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GUIDELINES FOR

HERITAGE GRANTS
       PROGRAM
                           NOVEMBER 2020

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Contents
     1   How to use these guidelines                        1
     2   About the Heritage Grants Program                  1
         2.1 State Heritage Grants                          1
         2.2 Community Heritage Grants                      2

     3   Heritage Grants Program Process                    3
     4   Applicant Eligibility                              4
         4.1 State Heritage Grants                          4
         4.2 Community Heritage Grants                      4

     5   Project Eligibility                                6
         5.1 State Heritage Grants                          6
         5.2 Community Heritage Grants                      6
             5.2.1 Community Engagement                     6
             5.2.2 Interpretation                           7

     6   Assessing Applications                             8
         6.1 State Heritage Grants                          9
         6.2 Community Heritage Grants                      9

     7   Funding Available                              10
     8   Heritage Consultants and Heritage
         Professionals                                  10
     9   Contractors                                    11
     10 Grant Agreements                                12
     11 Development Approvals and Permits               12
     12 Project Timing                                  13
     13 Applying for a Grant                            14

     COVER: Guildford Hotel, 2015 Heritage Grants Program
            - reconstruction of belvedere.
            Courtesy Squint Photography

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HERITAGE GRANTS PROGRAM - GUIDELINES FOR NOVEMBER 2020 - Government of ...
1 How to use these                             2 About the Heritage
  guidelines                                     Grants Program
These Guidelines will tell you:                The Program encourages investment in State
 • who is eligible to apply
                                               Registered Heritage Places, and supports key
                                               strategic objectives of the Heritage Council
 • what projects are eligible for funding      of WA. The Program is administered by the
 • how applications are assessed               Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage.
                                               In the current 2020/21 Program round, there
 • funding available
                                               is a new stream of funding for community-
 • what to expect if you are successful        based heritage projects, in addition to funding
                                               for private owners for conservation works,
If you would like to discuss your project or   as offered in past grant rounds. Overviews of
have any questions about the Heritage Grants   the two Program streams are provided below.
Program (the Program), please contact the      Sections 4 and 5 of this document outline the
Senior Heritage Grants Administrator on the    specific criteria applicants and projects must
below details.                                 meet to be eligible for either Program stream.

Contact:
                                                        Heritage Grants Program
Senior Heritage Grants Administrator
HCWAincentives@dplh.wa.gov.au
6551 8002
                                                  State Heritage                Community
                                                      Grants                   Heritage Grants

                                               2.1 State Heritage Grants
                                                   stream (SHG)
                                               The SHG grant stream subsidises the cost
                                               of conservation works, documentation
                                               and professional advice relating to the
                                               conservation of State Registered places.

                                               This stream is for private owners of State
                                               Registered Heritage places to assist with:
                                                • physical conservation work.
                                                  For example:
                                                  − structural stabilisation
                                                  − masonry repairs
                                                  − re-roofing works
                                                  − mitigation of damp

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• preparation of conservation management           • Interpretation:
       planning documents.                                projects that relate to a State Registered
       For example:                                       place or a place in the Heritage Council’s
                                                          assessment program. Interpretation
       − Conservation Management Plans
                                                          projects can either be single place projects
       − Archaeological Management Plans                  or projects such as heritage trails that
       − Conservation Management Strategies               incorporate a State Registered place along
       − Cultural Landscape Management Plans              with other local heritage places.
                                                          For example:
    Grants are also available for the development
                                                          − preparation of an Interpretation Plan
    of conservation management planning
                                                          − development of a heritage trail
    documents for places that have been on the
    Heritage Council’s assessment program for             − interpretive signage and immersive
    five or more years.                                     interpretive experiences

    2.2 Community Heritage Grants
        stream (CHG)                                        THINGS TO CONSIDER
    The CHG grant stream is a new                         • Does my project fit into one of
    stream introduced into the 2020/21                      the Program streams?
    Program. This grant stream provides
    assistance to not-for-profit organisations,
                                                          • Am I eligible for the Program
    businesses and local governments for
    community engagement and interpretation
                                                            stream I want to apply for?
    projects related to State Registered
    places. The CHG stream has two categories:            • Is there a project that I am
                                                            capable of undertaking that
     • Community engagement:
                                                            meets the above categories in
       events or activities that celebrate a
                                                            the new Community Heritage
       State Registered place or projects that
                                                            Grants stream?
       promote heritage conservation or
       interpretation across a region or sector.
                                                          • Will my project conserve or
     • For example:
                                                            promote the significance of
       − specialist conservation talks to industry
                                                            a State Registered Heritage
         professionals or community groups
                                                            place?
       − heritage trade skills workshops
       − heritage tours or walks

