Buildings Helped

1.

CoCA, Centre of Contemporary Art

66 Gloucester St, Christchurch, The gallery was designed by Stewart Minson and Holger Henning Hanson and opened in 1968. It is an important surviving example of Modern Movement architecture in Christchurch and will be ranked on the proposed CCC City Plan list. $46,000 granted

2.

Dizzy Lizzy’s Restaurant

471 Ferry Road, Christchurch. The stone cottage was built by the stonemason, James Courtenay, c.1863 as his family’s home. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1915). Listed on the Christchurch City plan, (Protected Buildings) as group 3, $60,000 granted.

3.

Junction Hotel facade

112 High Street, Rangiora, built in1880 for Joseph Oram Shepherd. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number.3783) It is listed in the Waimakariri District Plan as a Heritage Building and given “Landmarks” status in 2001.$210,000 granted.

4.

Turvey House

208 King Street Rangiora, 1875, Double brick family home for builder, Samuel Ayers. Category 2 Historic Place [Heritage New Zealand List Number 3764,] Waimakariri District Council Heritage list and recognised as a District “Landmark” building in 2003. $38,287.35 granted.

5.

Oxford Terrace Baptist Church

98-100 Chester Street East, 1882, Victorian Italianate semi-detached townhouse.Listed on the Christchurch City plan, (Protected Buildings) as group 3, $65,000 granted.

6.

Minster House

10 Norwich Quay, Lyttelton Listed in the schedule of Notable Buildings, Objects and Sites: Banks Peninsula District Plan $20,000 granted

7.

Hare Memorial Library and Classrooms

Christ’s College Quadrangle, Rolleston Avenue. 1915-1921, Cecil Wood, architect. Category 1 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 3278). Listed on the Christchurch City plan, (Protected Buildings) as group 2 $50,000 granted

8.

Dyslexia Foundation

21 Worcester Boulevard, late 19th century single storied villa. Listed on the Christchurch City plan, (Protected Buildings) as group 3 $50,000 granted.

9.

Cashmere Hills Presbyterian Church

2 Macmillan Avenue, Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1842) Listed on the Christchurch City Plan as group 3. $14.000.00 granted.

10.

St Barnabas Church, Fendalton

8 Tui Street Category 1 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 3681) Listed on the Christchurch City Plan as group 1. $200,000.00 granted.

11.

Malthouse Theatre Trust

71 Colombo Street. Category II Historic Places (Register Number 1902) Listed on the Christchurch City Plan as group 2. $20,000.00 granted.

12.

Gunyah Country Estate

720 Sleemans Road, Glenroy. H117 Selwyn District Plan [Rural]. $25,000.00 granted.

13.

New Regent Street Collective

1-38 New Regent Street. Historic Area (Heritage New Zealand List Number 7057), Christchurch City Plan as group 2. $76,000.00 granted.

14.

CLJ Arts

137-139 High Street (unit in Duncan’s Building). Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1864), Listed on the Christchurch City Plan as group 3, $40,000.00 granted.

15.

Ward's Brewery

One of the two original malt kilns, which were used to dry the barley and develop the malt, has survived the earthquakes largely unscathed. The kiln is a superb example of industrial architecture. It is highly ornamented for a building which served an entirely functionary purpose. This building has now been demolished.

16.

Isaac Theatre Royal

143-147 Gloucester Street. Category 1 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1936), Listed on the Christchurch City Plan as group 1. $501,200.00 granted.

17.

Hereford Chambers

167 Hereford Street, Christchurch. Not registered or listed. $140,000.00 granted

18.

Eliza's Manor House

82 Bealey Ave, Christchurch. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1939), Listed on the Christchurch City Plan as group 3 . $37,500.00 granted.

19.

Homebush Woolshed

Darfield, RD.1. Category 1 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 9483), Listed on the Selwyn District Plan as historic. $95,925.00 granted.

20.

McKenzie & Willis

179 High Street, Christchurch City Listed as Group 2 on the Christchurch City Plan. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1909). $1,000,000.00 granted.

21.

Ironside House

32 Salisbury Street, Christchurch City Listed as Group 4 on the Christchurch City Plan $175,000.00 granted

22.

New City Hotel

527 Colombo Street, Christchurch City. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 3124). $142,132.00 granted

23.

Canterbury Club

129 Cambridge Terrace Listed as Group 2 on the Christchurch City Plan. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 1837). $28,720.00 granted

24.

Woods Mill

14 Wise Street, Addington Listed as Group 2 on the Christchurch City Plan. Category 2 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 7339). $500,000.00 granted.

25.

Victoria Black

201-203 High Street, Christchurch City Listed as Group 4 on the Christchurch City Plan $225,000.00 granted (plus an additional $5,000.00 has been set aside as a contingency)

26.

The Globe café (Former Billens Camping)

167-175 High Street, Christchurch City Listed as Group 4 on the Christchurch City Plan $750,000.00 granted

27.

Arts Centre

2 Worcester Boulevard Listed as Group 1 on the Christchurch City Plan and registered as Category 1 Historic Place (Heritage New Zealand List Number 7301). $5,000,000.00 granted

28.

The Press Building

32 Cathedral Square, Christchurch City Listed as Group 1 on the Christchurch City Plan. $5,000.00 granted (to retrieve the coat of arms from the Western entrance)

29.

Orton Bradley Park, Stables

439-584 Marine Drive, Orton Bradley Park, Charteris Bay Listed as Group 2 on the proposed Banks Peninsula Plan.Category 2 Historic Place (New Zealand Heritage List Number 5285) $90,000.00 granted (plus an additional $10,000.00 has been set aside as a contingency

30.

Fifield House

14 Hawford, Christchurch City Listed as Group 4 on the Christchurch City Plan $15,000.00 granted