The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has a rich history and contains a large number of historical buildings and sites that are of interest and value to the community.
Heritage information session downloads
On Wednesday 11 December, the Council hosted a Heritage Information Session for owners of heritage properties and properties within Historic Conservation Zones.
Download the two information session presentations:
- Heritage Status Explained - Presented by David Brown, BB Architects
- Heritage Protection and the New Planning and Design Code - Presented by Eleanor Walters, Manager Urban Planning & Sustainability
For more information, contact Emily Crook, Senior Urban Planner on 08 8366 4561.
The City's heritage is recognised in a number of ways, most significantly through the listing of state heritage places, local heritage places and contributory items in the City's Development Plan, which increases the extent of statutory protection.
The Council also provides heritage assistance initiatives to help owners of heritage listed buildings and buildings located within historic (conservation) zones to conserve, restore and appropriately redevelop their properties.