A widespread audit of heritage controls in the Borough of Queenscliffe is being undertaken. The review aims to develop a set of enhanced heritage citations that acknowledge new and upgraded heritage sites to guide understanding and implementation of heritage controls that preserve our social history.
The Queenscliffe Heritage Review 2019 will include:
Reassessment and review of the heritage of the Borough of Queenscliffe and its buildings, sites, precincts and trees
Review of definitions, mapping and citations within the previous heritage review conducted in 2009, and amendments if needed
Identification of places of local, state and national heritage significance that were not included in the 2009 heritage review
Amendment of the Queenscliffe Planning Scheme to reflect the results of these investigations.
The 2020 G21 Stakeholder Forum this year moved to a shorter on-line format due to COVID-19, streaming and broadcasting live on Friday 4 December from ...
We acknowledge that we are on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.
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