The Future of Heritage - Survey




Project status: Analysis & reporting
Open for feedback: 11th April 2017 - 22nd May 2017
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Workshop notes [PDF, 243 KB]

The Future of Heritage in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula - survey results, July 2017 [PDF, 942 KB]

The Council’s Heritage Team presented a summary of its findings from the Future of Heritage project to the Council’s Social and Community Development Committee on Wednesday 2 August 2017.  This collated information from a survey, workshops, community drop-in sessions, students and ongoing dialogue with Ngāi Tahu. 

Information from the survey and community workshops is available above. 

Staff are now preparing a report for the Committee next month.  Those who have provided feedback will receive further details about the recommendations and the meeting when the report has been approved by management.

 

Family portraits. A burial site. Gothic Revival buildings. A war diary. Tram lines. Traditional food-gathering sites. Band rotundas… Threads from our past create identity.

Heritage remains crucial to Christchurch, despite the loss of many of our historic places and buildi