in relation to a heritage item or heritage setting, means to replace or mend in situ decayed or damaged heritage fabric, using materials (including identical, closely similar or otherwise appropriate material) which resemble the form, appearance and profile of the heritage fabric as closely as possible. It includes:
  1. temporary securing of heritage fabric for purposes such as making a structure safe or weathertight; and
  2. Building Code upgrades which may be needed to meet relevant standards, as part of the repairs.