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Heritage in Warrumbungle Shire Council

Local Heritage Places Grants

Do you own a Heritage Listed property or a property within one of Council’s Heritage Conservation Areas? If you do, you could be eligible to apply for funding from Council to undertake conservation and restorations works to your property.

The Local Heritage Places Grant 2018 is a collaboration between the Office of Environment & Heritage, Heritage Council of NSW, and Warrumbungle Shire Council.

Guidelines and Application Forms are available here or from Council’s Coonabarabran and Coolah Administration Offices.

For further information on the Local Heritage Places Grant 2018 contact Kelly Dewar, Acting Manager Property and Risk, on (02) 6849 2000.

Applications close at 4:30pm on Friday, 31 August 2018.

Heritage Study Reports

Warrumbungle Shire Council is made up of the amalgamation of the former Coolah Shire Council and Coonabarabran Shire Council. Studies have been completed on both former Shires and are listed on this page.

The Coolah Shire Heritage Study Report was finalised in April 2005 and the Coonabarabran Shire Thematic History Report and Coonabarabran Shire Heritage Study Report were finalised in July 2006. In February 2014 the Baradine Heritage Main Street Study was finalised to help identify projects within the Main Street precinct that can be undertaken to ensure the town is at its best for the sesquicentenary in 2015.

 

Installing Modern Services on Heritage Buildings

The Heritage Tasmania website is a great place to find practical information on the approval process for works to heritage-listed properties, general principles for working with heritage properties and a useful set of guidelines for installing modern services on heritage buildings, including measures to enhance environmental sustainability.  The guidelines can be obtained from the Heritage Tasmania website.

 

Further information is available on the Office of Environment and Heritage website.

 

 

 

Last Updated: 06 Aug 2018