These links are to Dean Jays series of 5 videos on the Treaty of Waitangi. Te Tiriti 1 Te Tirit 2... read more
Vicarage moved successfully
A massive thank you to Clelands and Central House Movers for the skill and care they showed getting the Vicarage ready for and moving her onto her new foundations. It was incredibly impressive seeing the historic building loaded up and mobile and it’s great to have the first major piece of work completed. Stacey and his crew are finishing up and by next week most of the construction fences will be down (the Vicarage will remain cordoned off) and things – including vehicle access between Robe and Vivian Streets – will return to normal for a while.
The next month was always going to be downtime on site, but with the upcoming Judicial Review of NPDC’s consent process, we are halting work for the time being. We will keep you in the loop as things develop.
Help shape our visitor experience
Last week you would have received an invitation to participate in a Story Inc survey about the visitor experience being created for Te Whare Hononga.
If you haven’t gotten around to it already, please do take the time to CLICK HERE and share your thoughts and opinions. This is a great opportunity to put forward your ideas and tell the people charged with developing the space inside Te Whare Hononga the stories, points of view and take-aways that are important to you.
Have you got a question for the team?
If you have a question (or some encouraging feedback!) please get in touch. Our intention has always been to be open and upfront about what we’re doing and sometimes it can be hard identifying basic questions because we’re so close to the project and have such a history with it. If there’s something you want to know, ask away.