Local Heritage Places

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Shore Street East Precinct, c.1920s (RCC Library)

Proposed major amendment to Redland City Plan (03/19 Heritage Major Amendment)

Council recently commissioned a heritage consultant to undertake a review of European heritage places in the city.

The review identified a number of heritage places representing a range of historic themes and phases relevant to the European settlement history of Redlands Coast.

These places are under consideration for entry in the Redlands Local Heritage Register, and Council proposes to include them as a major amendment to Redland City Plan (03/19 Heritage Major Amendment). The reasons for the proposed entry are detailed in the individual site cards for each property which can be found in Citations for Proposed Local Heritage Places.

You can see Redland City Council’s existing Local Heritage Register (Schedule 7 of Redland City Plan) here.

Maintaining the currency and relevance of Redland City Plan is achieved through an ongoing program of feedback, review and amendments as regulated by the Planning Act 2016.

Community consultation and submissions are an essential part of that process.

You can share your knowledge, find out about local heritage places, or make a submission before consultation closes on 4 December 2020.

Proposed major amendment to Redland City Plan (03/19 Heritage Major Amendment)

Council recently commissioned a heritage consultant to undertake a review of European heritage places in the city.

The review identified a number of heritage places representing a range of historic themes and phases relevant to the European settlement history of Redlands Coast.

These places are under consideration for entry in the Redlands Local Heritage Register, and Council proposes to include them as a major amendment to Redland City Plan (03/19 Heritage Major Amendment). The reasons for the proposed entry are detailed in the individual site cards for each property which can be found in Citations for Proposed Local Heritage Places.

You can see Redland City Council’s existing Local Heritage Register (Schedule 7 of Redland City Plan) here.

Maintaining the currency and relevance of Redland City Plan is achieved through an ongoing program of feedback, review and amendments as regulated by the Planning Act 2016.

Community consultation and submissions are an essential part of that process.

You can share your knowledge, find out about local heritage places, or make a submission before consultation closes on 4 December 2020.

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Local Heritage Places

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Council recently commissioned a heritage consultant to undertake a review of European heritage places in the city.

The review identified a number of places representing a range of historic themes and phases relevant to the European settlement history of Redlands Coast.

Click on the pink pins on the map to read about our heritage places.

Click on the '+' symbol to drop a blue pin on a place you want to share your local history knowledge on.