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3 Heritage Grants Program Process
                  APPLICATIONS OPEN MONDAY - NOVEMBER 2020
      Application forms and guidelines are published on the Department of Planning, Lands
                                     and Heritage’s website.
 You are encouraged to speak with the Senior Heritage Grants Administrator before submitting an
      application to the Program. Contact details can be found at the end of this document.

             APPLICATIONS CLOSE - 12NOON FRIDAY 12 FEBRUARY 2021
             Completed applications must be submitted on or before the closing date,
                      late or incomplete applications cannot be accepted.

                              APPLICATIONS ARE ASSESSED
   The Senior Heritage Grants Administrator reviews all applications against eligibility criteria as
     outlined in sections 4 and 5 of this document. You will be notified if you are not eligible.
        All eligible applications are then assessed in accordance with assessment criteria
                                       as described in section 6.

                             RECOMMENDATIONS ARE MADE
   The Department provides advice to the Heritage Council on the outcomes of the assessment
      process. Recommendations are then made to the Minister for Heritage who approves
                                   projects for the Program.

                 MINISTER’S ANNOUNCEMENT AND GRANT OFFERS
                                 - APRIL/MAY 2021
                      You will be notified of the outcome of your application.
     Grants will be offered by letter, applicants have 28 calendar days to respond to the offer,
                          at which point the offer is automatically retracted.

                                     GRANT AGREEMENT
          All successful applicants are required to enter into a Grant Agreement with the
      Heritage Council in order to accept the grant award. Projects should not proceed until
                            the Grant Agreement has been executed.
                              See section 10 for further information.

                                      PROJECT DELIVERY
       The Department will monitor progress of the project. Applicants are required to meet
           reporting requirements outlined in their Grant Agreements of this document.

                                   PROJECT COMPLETION
     The project must be completed by the final claim date specified in the Grant Agreement
                                   or as otherwise varied.

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4 Applicant eligibility                                 d) Applications from owners of places that
                                                               have been on the Heritage Council’s
                                                               assessment program for five or more
    To be eligible for the Program you need to
                                                               years may be accepted if they relate
    meet criteria specific to the grant stream
                                                               to the preparation of conservation
    you are applying for. Applicant eligibility
                                                               management planning documents.
    requirements are outlined below under both
    the SHG and the CHG Program streams.                   Ineligible applicants:
    Please read the criteria carefully to ensure
    you are eligible before applying to the                 • Local governments
    Program. If you are unsure if you meet the              • Australian Government or
    criteria, please contact the Senior Heritage
                                                            • State Government agencies
    Grants Administrator for assistance on
    6551 8002 or
    HCWAincentives@dplh.wa.gov.au.                         4.2 Community Heritage Grants
                                                               (CHG)
    4.1 State Heritage Grants (SHG)                        Eligible applicants:
    Eligible applicants:                                   To be eligible for the CHG grant stream,
    To be eligible for the SHG stream applicants           applicants must be one of the following:
    must:                                                   a) incorporated not-for-profit organisation
     a) be a private owner of a State Registered               registered with the Australian Charities
        place and                                              and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC)

     b) hold comprehensive building insurance               b) businesses, including individuals/ sole
        for the place                                          traders, with a valid ABN or
                                                            c) WA local government authorities.
    The following additional eligibility criteria also
    applies to some applicants:                            Applicants must also meet all of the below
     a) Not-for-profit organisations must provide          criteria:
        evidence that the project has been                  a) hold appropriate business, professional
        declined or has been refused Lotterywest               indemnity, public liability insurance or
        funding.                                               comprehensive building insurance (as
     b) Non-government entities that are leasing               applicable to the project) for the duration
        a government-owned place, and have                     of the project
        been for 10 or more years, may be                   b) provide detail of the estimated income
        eligible if they can provide evidence the              as a result of the project if you are a
        maintenance of the place is their full                 commercial applicant
        responsibility.
                                                            c) disclose all sources of funding for the
     c) Owners that have held the Certificate of               project in the project application and
        Title for three years or less must provide
                                                            d) provide evidence of place ownership
        evidence that the defects giving rise to
                                                               or owner authorisation if your project
        the project were unknown at the time
                                                               involves any works to a place
        of property settlement and the cost of
        repairs exceeds the property value.                Ineligible applicants:
                                                            • State Government entities or other affiliated
                                                              bodies

