Dunedin Heritage Fund


Cr Lee Vandervis, chairman of the heritage fund allocation committee, defended the fund as an increasingly successful incentive to property owners keen to restore city heritage.

### ODT Online Sat, 22 Jan 2011
Councillors support heritage fund allocation
By Stu Oldham
The New Zealand Historic Places Trust (HPT) has been challenged to help the Dunedin City Council beef up a council-administered heritage fund. The council yesterday voted to restore to $80,000 the money it allocates to its Heritage Fund. The pre-draft annual plan had halved it to $40,000.
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### ODT Online Thu, 20 Jan 2011
Dunedin Heritage Fund may have monies halved
By Stu Oldham
As the Dunedin Heritage Fund seeks to strengthen its position to proactively protect old buildings, the funding it receives from the Dunedin City Council could be halved.
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Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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Filed under Architecture, Construction, Economics, Heritage, Politics, Urban design

One response to “Dunedin Heritage Fund

  1. Elizabeth

    See updated post.

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