Update: November 2019

by AprilN,

The NSW Government is considering the listing of Rushcutters Bay Park and adjacent areas including Yarranabbe Park and Sir David Martin Reserve on the State Heritage Register.

In response, Council is preparing a submission to the Heritage Council of NSW's public exhibition, which concludes on 20 November.

Impact of heritage listing

If the listing proceeds, it means that for certain projects, we will be required to obtain approval under the Heritage Act 1977 from Heritage NSW. This additional approval process may adversely impact the delivery timescales of projects or may even stop a project from proceeding altogether.

Examples of projects that would require approval under the Heritage Act 1977 include:

How to have your say

As with all consultations, it is important for the State Government to hear views that are representative of the whole community.

If you would like to make a submission to the NSW Government's public exhibition, please:

The public exhibition closes on Wednesday 20 November 2019.


Where to find more information

Please visit the NSW Office of Heritage and Environment website for more information about the government's proposed heritage listing.

Questions?

Please contact Emma Dortins at the Heritage Council of NSW on (02) 9585 6465 or emma.dortins@environment.nsw.gov.au.

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