Local Heritage Nominations

This consultation has concluded.

**This consultation has now closed**

Do you know of a place within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel should be considered as a future Local Heritage Place?

We want to hear about any local places that are significant to you and which you believe should be recognised. This could be a building, a residence (which may or may not belong to you), area or landscape.

For a list of the full criteria please refer to the FAQ’s to the right.

Have your say by clicking on the submission tab below and nominating the place....Read more

**This consultation has now closed**

Do you know of a place within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel should be considered as a future Local Heritage Place?

We want to hear about any local places that are significant to you and which you believe should be recognised. This could be a building, a residence (which may or may not belong to you), area or landscape.

For a list of the full criteria please refer to the FAQ’s to the right.

Have your say by clicking on the submission tab below and nominating the place you think should be considered.

Consultation closes 29 October 2013.


Do you know of a place within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel should be considered as a future Local Heritage Place?

We want to hear about any local places that are significant to you and which you believe should be recognised. This could be a building, a residence (which may or may not belong to you), area or landscape.

For a list of the full criteria please refer to the FAQ’s to the right.

Have your say by clicking on the submission tab below and nominating the place you think should be considered.

The conservation of our built heritage provides an important connection with the people and events of the past. We are committed, through collecting this information and supporting the preparation of a Local Heritage Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to retaining such places in the City of Charles Sturtarea for present and future generations to enjoy.

Consultation closed 29 October 2013.

 

News

This consultation has concluded.
  • Want more information?

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    If you are interested in making a nomination, but you want more information... check out the documents in the library:

    Remember, a local heritage place is not always about ‘age’ but ‘cultural significance’.

     

    If you are interested in making a nomination, but you want more information... check out the documents in the library:

    Remember, a local heritage place is not always about ‘age’ but ‘cultural significance’.

     

    by Community Engagement Project Officer 22 Feb 2013, 04:43 AM
  • A second round of consultation

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    After an initial round of consultation earlier this year, we are now offering an additional opportunity for heritage nominations to be made. Therefore we are seeking your nominations of buildings and places within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel have potential to be considered as a future Local Heritage Place. 

     

    After an initial round of consultation earlier this year, we are now offering an additional opportunity for heritage nominations to be made. Therefore we are seeking your nominations of buildings and places within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel have potential to be considered as a future Local Heritage Place. 

     

    by Community Engagement Project Officer 30 Sep 2013, 03:40 AM
  • Conserving our built heritage

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    The conservation of our built heritage provides us with a physical link to our past. It maintains a sense of historical perspective and a framework for future development and tangible connections with past people and events in history. We are committed, through collecting this information and supporting the preparation of a Local Heritage Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to retaining such places in the City of Charles Sturt area for present and future generations to enjoy.

    Have your say by clicking on the submission tab below and nominating the place you think should be considered.

    The conservation of our built heritage provides us with a physical link to our past. It maintains a sense of historical perspective and a framework for future development and tangible connections with past people and events in history. We are committed, through collecting this information and supporting the preparation of a Local Heritage Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to retaining such places in the City of Charles Sturt area for present and future generations to enjoy.

    Have your say by clicking on the submission tab below and nominating the place you think should be considered.

    by Community Engagement Project Officer 18 Feb 2013, 04:00 AM