Restoration funding for historic properties

Woodside.
Woodside.
Oliver's Restaurant, in Clyde, and Woodside, in Dunedin, have received New Zealand Historic Places Trust funding for restoration work.

Oliver's received $35,000 from the NZHPT contestable national heritage preservation incentive fund to strengthen and repair the former Naylor's General Store roof on the property.

Oliver's originated as a general store in 1863, supplying gold-seeking prospectors.

Woodside, in Lovelock Ave, North Dunedin, received $40,000 to replace wooden joinery and the slate roof.

The Francis Petre-designed residence was built in 1876 for Supreme Court judge Henry Chapman (1803-81).

Oliver's Restaurant.
Oliver's Restaurant.
The NZHPT national heritage preservation incentive fund helps owners with the maintenance of Category 1 registered properties.

 

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