Funding for heritage buildings and places in private ownership
Heritage New Zealand’s National Heritage Preservation Incentive Fund
The National Heritage Preservation Incentive Fund can help fund work to stabilise, repair and restore privately owned Category 1 historic places (including buildings) as well as certain land and archaeological sites. Since the earthquakes, the National Heritage Preservation Incentive Fund has given over $175,000 to greater Christchurch. For information on the National Heritage Preservation Incentive Fund.
CCC Heritage Incentive Grants Fund
The CCC’s Heritage Incentive Grants Fund provides financial assistance to owners of heritage items listed in the Christchurch City Plan and Banks Peninsula District Plan. Owners of listed heritage items can apply for grants of up to 50 percent of the costs of:
- conservation of exterior and interior heritage fabric, including earthquake repairs
- seismic strengthening, fire and access upgrades to meet Building Code requirements
- professional fees of, for example, architects, engineers and quantity surveyors
- reimbursement of non-notified Council resource consent fees.
CCC Central City Landmark Heritage Grant
For advice on CCC’s Heritage Incentive Grants and Central City Landmark Heritage Grants, contact the team on: email@example.com. For more information see CCC’s Heritage Incentive Grants information page.
Selwyn Heritage Fund
The Selwyn Heritage Fund is open to residents and ratepayers of the Selwyn District. Its purpose is to encourage and assist owners to maintain and enhance the district’s heritage buildings and protected trees.
Telephone: +64 3 3472974 or +64 3 318 8338
Updated on 22nd October 2019