Blair Hastings, the principal of BLAIR HASTINGS HERITAGE, registered as an architect in 2001. He has worked specifically in the field of built heritage for many years, providing specialist consultancy services to a wide variety of clients, including Auckland Council and Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga.
He has broad experience with resource consenting, institutional hearings, the identification, assessment, evaluation and documentation of heritage places across all periods of New Zealand's history, the preparation of conservation plans and managing policy work such as developing heritage overlay guidelines.
Blair recently rounded out his qualifications gaining a post graduate certificate in Heritage Conservation from Auckland University.
BCom | BBSc | BArch | PGCertHerCons | NZ Registered Architect (in voluntary suspension)
Whether you are embarking on renovating your house, restoring a scheduled or listed piece of our built history, or intending to develop in and around a character overlay area, chances are you will need to seek a resource consent from your local government authority to do so
... and YES, the consenting process can be complicated and challenging, and that is where we can help - offering experienced independent advice and guidance, and any of the required documentation, such as a 'Heritage Impact Assessment' your planner may need to assist with compiling, submitting and administering your application. If a hearing then ensues, we can help with that too. Sleep easy, and leave the process to us...