Historic Places Wellington November 2017 Newsletter Is Out! (Clink to the link.)
Historic Places Wellington Newsletter August 2018 can be found at the following link:
HPA Newsletter Oculus June 2018 has ben released.
Details on the Public Liability Insurance Coverage HPA has negotiated for the HPA Membership Organisations.
James Blackburne, President of HPA, updates on the working relationships with other Heritage Organisations and the work they are undertaking collectively.
Oculus can be obtained fresh from your local HPA Membership Organisation!!!
You can find it at the following link:
The Historic Places Mid Canterbury Newsletter for January 2017 is out!
You can download it at the following link: HPMC - Newsletter January 2017
You can read it at the following link:
Baring Square Church and County Building:
The HPMC say "no" to the first choice (of the Ashburton District Council Consultation) campaign is covered in this Newsletter.
You can download the Historic Places Mid Canterbury Newsletter August 2016 at the following link:hpmc-newsletter-august-2016
Historic Places Mid Canterbury has released its latest Newsletter May (2016).
You can find a copy to download at the following:
You can download the latest Historic Places Mid Canterbury May (2016) Newsletter from this link: HPMC - Newsletter May 2016 web edition
"... The aim is to standardise the rules and processes that apply to earthquake-prone buildings nationally, taking into account seismicity around New Zealand. The system avoids a “one-size-fits-all” approach, prioritising geographic areas, buildings and parts of buildings that pose the greatest risk while retaining as much built heritage as possible.
Features of the new system include clarifying the definition of an earthquake-prone building, establishing a national register of earthquake-prone buildings and issuing enhanced notices for such buildings. ..."
"... The new Earthquake-Prone Building (EPB) methodology, to be set by the Chief Executive of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), will enable territorial authorities to profile and identify potentially earthquake-prone buildings in their districts. ..."
" ...MBIE is developing new regulations to support the implementation of the system. ..."
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