nearly ten years.

Chair of Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga, Wyatt Creech, commenting on behalf of the organisation’s Board and Māori Heritage Council members who worked with Bruce over this time, has acknowledged the achievements made, and the development of Heritage New Zealand into the organisation it is now."

"Sue Powell has been appointed as acting Chief Executive for a period of four months (commencing 29 February)."

The Media Release is as follows:  (more…)

“Harcourt building has a future” Bruce Chapman, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT Media Release 16th October 2013))

NZHPT letterhead logo The  "Harcourt building has a future" Opinion /Article  by Bruce  Chapman (Chief Executive of the NZHPT) was published in The Dominion Post.
The NZHPT has released the text of the article in a Media Release.

 The Media Release is as follows: (more…)

Earthquake-prone Buildings Policy Announcement: Bruce Chapman C.E.O. N.Z.H.P.T. Media Statement

NZHPT letterhead logoBruce Chapman (C.E.O N.Z.H.P.T.) has generously made available the text of  his "Earthquake-prone Buildings Policy Announcement" Media Statement.

"The timeframes for national historic landmarks and Category 1 historic places provide owners with the opportunity to plan for both assessing their properties, where this hasn't already been done, and to explore options for funding this work. (more…)