Heritage Fund open for applications
Published on 04 July 2018
Horowhenua District Council’s first Heritage Fund is open for applications.
The Heritage Fund is for projects that conserve or restore the heritage value or character of a property recognised under the Horowhenua District Plan for its historical significance. The Fund is open for applications during July and has $30,000 to distribute.
Owners of property listed in Schedule 2 of the Horowhenua District Plan, or of property in the Town Centre Heritage and Character Areas of Foxton and Shannon, are eligible to apply.
Horowhenua District Council Strategic Planner Caitlin O’Shea said eligible projects include conservation and restoration work; strengthening of earthquake-prone buildings; emergency building work; specialist advice; conservation plans; and possibly relocation of a heritage building.
Funding is allocated by the Community Recognition and Funding Committee. In the case of applications that exceed the value of the available funding, the Committee will decide how to distribute the funding based on the number and nature of applications received.
Applications are open until 5pm on Tuesday 31 July 2018.
For further information and to make an application, visit the Heritage Fund page.