1

Greg Bowron (1962-2007)

When Greg Bowron died in 2007 at the early age of 45, the New Zealand conservation community lost one of its most ardent advocates.

Greg was the first employee of Salmond Architects, forerunner to the present Salmond Reed Architects.

Greg was a passionate proponent of the role of education in increasing public understanding of conservation and cultural awareness.

The Greg Bowron Trust

This Trust has been established to honour Greg’s achievements both in preserving New Zealand’s built heritage and in educating others in the importance of heritage conservation.

Devoted primarily to educational purposes in the field of conservation architecture in New Zealand, The Trust aims to promote training, skills development and knowledge of heritage conservation in New Zealand and will, in particular, provide Scholarships for this specific purpose.

Trustees:
David Kernohan (Chair) 
Bruce Petry (Fundraising) 
Stephen Rainbow (Fundraising) 
Julia Gatley (Applications Assessor) 
Jo Torr (Applications Assessor)

Web-link: www.register.charities.govt.nz

The Greg Bowron Trust Scholarship

The Scholarship will assist recipients in travelling and/or studying within New Zealand or overseas in the field of building or architectural conservation methods, history, techniques and philosophies

A pre-requisite will be that recipients invest their thus acquired expertise into the local New Zealand context.

To find out more about the Trust, the Scholarship and how you can make a valued contribution to the Trust Fund, please contact:

rosalie@salmondreed.co.nz

At this point, fund-raising
is still under way and
The Trust is considering the
best way of distributing the
scholarship funds so as to
achieve the greatest effect.

The Trust expects to announce
the first funding round in 
2016.