Primary School No.275, 119 School Road Wandiligong H1638
The Executive Director of Heritage Victoria has recommended that the above place be amended in the Victorian Heritage Register.
Submissions in response to the recommendation have been received and a hearing requested.
The Registrations Committee of the Heritage Council will now conduct a hearing into the matter to determine whether that place should be amended in the Heritage Register. The hearing has been scheduled for 16 November 2017.
Dendy Street Bathing Boxes and the Landscape of Dendy Street Beach
The Executive Director of Heritage Victoria made the following separate recommendations:
- that the Dendy Street Bathing Boxes be included in the Victorian Heritage Register; and
- that the landscape of Dendy Street Beach not be included in the Victorian Heritage Register.
Submissions objecting to both of the above recommendations have been received. The Registrations Committee of the Heritage Council will now conduct a single hearing into both matters to determine whether or not the above places should be included in the Heritage Register. The hearing has been scheduled for 27 October 2017.
Morwell Power Station and Briquette Factories*
The Executive Director of Heritage Victoria has recommended that Morwell Power Station and Briquette Factories should be included in the Victorian Heritage Register.
Submissions objecting to the recommendation have been received. A hearing has been scheduled for 12 October.
*Note: At its August 2017 meeting, the Heritage Council decided not to include the Ancillary Land Surrounding Morwell Power Station in the Victorian Heritage Register on the recommendation of the Executive Director, Heritage Victoria.
Alphington Paper Mill Boiler House
Under Section 43 of the Heritage Act the Planning Minister has called in the recommendation of the Executive Director to the Heritage Council for the former Amcor Paper Mill, Power Station B, to be included in the Victorian Heritage Register. The Heritage Council has provided a report on the recommendation and the submissions received in relation to the recommendation to the Minister.
INFORMATION FOR THE ABOVE HEARINGS
Anyone may make a submission to the Heritage Council in relation to the above hearings.
Please note that all written submissions received will be circulated to other interested parties. While the Heritage Council will endeavour to respect any privacy wishes of which it is informed, it is bound by the Freedom of Information Act 1982. You should expect your submission to be freely and wholly available to anyone seeking access to it.
Further information on Heritage Council hearings is provided in the document Heritage Council Hearings Protocol 1: General Information about Heritage Council Hearings (Word 653 KB).
To enable the Heritage Council to prepare a timetable for a hearing, it is requested that those parties who wish to present their submission to the Heritage Council complete a Request to be heard by the Heritage Council (Word 664 KB) form and lodge it with their initial submission.
For further information on registration appeals to the Heritage Council, contact the Secretariat on 03 9651 5060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.