New roof for Dunedin’s Dominican Priory

Almost half a million dollars of funding has allowed plans for a new roof for Dunedin’s Dominican Priory to go ahead.

The money is coming from the Lottery Grants Board’s World War One commemorations environment and heritage committee.

Work on the historic building is expected to start this summer.

The news has brought joy to heritage advocates, as it means one of the city’s more important buildings will now get its roof weatherproofed, thereby making the building ready for redevelopment. Continue reading

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