Tag: N.Z.H.P.T.

Christ Church Cathedral Presentations by N.Z.H.P.T. and Greater Christchurch Buildings Trust To C.C.C. Earthquake Forum 9.30 am Thursday 21st March

SAVING HERITAGEUpdate: The Greater Christchurch Buildings Trust presented a Deputation to the C.C.C. Earthquake Forum. Led by Jim Anderton and Philip Burdon the  GCBT gave an overview of their plan to make safe the Christ Church Cathedral.
The Councillors were not allowed in a ruling by the Mayor to Q&A with the Trust's Deputation "Team".

Rob Hall GM Southern Region NZHPT presented a Deputation on behalf of the Trust.
We have requested a copy of Rob Hall's NZHPT Deputation for posting on this website. Rob Hall's Deputation can be found here.

Note: The Mayor used the word Deputation despite this being a C.C.C. Forum. We shall be seeking a clarification of the Forum's status. (more…)

“Heritage Starts with a Great Idea Tomorrow” New Zealand Historic Places Trust: R.A. Lawson Public Lecture Friday 26 April 2013

“Heritage Starts with a Great Idea Tomorrow”
Thoughts on community and heritage.
Presenter Ian Athfield

When: Friday 26 April 2013    7:30 p.m.
Where:  University of Otago, St Davids Lecture Theatre,
Union Street East, Dunedin
Free admission, seats are limited (more…)

“Reel Life In Rural New Zealand” Historic Films in 5 Heritage Woolsheds – NZ Film Archive and N.Z.H.P.T. Initiative

Credit: Pacific Magazine 9 (1955)

Credit: Pacific Magazine 9 (1955)

"Agriculture, history and incredible inventions from the Hawke’s Bay, Tararua and Wairarapa regions will be showcased in all their cinematic glory next month, when the New Zealand Film Archive and New Zealand Historic Places Trust partner to present a programme of films that spans the 20th century. The films will be screened in five NZHPT registered heritage woolsheds."

Event(s) details and Media Release as follows. (more…)

“Empty heritage buildings better than nothing”, New Zealand Historic Places Trust Manager says” [Otago Daily Times Headline]

ODT is reporting  Owen Graham [NZHPT Otago - Southland Area Manager] stating that leaving a Heritage building vacant is preferable to demolition. [Tuesday, 10 July 2012]

The NZHPT is hosting a public lecture by Consultant Structural Engineer Win Clark on strengthening Stone and Brick Masonry Buildings -19th July, Otago Museum. (more…)