Scheduled Registration Hearings

The below Registration hearings are being conducted subject to the Heritage Act 2017 .

Esme Johnston House

Submissions were received in relation to the Executive Director’s recommendation not to include ‘Esme Johnston House’, 38 Grosvenor Street Brighton, in the Victorian Heritage Register. Following a request for adjournment, a Registration Hearing has been scheduled for 4 March 2020.

Executive Director -Recommendation_ESME-JOHNSTON-HOUSE (PDF 2.4 MB)


Footscray Psychiatric Centre

Submissions were received in relation to the Executive Director’s recommendation to include Footscray Psychiatric Centre, Gordon Street, Footscray, in the Victorian Heritage Register. A Registration Hearing has been scheduled for 18 and 19 February 2020.

Executive Director RECOMMENDATION_- FOOTSCRAY PSYCHIATRIC CENTRE (PDF 2MB)


Specimen Cottage

A submission was received in relation to the Executive Director’s recommendation to amend the registration of Specimen Cottage, 178-180 Hargreaves Street Bendigo, in the Victorian Heritage Register. A Registration Hearing has been scheduled for 29 November 2019.

Executive Director  RECOMMENDATION – AMEND – SPECIMEN COTTAGE (PDF 2MB)


Petersville Factory Administration Building

Submissions were received in relation to the Executive Director’s recommendation to include the Petersville Factory Administration Building, 254-294 Wellington Road, Mulgrave, in the Victorian Heritage Register. A hearing was conducted on 17 September 2019 and a determination is pending.

Recommendation of the Executive Director – Petersville Factory Administration Building (PDF 3MB)


 

INFORMATION FOR THE ABOVE HEARINGS

If you wish to make a submission in relation to any of the above hearings, please call the Heritage Council Secretariat on 03 9194 0868.

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 Protocol 1 – Registration Hearings.

To enable the Heritage Council to prepare a timetable for a hearing, it is requested that those parties who wish to present their submission in person to the Heritage Council complete Heritage Council Form B – Registration Hearing Participation  and lodge it with their initial submission.

For further information on registration appeals to the Heritage Council, contact the Secretariat on 03 9194 0868 or heritage.council@delwp.vic.gov.au.