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Archaeological Value Hearings
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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.

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