The Built, Cultural and Natural Heritage Protection Grant was established by the council to help private landowners manage, maintain and preserve the heritage values of their properties. It provides a partial contribution towards the cost of a specific heritage project or work.
What items are covered by the fund?
Applications can be made for any item identified in the heritage schedule of the District Plan, including:
- Heritage buildings, items, places or areas.
- Significant areas of vegetation or wetlands.
- Individual trees or groups of trees.
- Geological features.
- Waahi tapu sites and areas, waahi taonga/site of significance.
- Archaeological sites.
It may also apply to items that are not listed in the District Plan if they meet the Council’s criteria for significance. Contact us for assessment criteria details.
|Who can apply:||Individuals, companies, marae and community groups|
|Funding length:||One year|
|Application process:||Application form|
|Payment type:||Project instalments to group on invoice|
|Reporting:||Works inspected by Council staff|