Heritage Listing

The Strength of Conservation Areas

I have always believed that a contributory item in a conservation area is stronger form of heritage listing than individual listings. The reason is that in conservation areas, one needs to have regard to the characteristics of the whole area as opposed to a self-referential individual listing. Many of our cities, towns and villages contain…

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Heritage site

What is a heritage site? Usually it is a site that has some form of heritage designation such as being heritage listed or being in a conservation area.

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The Trouble With Listing Campaigns

Underlying the future workability of any heritage management system is the notion of information. It is essential that information about restrictions and costs be made available to owners, future purchasers and developers.

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Heritage Listing Processes at State and Local Level

The Heritage Management System (HMS) in NSW is administered primarily through planning instruments providing for general controls by local councils, upper level intervention for contested items and issues of state significance, and mechanisms for certain appeal rights.

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Heritage Listing

Australia’s heritage listing practices only evolved in the mid 1970s having followed the trajectory of certain international developments.

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