Lopdell Trust was established with the purpose of promoting and developing education and learning in relation to the performing and fine art disciplines. The Trust has achieved its objectives to date through the management of the redevelopment of the Lopdell Precinct (Lopdell House seismic upgrade and refurbishment, Lopdell Hall refurbishment and provision of associated carpark and the construction of the new Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery a significant new public gallery for the West Auckland region.These works thus complete the Lopdell Precinct - an integrated facility for the community which proactively allows for the advancement , education and engagement in fine art and performing art.
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Provides buildings / facilities / open space
Acts as an umbrella / resource body, Provides other finance (e.g. investment funds)
Arts / culture / heritage
Environment / conservation
Children / young people, Other charities, Older people, People with disabilities, Family / whanau, Migrants / refugees, all peoples
The Lopdell Trust is a charitable trust which continues to operate under a 20 year licence from Auckland Council as the not for profit governing body responsible for the strategic and community-minded stewardship of the Lopdell Precinct ensuring that the precinct be a sound and fit for purpose community facility for the promotion , advancement and education of the arts.
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