Discussions to preserve Dunedin’s internationally recognised heritage buildings have surfaced in recent months. The city has over 740 protected buildings, including the Knox Church, and nearly 90 have category one protection with the Historic Places Trust. More than 270,000 heritage visits are made each year to Dunedin and are a significant contributor to the city’s economy. City leaders are looking at ways of strengthening heritage buildings, in the wake of the Christchurch earthquake, to preserve them for years to come.

Source: The Press, 19 February 2011 (HD)


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