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The City of Shoalhaven treasures its many beautiful buildings and landmarks and has many systems in place to ensure that our heritage is preserved.
Heritage listing explained - what it means for you
Description: produced especially for NSW owners and local councils, this short publication answers commonly asked questions about heritage listing for local and state heritage places. The benefits, economic and other effects of listing and how to develop sympathetic renovations are all explained.
Various heritage studies undertaken by the City.
The City maintains a heritage database that comprises inventories for heritage items, conservation areas, heritage streetscapes and archaeological sites.
There are a numer of incentive schemes that support the conservation and ongoing maintenance of heritage items within the City which include a Heritage Advisory Service and Heritage Grants Scheme.
Heritage instruments and policies
The City has a number of plans and policies that provide for the appropriate management of heritage and archaeology within the City of Shoalhaven.
Conservation Management Plans
Council has a number of conservation management plans for varous sites in the Shoalhaven.
Useful links providing information on the City of Shoalhaven's heritage.