In best practice, the production of a conservation plan is regarded as the first step in developing a master plan strategy for realising the appropriate future of places of historic heritage value while maintaining and enhancing those values.

    The conservation plan is not a justification for a predetermined position, rather it is an essential statement of understanding used to guide conservation and appropriate change.

    The preparation of a conservation plan should be seen as a precursor to any determination concerning the future of places of historic heritage value and should be understood as a living document against which effects arising from any proposed change can be measured.


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    takapuna grammar school
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    st alban’s anglican church, auckland
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    new plymouth prison
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    apia courthouse
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    olive davis house
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    wagener subritzky homestead