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THINGS TO CONSIDER
   • Do I meet all of the required
     criteria for the Program stream I
     want to apply for?

   • Am I able to demonstrate that I
     meet the criteria?

   • Am I eligible for Lotterywest
     funding?

   • Do I have building insurance?

   • How long have I owned the
     place my project relates to or
     does the owner support my
     project?

Peedamulla Homestead, Hocking Heritage and Architecture, 2019

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5 Project eligibility                                • reimbursement of insurance excess
                                                           payments

    In addition to applicant eligibility, projects       • projects to places that have an active
    must meet set criteria relevant to the Program         heritage grant from a previous round
    stream being applied for. You should ensure          • educational or promotional activities
    your project can satisfy the following criteria        (eligible under the CHG grant stream)
    before submitting an application.
                                                         • heritage interpretation (eligible under the
                                                           CHG grant stream)
    5.1 State Heritage Grants (SHG)
    Eligible projects:                                  5.2 Community Heritage Grants
                                                            (CHG)
    SHG grant projects must fall into one of the
    below categories:                                   5.2.1 Community engagement
     a) physical conservation works to a State          Eligible projects:
        Registered place that demonstrates
        the need for urgent stabilisation and/          The Community engagement category is
        or essential conservation of significant        intended for events or activities that celebrate
        fabric or                                       a State Registered place. Projects eligible in
     b) conservation management planning                this category promote heritage conservation
        documents that demonstrate best                 or interpretation across a region or sector.
        practice planning for a State Registered
        place, or a place that has been on the          Some examples of events or activities that
        Heritage Council’s assessment program           may be eligible under this category may be,
        for five or more years                          but are not limited to:
                                                         • specialist talks from heritage industry
    Ineligible projects:                                   professionals
     • construction of new buildings or additions        • heritage trade skills workshops
     • demolition of significant fabric                  • heritage tours or walks
     • purchase of land, heritage buildings, or
       movable heritage items                           Projects must meet at least one of the
                                                        following criteria:
     • relocation of buildings or heritage items;
       works to relocated buildings                      a) celebrate the cultural heritage
                                                            significance of at least one State
     • administrative costs of the applicant
                                                            Registered place
     • tasks that have already occurred or
                                                         b) provide advice, training or support to
       substantially commenced prior to grant
                                                            custodians of historic heritage places
       application
                                                            and promote best practice in line with
     • general maintenance                                  applicable Heritage Council policies and
     • works that are the subject of a statutory            the Burra Charter or
       work order                                        c) educate the community on the
     • works required under a Heritage Agreement            importance, identification and
                                                            conservation of historic heritage places
     • works claimable or claimed under an
       insurance policy

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Projects must meet all of the below criteria:     Projects must meet all of the below criteria:
 a) be offered to the general public or to a       a) compile or follow an established
    broad special interest group                      interpretation plan
 b) demonstrate a clear, measurable                b) demonstrate a clear, measurable
    community benefit                                 community benefit
 c) identify key stakeholders and key              c) identify key stakeholders and key
    messages to be delivered                          messages to be delivered
 d) promote best practice heritage                 d) not replicate an existing event, activity,
    conservation or heritage place research           service or product
 e) demonstrate collaboration with other           e) provide interpretation of the cultural
    individuals or organisations in delivery of       heritage significance of at least one
    the event, activity or project and                State Registered place (or place on the
                                                      Heritage Council’s assessment program)
 f) consider significant heritage elements
    in project design, delivery and key            f) demonstrate collaboration with other
    messages                                          individuals or organisations in delivery of
                                                      the event, activity or project and
5.2.2 Interpretation
                                                   g) consider significant heritage elements
Eligible projects:                                    in project design, delivery and key
                                                      messages
The Interpretation category is intended to
support interpretation projects that relate to    Ineligible projects:
a State Registered place or a place in the         • administrative costs
Heritage Council’s assessment program.
                                                   • tasks that have already taken place, or have
Projects that may be eligible under this             commenced
category may be, but are not limited to:           • general maintenance
 • preparation of an interpretation plan           • development of a commercial brand,
 • development of a heritage trail                   product or sales activity

