Since the late 1960s, heritage discourse has progressively shifted its position from a ‘preservation framework’ through to a ‘conservation framework’ and on to a ‘re-purposing framework’. The preservation framework regards individual monuments as having intrinsic, universal and immutable values that need to be protected from spatial development. It tends to make the saving of the heritage object or place more important than finding a societal re-use for it.
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“It has also been a pleasure working with Paul and your team on this project. To be honest, I had not done heritage projects before and it was only through Paul and your team’s guidance that allowed me to complete this project at a high standard. I am now confident in doing heritage projects like this and I look forward to the next project that we can work on together. Again, thank Paul and Divya patience and professional advice throughout the process. ”
“I just wanted to share the good news that Canterbury-Bankstown Council has decided to withdraw the development control order issued to our client. The report you prepared was pivotal in this decision by the Council. Many thanks to you, Paul and the team for your work on this. ”
Anna Lindeman-JonesSenior Associate - Addisons
“I'd like to thank Paul and Lauren for their dedication, persistence and well thought through support and substantiation of the design merits of our development proposal; it is no easy feat to have a new building approved in a heritage conservation area, and particularly adjacent to heritage items. ”
Tim McLachlanDevelopment Manager
“I consider that we have a well prepared case that has been cogently articulated by Paul and Michael. It is a fraught experience for us, however we do appreciate the input from top professionals such as Paul ”
Richard MannRegistered Architect
“Hi team at Heritage 21 I just wanted to say thanks for all your hard work on Mosman and being so responsive etc. One of our team recommended you and I have been very happy with the service provided. ”
Di JonesPrincipal - Linked Project Management
“We would also like to take a quick moment to thank you all for your contribution to the project and we will update you on any developments as necessary”
Jose SerraoRegistered Architect
“Dear Heritage 21 team, I am please to advise that all the work prepared by your team has satisfied council’s contentions. We definitely know who to come to next time for heritage matters. ”
Andres CaceresLevel 33
“Thank you for all your work preparing this Statement of Heritage. I sat down yesterday and had a good read cover to cover, and felt very appreciative of your level of research and detailed consideration of our requirements.”
“Just wanted to let you know, Council agreed with us in our application to reinstate the front facade! I am so excited. I wanted to thank you for all your help in getting this across the line. ”
“It has been a pleasure to work with you and your team as well!”
“Dear Heritage 21 team - This is an excellent result, thank you for all your work.”
“Sites with heritage values present great opportunities, however often can be easily derailed if clear, concise and timely advice is not provide at the earliest stages of site planning. I have worked with Heritage 21 over numerous projects across Sydney and have found them to be valuable project partners in the development process. ”
Vince HardyUrban Planning Consultant, Cityscapeplanning+projects
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