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  • Heritage Provisions: Dangerous, earthquake prone, insanitary buildings and dangerous dams policies

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    This guide, published by Heritage New Zealand, is for territorial authorities in respect to heritage provisions of policies for dangerous, earthquake-prone, and insanitary buildings. It discusses some key heritage-related principles relating to dangerous building and dam issues and explains the concept of a heritage building and heritage dam. Examples of model policies are provided for local […]

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  • Historical Education Pack (St Helena National Trust)

    Posted on September 15, 2015 by in

    The St Helena National Trust is pleased to introduce you to a set of 16 Education Packs designed to support Teachers and Students of Middle Schools, Years 4,5 & 6, in their study of St Helenaʼs Local History. The packs are sourced from a variety of books, news articles, photographs, old prints, and other archival material. The Trust is grateful to […]

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  • How can we get a new National Trust on the map?

    Posted on October 13, 2015 by in

    A catalyst for Cape of Good Hope Heritage Trust The South Africa’s mountainous Cape Peninsula stretches from Table Mountain to Cape Point, a distance of about 90 KM. After Cape Town and Simon’s Town, Hout Bay is the third oldest surviving settlement in the country. Located on the Atlantic seaboard, it once served as an […]

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  • Human Resource Issues in Preservation

    Posted on September 14, 2015 by in

    This report by the National Trust for Canada addresses a number of issues pertaining to human resources in preservation of our built heritage and conservation of historic sites. Human Resource Issues in the Preservation of Heritage Buildings (2003)

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