Historic Places Canterbury (HPC) requested that it wishes to speak to its written Annual Plan Submission 2017 to Christchurch City council.
Due to scheduling mistake HPC was not included in a time slot for the Hearings set aside by the C.C.C. HPC was granted a slot during a regular Council meeting. You can see the video of HPC Chair Mark Gerrard speaking to the submission at the following link.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmcm0ElbD8w -(The presentation starts 10 minutes 37 seconds in.)
Warning: One of then HPC requests is "Councillors we need more (heritage) hype!"
You can download a copy of the HPA Submission at the following link: HNZPT draft Guidelines for Assessing Historic Places Submission
Please find a copy of the Submission (PDF) at the following link:Historic Places Canterbury Submission CCC Annual Plan 2016-2017
The Ministry is seeking submissions on the Exposure Draft of the Incorporated Societies Bill.
The deadline for making comments is Thursday 30 June 2016. (more…)
You can download the PDF of the HPA Submission from the following link:
The following is the text of the Historic Places Aotearoa Submission:
SUBMISSION TO HERITAGE NEW ZEALAND POUHERE TAONGA 5 POLICY DOCUMENTS
Administration of the archaeological provisions of the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act 2014.
Management and use of historic places owned or controlled or vested in Heritage New Zealand.
Administration of the NZ Heritage List/Rārangi Kōrero.
Administration of the National Historic Landmarks List/Ngā Manawhenua o Aotearoa me ōna Kōrero Tūturu.
Statutory role of advocacy for historical and cultural heritage.
The HPA Submission (PDF) can be downloaded from the following ink: HPA Submission to HNZPT
To: The Local Government & Environment Committee
ARTS CENTRE OF CHRISTCHURCH TRUST BILL
This Submission is made by Historic Places Canterbury (HPC) , an independent regional society affiliated to Historic Places Aotearoa (HPA). HPC is the NZHPT approved body which the Canterbury Branch Committee has transitioned to. Our objectives are the protection of heritage and providing local advocacy on heritage.
HPC supports the general purpose of the Bill to set out the objects and powers of the trust in legislation; to update, revise, and consolidate the governance arrangements of the trust; and to revise the winding up provision of the trust. (more…)
The Evidence / Submissions have been released and are available online at the following link:
To find the relevant submissions :
Under Keyword: Type in "Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Bill"
Under Select Committee: Select "Local Government and Environment" (more…)