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NEW LIFE: The No.2 Substation on Murray Street is likely to be one of the next heritage properties redeveloped for business use. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Heritage good for business

THE Heritage Council of WA is gearing up to launch a campaign to promote the commercial benefits of heritage properties, to encourage more adaptive reuse of historic buildings for retail, hospitality, or office uses.

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