This page contains links to other websites that readers might find useful:
Wellington City Council – page on Heritage Sites (includes a link to a PDF file of items included in the Council’s heritage schedule)
Wellington City Council’s searchable online heritage inventory
Wellington City Council’s pre-1930 buildings rule. Includes maps of the areas where this applies (you need a resource consent to remove a pre-1930 building in these areas)
Hutt City Council information on heritage (section 14F of the District Plan is the relevant one – see the 14F Appendices for their heritage schedule)
Kapiti District Council heritage information (includes a link to their heritage schedule)
Architectural Centre [Wellington]
New Zealand Institute of Architects Wellington branch on Facebook
Victoria University of Wellington School of Architecture
He Ara Pukerua – Pukerua Bay Heritage Group Facebook page.
Petone Historical Society (Facebook)
Here are links to Oculus, the newsletter of HPA –
- Oculus November 2020
- Oculus August 2020
- Oculus June 2020
- Oculus September 2019
- Oculus June 2019
- Oculus June 2018
- Oculus October 2017
- Oculus July 2017
- Oculus March 2017
- Oculus Dec 2016
- Oculus October-2016
National register of earthquake prone buildings – you can search by address, area or browse by map
Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga (formerly NZ Historic Places Trust)
Heritage New Zealand List (takes you to the ‘search the List’ page)
Heritage New Zealand’s online archaeological report library
ICOMOS NZ – International Council on Monuments and Sites
A 2008 DoC guide to the maintenance and repair of historic concrete structures (PDF).
A few overseas links:
US National Trust for Historic Preservation – Blog series on Why do old places matter?
San Francisco City historic preservation website
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings [UK] includes some resources.
A leaflet on the economic benefits of heritage preservation from Saskatchewan, Canada.
Working heritage holidays for young people in the UK.
Historic Environment Scotland – has many publications that may be of interest.