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Avondale-Waterview Historical Society Newsletter 13

Avondale-Waterview Historical Society Newsletter 13

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Published by Lisa Truttman
Newsletter of the Avondale-Waterview Historical Society, Auckland, New Zealand
Newsletter of the Avondale-Waterview Historical Society, Auckland, New Zealand

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Categories:Types, Research, History
Published by: Lisa Truttman on Dec 24, 2009
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 Avondale  Avondale  Avondale  Avondale- --Waterview Waterview Waterview Waterview Historical Society Incorporated  Historical Society Incorporated  Historical Society Incorporated  Historical Society Incorporated  
No. 13September – October 2004
Next Meeting of the Society:2.30 pm, 2 October 2004Lions Hall, cnr Blockhouse Bay andGreat North Roads,Avondale
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The degree of protection afforded is adjusted to takeaccount of the relative heritage value of the place orfeature concerned. To determine whether a building,object, property or place is worthy of protection inthe Plan, any proposed heritage item is assessed andevaluated against the following factors:
(a) Architecture
- Notable, rare, unique, or an early exam-ple of a particular architectural style, type, orconvention.
- Notable, rare, unique, or an earlyexample of a particular material or method of construction.
- Comparatively old in the context of theAuckland region.
- Designed or built by an architect orbuilder who has made a significant contributionto the community, region, or nation.
- A particularly attractive or uniquebuilding because of the excellence, artistic merit,or uniqueness of its design, composition, crafts-manship, or detail.
- Interior arrangement, finish crafts-manship, and/or detail, are particularly attractiveor unique.
(b) History
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I would like to thank each and every one of ourmembers and friends reading this newsletter for thehelp, support and encouragement you have given tothe AWHS in the first two years of our existence. Ithas been wonderful seeing the dream of a historicalsociety here in Avondale and Waterview come topass.
The Members attending the August AGM reap-pointed me as President, Alison Turner as Secretary/ Treasurer, and Dorothy Maddock our Minute Secre-tary. It was also decided that instead of having acommittee of a few over the many in the Society,that every member in the Society is effectively aCommittee Member (we do, of course, make our So-ciety’s decisions at our meetings).
 Letter received from Auckland City Council:
RE: The 2004 Isthmus Heritage Review: Your sug-gestions.
The Council has recently set aside money to enable areview of Isthmus heritage places to be undertaken inthis financial year (2004-05).We are interested having your Committee / Society / Group / Company contribute to the list of places youconsider would be worthy of assessment for possible in-clusion in the schedule of heritage places in the Opera-tive District Plan.
It will be critical that any suggestion you make isbacked up by authoritative information relevant to theassessment process. If you have any history on the prop-erty, old photographs or anything else that will assist uswith the evaluation of the building then please send uscopies of these as well.The assessment is decided by evaluations of individualcriteria or characteristics, leading to the cumulativeallocation of a numeric score. The separate categories inthe schedules of heritage places in the Auckland CityDistrict Plan are defined by threshold scores.
IsthmusHeritage Review

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