Archaeological Value Hearings
Archaeological value hearings are public processes that allow interested parties to present their views on whether or not a place should be included in the Victorian Heritage Inventory as a site of ‘archaeological value’.
The Council’s protocols and forms govern hearings and reviews which are conducted under the Heritage Act 2017.
Archaeological Value Hearings Explained
Follow the stages of a Archaeological Value Hearing from beginning to end. This section describes what is involved in an Archaeological Value Hearing and shows you the steps from initial submission to final decision.
Scheduled Archaeological Value Hearings
Find out about upcoming Archaeological value hearings.
Archaeological Value Decisions
Read some of the Heritage Council’s Archaeological Value decisions.