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Money to help spark private investment in Dunedin heritage buildings could be consolidated and grown to one $670,000 funding pool.
Dunedin has four funds at the moment, providing grants and rates relief to promote redevelopment of heritage stock.
A report in the draft 10-year plan from community and planning group manager Nicola Pinfold said the work helped increase the rates gathered from redeveloped buildings.
The buildings provided space for start-up and existing businesses to expand, and were "a key driver for tourism and local identity''.
The report gave three options, adding $200,000 to bring it to $670,000, adding $100,000 or no extra funding.
All options recommended consolidating the four funds into one Dunedin Heritage Fund.