[Anglican Communion News Service] More than half of the finalists for an award recognizing “commitment, investment or a unique solution to earthquake strengthening which has saved or will now protect a heritage building” in Christchurch, New Zealand, are Anglican churches and a school.
The six buildings have recently reopened following extensive renovation and repair work after the devastating 2011 earthquake in the city. They are among 290 Anglican properties in the Diocese of Christchurch under the care of the Church Property Trustees. Some 234 of them were damaged in the quake, the most notable being Christ Church Cathedral.
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