Heritage Buildings and Cultural Heritage Places Recovery Programme
Monitoring and reporting
An important part of recovery is understanding its pace and progress.
By monitoring and reporting on the recovery we can assess the effectiveness of recovery activities.
We can also identify the areas that may require additional effort or change.
Heritage buildings, places and spaces are integral to Christchurch’s distinctive urban fabric and design. Heritage places provide employment and venues for cultural activities, recreation and tourism.
The Ministry for Culture and Heritage is seeking feedback from interested parties on the draft Heritage Buildings and Places Recovery Programme for greater Christchurch.
The Ministry is interested in hearing from heritage property owners, heritage property management groups, heritage advocacy groups and professional organisations.
The deadline for feedback is 14 March 2014.
The draft Heritage Buildings and Places Recovery Programme and feedback options are available on the Ministry's website: