Heritage List and Local Government Heritage Inventory Review

Consultation has concluded

Mount Lawley Heritage Listed Property

The City of Stirling is reviewing the recorded places of cultural significance in our community and would like to know if there are any that should be added.

Members of the community are invited to nominate any places in the built environment and streetscapes which are representative of the City’s history and should be recorded and/or preserved.

Nominations close at 5.00pm on Friday 21 September 2018.

The places nominated will be considered for inclusion on the existing Local Government Heritage Inventory or Heritage List.

Recording places through the Local Government Heritage Inventory

The City’s Heritage Inventory acts as a catalogue of places that the community sees as important to its heritage but does not protect these places. Places on this inventory may have aesthetic, historic, social or scientific value.

The City’s Heritage Inventory was originally adopted in 1997 and contains over 480 places including Hale School Memorial Hall and Inglewood Police Station.

The Local Government Heritage Inventory is available in the Document Library section or here.

Protecting places through the Heritage List

The City’s Heritage List identifies the places that need to be protected due to their level of cultural heritage significance.

The City aims to retain and conserve the places identified in the Heritage List by ensuring that any redevelopment has minimal impact on the significance of each place.

There are 50 places of cultural significance on the Heritage List including the Beaucott Building on Beaufort Street in Mt Lawley, Mt Flora Regional Museum in Watermans Bay and Briggs Kiln on Reid Highway in Carine.

The Heritage List is available in the Document Library section or here.

Where can I find more information about heritage at the City of Stirling?

Information on the City’s Heritage Programs, Local Government Heritage Inventory and Heritage List are located in the sections to the right of the page.

Copies of the City's Local Government Heritage Inventory and Heritage List are also available for viewing during business hours (8.30am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday) at the City of Stirling Main Administration Building located at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling.

How can I lodge a nomination?

The easiest way to make a nomination is online, using the form below.

You can also download a PDF copy of the form from the Document Library or here and send it to the City by:

- email to stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au

- post to the Chief Executive Officer C/- City Planning, City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, STIRLING WA 6021

Nominations must be received by 5.00pm on Friday 21 September 2018.

The City of Stirling is reviewing the recorded places of cultural significance in our community and would like to know if there are any that should be added.

Members of the community are invited to nominate any places in the built environment and streetscapes which are representative of the City’s history and should be recorded and/or preserved.

Nominations close at 5.00pm on Friday 21 September 2018.

The places nominated will be considered for inclusion on the existing Local Government Heritage Inventory or Heritage List.

Recording places through the Local Government Heritage Inventory

The City’s Heritage Inventory acts as a catalogue of places that the community sees as important to its heritage but does not protect these places. Places on this inventory may have aesthetic, historic, social or scientific value.

The City’s Heritage Inventory was originally adopted in 1997 and contains over 480 places including Hale School Memorial Hall and Inglewood Police Station.

The Local Government Heritage Inventory is available in the Document Library section or here.

Protecting places through the Heritage List

The City’s Heritage List identifies the places that need to be protected due to their level of cultural heritage significance.

The City aims to retain and conserve the places identified in the Heritage List by ensuring that any redevelopment has minimal impact on the significance of each place.

There are 50 places of cultural significance on the Heritage List including the Beaucott Building on Beaufort Street in Mt Lawley, Mt Flora Regional Museum in Watermans Bay and Briggs Kiln on Reid Highway in Carine.

The Heritage List is available in the Document Library section or here.

Where can I find more information about heritage at the City of Stirling?

Information on the City’s Heritage Programs, Local Government Heritage Inventory and Heritage List are located in the sections to the right of the page.

Copies of the City's Local Government Heritage Inventory and Heritage List are also available for viewing during business hours (8.30am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday) at the City of Stirling Main Administration Building located at 25 Cedric Street, Stirling.

How can I lodge a nomination?

The easiest way to make a nomination is online, using the form below.

You can also download a PDF copy of the form from the Document Library or here and send it to the City by:

- email to stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au

- post to the Chief Executive Officer C/- City Planning, City of Stirling, 25 Cedric Street, STIRLING WA 6021

Nominations must be received by 5.00pm on Friday 21 September 2018.