 • interpretive signage                            • purchase or long-term (ongoing outside
                                                     term of grant agreement) lease of assets
 • interpretive displays                             including equipment, land or buildings
 • immersive interpretive experiences              • funding of ongoing salaries, positions of
                                                     employment
Projects must meet at least one of the
following criteria:                                • conservation works (unless works are
                                                     undertaken as part of a project providing
 a) promote the cultural heritage significance       a hands-on conservation training course/
    of at least one State Registered place or        event)
 b) educate the community on the                   • projects that replicate an existing event, or
    importance, identification and                   events held in a heritage place that do not
    conservation of historic heritage places         otherwise promote heritage conservation or
                                                     interpretation

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THINGS TO CONSIDER
       • Does my project meet all of the
         required criteria for the Program
         stream I want to apply for?

       • Will I be able to demonstrate my
         project meets the criteria?

       • Are any elements of my project
         listed as ineligible projects
         under the stream I want to apply
         for?

    Lost Trades of Perth heritage workshop, City of Perth, 2020

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6 Assessing applications                            b) demonstrates use or application of
                                                       traditional trade skills
All eligible applications received under both       c) demonstrates cause, effect and solution
grant streams are assessed against the
                                                    d) demonstrates future management
following criteria to ensure they are consistent
                                                       of the place
with the objectives of the Program:
                                                    e) project seeks to reduce risk from
 a) demonstrates best practice heritage
                                                       natural hazards
    outcomes, with priority given to longer
    term, high quality heritage projects and
    outcomes                                       6.2 Community Heritage Grants
 b) demonstrates consistency with Burra                (CHG)
    Charter principles
                                                   Applications under the CHG stream will also
 c) demonstrates consistency with current
                                                   be assessed against the following additional
    Heritage Council policies and guidelines
                                                   criteria:
 d) demonstrates sound understanding
                                                    a) demonstrates a clear and measurable
    of the cultural heritage significance
                                                       community benefit
    of the place, including relevance
    and applicability to the Statement of           b) Demonstrates a wide community reach
    Significance
                                                    c) demonstrates active community
 e) demonstrates capacity and commitment               engagement
    to deliver project in a timely manner using
                                                    d) demonstrates a new service, product
    suitable qualified heritage professionals
                                                       or event
    and consultants
                                                    e) demonstrates engagement with local
 f) demonstrates value for money
                                                       community, volunteers and trades during
 g) demonstrates compliance with previous              project delivery
    grant agreements where applicable
                                                   Applications under the CHG stream will be
 h) demonstrates the facilitation of heritage
                                                   prioritised if they:
    education, tourism, public benefit and
    enjoyment                                       • promote economic recovery following
                                                      COVID-19, particularly in regional areas
                                                    • provide paid or voluntary employment
6.1 State Heritage Grants (SHG)                       opportunities

Applications under the SHG stream will also         • demonstrate community capacity building,
be assessed against the following additional          including the use of new or existing
criteria:                                             partnerships
                                                    • promote historic heritage in a primary,
 a) constitutes urgent or essential works
                                                      secondary, tertiary or vocational education
    to conserve, preserve or stabilise
                                                      setting
    significant fabric or values, with priority
    given to urgent works to address ‘at risk’
    elements

