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Heritage Review Planning Proposal Finalised

Published on 9 December 2020

The Heritage Review Planning Proposal was finalised and brought into effect on 27 November 2020. 

The finalisation of the Planning Proposal follows an extensive community consultation process, with the results being considered by Council at its meeting of 12 December 2019. Council resolved to amend the proposal to remove residential items where the landowner objected to the listing during the exhibition period, and to remove the ‘Summerhayes’, ‘Lunds Estate’ and ‘Wharf Road’ HCAs from the proposal.

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) reviewed Council’s recommendation and in October 2020 DPIE advised Council that the proposal could be finalised. The proposal was then processed for Gazettal and came into effect on 27 November 2020.

This has resulted in the:

  • Listing of an additional 24 new Heritage Items.
  • Introduction of three new Heritage Conservation Areas (HCAs), increasing the number of HCAs from five to eight.
  • Listing an additional two new Archaeological Sites.
  • Updating the description of eight existing Heritage Items to provide stronger protection and better reflect their significance to Ryde’s history.

Click here to view the finalised Heritage Review Planning Proposal.

Last updated on 9 December 2020