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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Saving Red Zone heritage housing

The Red Zone Heritage Housing Association exists to encourage the relocation of older undamaged or repairable houses in the Residential Red Zones. On their blog they describe themselves as:
The RZHHA is a not-for-profit organization for homeowners in Christchurch. We are trying to save old (approximately 100 years) ‘repairable’ homes in the Residential Red Zone. Our plan is to move these houses and their owners to a new location where the homes can be repaired and rejuvenated. By negotiating with CERA as a group we believe that we can obtain the best possible outcome for both the houses and their owners.
If you have an older house, and might be interested in taking part in a project to buy land in Governor's Bay, check them out. There is also information on the costs of having a house relocated and ideas on how a Heritage Housing Scheme might look.

The blog is here.

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