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7 Funding available                                  8 Heritage consultants
     A total of $1,221,000 has been allocated to
                                                            and heritage
     the Heritage Grants Program in the 2020/21             professionals
     State Budget. Funding will be shared
     between successful applicants of both                As a condition of grant award, projects in
     program streams.                                     both Program streams must employ an
                                                          approved heritage consultant or heritage
                                                          professional, with demonstrated recent
     Stream 1:                                            relevant experience, to provide professional
     State Heritage Grants (SHG)                          supervision and guide the project for its
                                                          duration. Consultants for conservation works
     Discretionary grants of up to $40,000 (ex            projects are required to provide a project
     GST) are offered for conservation works              status summary for each claim submitted
     projects and up to $10,000 (ex GST) for              under the Program, and certify costs being
     non-works projects, on a dollar-for-dollar           claimed.
     (50:50) basis. In-kind contributions will not be
     considered.                                          Heritage consultants must meet one of
                                                          the below criteria, to the satisfaction of the
     Where an application for a conservation              Grantor or its representative, as applicable to
     management planning document for a                   the project:
     place on the Heritage Council’s assessment            a) registered practising architect or
     program is successful, the funding will be               registered architectural corporation
     offered on an 80:20 (Grantor:Grantee) basis.
                                                           b) structural engineer
                                                           c) archaeologist
     Stream 2:
                                                           d) chartered building surveyor
     Community Heritage Grants
                                                           e) qualified professional (e.g. Bachelor or
     (CHG)
                                                              Masters of Architecture, Bachelor of
     Matched funding up to $20,000 is offered per             Arts (History), Archaeology, etc.) with
     complete project. The minimum funding to                 considerable professional experience
     any one project is $1,000. All grants paid will          (only applicable to non-works projects) or
     be ‘grossed up’ by 10 per cent to account             f) member of Australia International Council
     for the recipient’s GST liabilities and thereby          on Monuments and Sites (only applicable
     provide the net level of benefit intended. This          to non-works projects)
     grossing-up will apply irrespective of the GST
     registration status of any individual Grantee.       All heritage consultants and heritage
                                                          professionals must be able to satisfy all of the
     Matched funding may be met with in-                  below additional criteria, to the satisfaction of
     kind contributions, where these can be               the Grantor or its representative:
     substantiated and are in line with generally
                                                           a) demonstrated recent experience
     accepted rates.
                                                              in projects of a similar nature and
                                                              scope and able to provide examples if
                                                              requested

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b) able to provide several recent examples       Applicants are advised to ensure contractors
    of projects where the consultant provided     are licensed to undertake the work, carry
    the majority of heritage conservation         valid insurance and the work is covered by
    services to the project                       a standard building contract. Consultants
                                                  should only be appointed when applicants
 c) demonstrated willingness and ability to
                                                  are satisfied they can provide the required
    practice within the terms of the Burra
                                                  services.
    Charter (ICOMOS’ charter for places of
    cultural significance)
 d) prepares documentation to applicable
    Heritage Council or the Department’s
    standards and
                                                       THINGS TO CONSIDER
 e) able to follow the Heritage Council or           • Have I seen relevant examples
    the Department’s document briefs when              of work undertaken by the
    preparing Conservation Management                  heritage consultant and/or
    Plans or other heritage planning                   contractor?
    documents

                                                     • Do I have evidence that the
9 Contractors                                          heritage consultant and/or
                                                       contractor has the capability to
Applicants are responsible for ensuring that           undertake my project?
the contractors selected for works projects
have demonstrable expertise and experience
in delivering heritage conservations works           • Does the heritage consultant
projects in accordance with best practice              and/or contactor have
standards. The use of contractors that have            the relevant professional
traditional trade skills is encouraged, and may        qualifications, memberships and
be deemed necessary, at the discretion of              experience?
the Heritage Council, for certain conservation
works.                                               • Do I have references from
                                                       previous clients of the heritage
The Heritage Council’s InContact database              consultant and/or contractor
may provide assistance when selecting                  that support their capabilities?
contractors. Businesses listed in InContact
are not endorsed by the Council or the
Department and applicants must make their
own assessment when selecting a business
or individual to carry out work. Contractors
and trades that are not listed on InContact
may also be suitable where relevant and
applicable experience can be demonstrated
and endorsed by reference. The InContact
Database can be found here:
http://incontact.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/

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10 Grant agreements                                 11 Development approvals
     All successful applicants are required to enter
                                                            and permits
     into a grant agreement with the Heritage
                                                         Projects undertaken in the Program are
     Council in order to accept the grant award.
                                                         not exempt from statutory approvals or
     The grant agreement sets out the terms and
                                                         permits usually required of the project being
     conditions applicable to the grant and defines
                                                         undertaken.
     the roles and responsibilities of grantor and
     grantee.                                            For physical works projects, development
                                                         approvals and building permits may apply.
     Both parties must sign the grant agreement
                                                         An approved grant agreement does not
     before any funding can be released. Any
                                                         preclude the requirements for development
     work undertaken prior to the execution of the
                                                         approval. More information on the Heritage
     agreement is not claimable.
                                                         Council’s development approval process can
                                                         be found on the Department’s website.

