I worked part-time at Heritage New Zealand (formerly NZ Historic Places Trust) for about three years (2011-2014).
I researched and wrote registration reports on various buildings, including the following:
- Franconia, Wellington (built 1938, designed by Edmund Anscombe)
- Telephone Box, Wellington (a British ‘K2’ style, c. 1930) (see also my post on it)
- Chevening Flats, Wellington (built 1929, designed by Llewellyn Williams)
- Chapman-Taylor’s former Showroom and Workshop, Wellington (built 1911, designed by James W. Chapman-Taylor)
- Tram Shelter, Oriental Bay, Wellington (1904)
- St Joseph’s Convent, Jerusalem / Hiruharama (built 1892, designed by Thomas Turnbull?) (see also my post on Jerusalem)
- Charles Major’s Office, Hawera (c. 1881 / 1895)
- Theatre Royal, Nelson (built 1878, designed by William Bethwaite)
- Sexton’s Cottage, Wellington (built 1857)
- ‘Crofton’, Wellington (built 1857)
I also researched and wrote a heritage inventory on the Terawhiti area of Wellington (south-west coast), and from this came a registration report on the Albion Battery (gold-mining remains) in this area. See my post on Terawhiti.
You can also find other buildings by searching on the Heritage New Zealand website, here: Heritage List