Advice on the design to ensure the best outcome for the place’s heritage significance.
Opportunities and constraints to inform the management of heritage assets.
CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PLANS
Written conservation management document to advise owners on why an item is significant and how its value can be conserved while ensuring future viability
Advice based on the three-step NSW Heritage Management System – investigate significance, assess significance and manage significance through policies and conservation strategies to achieve long term viability of the place
Understanding of the heritage character and values of a local government area or parts of the area to inform the strategic planning for it made by the relevant council.
Often a heritage requirement when an item will be demolished or with change of use, heritage interpretation tells the history and story of the place via a series of graphic panels, guided walks and displays guided by Interpretation Strategies and Plans.