One of Auckland’s most active, successful heritage groups is planning liquidation after a $27,000 bill from losing a battle to save one of the city’s oldest hotels. Read article published in the NZ Herald here >.

This case prompted comment from one of our Trustees that advocacy, in spite of the merits of its cause, has to be measured against the entity’s ability to fund adverse consequences of its actions that have the potential to become a public liability that discredits its purposes to effect or resist change.

What do you think?