We’re delighted to announce that DW Fox Tucker Lawyers is a sponsor of the marquee event on the 2014 Australian Heritage Week calendar.
The Ultimate Heritage Debate & Dinner, to be held on the evening of Monday 14 April at State heritage-listed Rymill House, will feature two high profile teams, one led by Deputy State Liberal Leader Vickie Chapman MP and the other by Former Minister for Infrastructure Patrick Conlon MP, contesting the topic “Does heritage really matter?”.
Federal Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt MP will appear as a keynote speaker and announce the Federal Government’s heritage strategy.
“It speaks volumes about the importance of built heritage to Adelaide’s culture, history and economy that these venerable speakers have agreed to support this event,” said Debate organiser and host Kali Hunter, of Kali Hunter Enterprises.
DW Fox Tucker’s sponsorship reflects the firm’s ongoing commitment to the repurposing of Adelaide’s existing building stock, including recent adaptive re-use projects at 41 Currie St and Peel Chambers.
“Repurposing properties will often make good commercial and cultural sense,” said DW Fox Tucker Property Team Leader Stephen Hill.
“Approaches to development that preserve the essential character of a heritage-listed property, but sensitively upgrade and modernise the structure, create opportunities for inspired uses, whether commercial or residential.
“The property owner sees their asset increase in value, tenants get a unique new space in which to base themselves, and the State retains a vibrant connection with its heritage.”
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