Scheduled Registration Hearings

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

Euroa Goods Shed, 1–11 Elliott Street, Euroa, Strathbogie Shire

On 15 January 2024, the Executive Director recommended to the Heritage Council that the Euroa Goods Shed is not of State-level cultural heritage significance and should not be included in the Heritage Register.

Submissions were received in relation to the Recommendation, and submissions requested that a hearing be held. Interested parties have been notified and a Regulatory Committee is being appointed to conduct a hearing on 19 & 20 June 2024.


Former Sunshine Technical College, 111 and 129–133 Derby Road Sunshine, Brimbank City Council

On 15 January 2024, the Executive Director recommended to the Heritage Council that the Former Sunshine Technical College not of State-level cultural heritage significance and should not be included in the Heritage Register.

Submissions were received objecting to the Recommendation and requesting that a hearing be held. Interested parties have been notified and a Regulatory Committee is being appointed to conduct a hearing to be held on 21 October 2024.


Nicholas Building, 31-41 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Melbourne City

On 18 September 2023, the Executive Director recommended that the existing registration of the Nicholas Building be amended in the Heritage Register, by amending the reasons why the place is included in the Heritage Register, and determining categories of works or activities which may be carried out without a permit (permit exemptions).

Twenty-six submissions were received, three of which requested that a hearing be held. A Committee has been appointed to consider the matter and conduct a hearing on 15 & 16 August 2024.


INFORMATION FOR UPCOMING HEARINGS

If you wish to make a submission in relation to an upcoming hearing and are not already a participant, or wish to observe a hearing, please contact the Heritage Council via email at heritage.council@delwp.vic.gov.au.

Further information on Heritage Council hearings is provided in the document Heritage Council Protocol 1 – Registration Hearings.

PLEASE NOTE: 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.