Review of Local Heritage Places

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Review of local heritage places underway

We're reviewing our local heritage listed places and seeking input from local heritage property owners on the local heritage listed status of their properties.

We're also interested in hearing from the community about any potential places for local heritage listing.

There are currently 372 local heritage listed items and 30 contributory items within our Council area that include churches, dwellings, halls, cemeteries and other built structures. These local heritage places are currently listed under the Onkaparinga Development Plan.

The State Planning Commission will be implementing a new Planning and Design Code (the Code) early next year and it's timely to review our local heritage list. This will ensure an up to date and comprehensive local heritage places list to transfer into the Code. Depending on timing this would likely be via a Code Amendment.

We acknowledge and value places, objects and sites of Aboriginal cultural heritage significance within our Council area. However, these will not be assessed as part of this review as they are protected through separate legislation (Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988).

To check the location of existing listed local heritage places use the map below and to check the heritage ID numbers please go to the SA Heritage Places database.

Have your say

Consultation has closed - thanks to everyone who suggested a new or amended listing.

Review of local heritage places underway

We're reviewing our local heritage listed places and seeking input from local heritage property owners on the local heritage listed status of their properties.

We're also interested in hearing from the community about any potential places for local heritage listing.

There are currently 372 local heritage listed items and 30 contributory items within our Council area that include churches, dwellings, halls, cemeteries and other built structures. These local heritage places are currently listed under the Onkaparinga Development Plan.

The State Planning Commission will be implementing a new Planning and Design Code (the Code) early next year and it's timely to review our local heritage list. This will ensure an up to date and comprehensive local heritage places list to transfer into the Code. Depending on timing this would likely be via a Code Amendment.

We acknowledge and value places, objects and sites of Aboriginal cultural heritage significance within our Council area. However, these will not be assessed as part of this review as they are protected through separate legislation (Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988).

To check the location of existing listed local heritage places use the map below and to check the heritage ID numbers please go to the SA Heritage Places database.

Have your say

Consultation has closed - thanks to everyone who suggested a new or amended listing.