Permit Appeal Hearings are conducted by the Heritage Council so that owners or custodians who are dissatisfied with a decision about a permit to alter a heritage place or object can challenge that decision and present their case in person.
Follow the stages of a Permit Appeal Hearing from beginning to end. This section describes what is involved in a Permit Appeal Hearing and shows you the steps involved in making an appeal.
Find out about upcoming Permit Appeals Hearings.
Read some of the Heritage Council’s recent decisions.