Local historic places in line for fund


The Waikato District Council’s Heritage Assistance Fund, designed to conserve, restore and protect valued district heritage, is available to Tamahere residents.

William Martyn's historic house in Pencarrow Rd
William Martyn’s historic house in Pencarrow Rd
The fund is available only for privately owned heritage items that are listed in the 2013 district plan, which includes several historic places or homes in Tamahere.

On the list and open to applications from the fund are Tamahere School’s historic school building, the Martyn Homestead in Pencarrow Rd, Maori Gardens in Hooker Rd, the Hanatoria Pa Homestead in Ringer Rd, and the site of the peace accord signing on the corner of Bruntwood and Tauwhare Roads.

For details on applying for funds click here.

Applications to the fund close on March 28. All applicants will be advised of the outcome in June and work must be undertaken before June 30 next year.

Earlier stories:

Martyn heritage lives on

Figures linked by peace accord

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