Council Position on Heritage Reform
Adelaide City Council adopted a ‘Position on Heritage Reform’ on 15 November 2016.
DOWNLOAD: City of Adelaide ‘Position on Heritage Reform’ November 2016 (PDF, 671KB)
Council seeks a single integrated system for the identification of heritage places to provide a platform for effective reform, enable consistency of approach, and provide administrative efficiencies and effectiveness via streamlined processes.
- Such an approach will realise the full economic, tourism, cultural, community and sustainability value of our built heritage.
- Our position details how this can be achieved by making specific changes to existing tools and legislation.
- Council has recently demonstrated its commitment to engagement with key stakeholders by hosting forums, sharing information, and conducting discussions with stakeholders within the City and across South Australia.
- Accordingly, we have shared our position with the Minister Rau and Minister Hunter, all state Members of Parliament, South Australian Mayors, and the President of the Local Government Association.
More information on Planning and Heritage Reform.
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