New heritage plan

THE City of Perth has introduced a new process for listing heritage properties in its jurisdiction. Under the plan, about 40 privately owned buildings will be assessed each year by heritage consultants. It is aimed at increasing the retention of heritage places, giving financial support to property owners and providing advice. Buildings that are the subject of a pending planning decision, or are judged to be important to the streetscape, will be assessed first, along with the city’s oldest buildings. In addition, almost $200,000 in grant funding has been awarded to properties in the CBD, including the Young Australia League building, London Court and the City Loan Office

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