Heritage conservation areas

What is a conservation area?

Often it is not just a single house or building that is identified for heritage listing. A heritage conservation area is a precinct, streetscape, group of buildings, landscape, suburb or town with particular heritage values that give it a distinct identity. These heritage values can include historical origins, subdivision pattern, and consistency of building materials or the common age of its building stock. A map and Statement of Significance is available for each heritage conservation area:

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