                                                         If you are unsure if your project requires
                                                         development approval, contact your local
                                                         government to discuss the works.

                                                               THINGS TO CONSIDER
                                                            • Will my project require
                                                              development approval?

                                                            • Will my project require a
                                                              building permit?

                                                            • Have I spoken with my local
                                                              government to discuss relevant
                                                              approvals or permits required?

                                                            • Have I considered the
                                                              timeframes for obtaining the
                                                              approvals I need into the
                                                              delivery time for my project?

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12 Project timing
All projects and events must be completed
within 12 months from the execution of             THINGS TO CONSIDER
the Grant Agreement. Pending applicant
acceptance, Grant Agreements are expected        • Have I considered how long my
to be executed in May/June 2021. Applicants        project will take to complete?
should carefully consider their ability to
complete projects within this timeframe prior    • What could delay the delivery of
to applying for the Program.
                                                   my project?
Works projects in both Program streams
are required to generally follow the below       • Will I be able to complete my
timeline. Project timelines must be agreed to      project within a year of signing a
prior to the execution of the grant agreement.     Grant Agreement?
Variations may be considered during the
project delivery where both the applicant and    • Do I have a project plan for the
the grantor agree to a revised timeframe.          project?

STAGE 1
Evidence of development        Three months
approval (if applicable)       after letter of
is submitted to the            award
Department

STAGE 2
The applicant is required      Six months
to submit a progress report    after letter of
or draft conservation          award
management document if
applicable

STAGE 3
The applicant is required      Nine months
to submit a final progress     after letter of
report and evidence of         award
project completion

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13 Applying for a grant                                                   Postal submissions should be clearly
                                                                               addressed to:
     To submit an application to the Program you                                Senior Heritage Grants Administrator
     must complete the published application form                               Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage
     in full and submit all required attachments.                               Locked Bag 2506
     Applications must be received by the                                       Perth WA 6001
     Department on or before the advertised
     closing date and time.                                                     In person to:
                                                                                Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage
     If you have any queries about the Program or
                                                                                Gordon Stephenson House
     require assistance preparing your application,
                                                                                Level 2, 140 William Street
     please contact the Senior Heritage Grants
                                                                                Perth WA 6000
     Administrator via 6551 8002
     or HCWAincentives@dplh.wa.gov.au.
                                                                               Contact:
     Applications should be submitted to
     HCWAincentives@dplh.wa.gov.au,                                            Senior Heritage Grants Administrator
     or can be submitted via post or in person.                                HCWAincentives@dplh.wa.gov.au
                                                                               6551 8002

     The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage acknowledges the
     traditional owners and custodians of this land. We pay our respect to
     Elders past and present, their descendants who are with us today, and
     those who will follow in their footsteps.

     Disclaimer
     This document has been produced by the Department of Planning,
     Lands and Heritage on behalf of the Heritage Council of Western
     Australia. Any representation, statement, opinion or advice
     expressed or implied in this publication is made in good faith and
     on the basis that the Government, its employees and agents are
     not liable for any damage or loss whatsoever which may occur as a
     result of action taken or not taken, as the case may be, in respect
     of any representation, statement, opinion or advice referred to
     herein. Professional advice should be obtained before applying the
     information contained in this document to particular circumstances.

     © State of Western Australia      Published November 2020                 The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage owns all
                                                                               photography in this document unless otherwise stated.
     Published by the                  website: www.dplh.wa.gov.au
     Heritage Council		                email: info@dplh.wa.gov.au              This document is available in alternative formats
     Gordon Stephenson House                                                   on application to the Department of Planning, Lands and
     140 William Street                tel: 08 6551 8002                       Heritage Communications Branch.
     Perth WA 6000                     fax: 08 6551 9001
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