Heritage Notation Assessment

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Property Values The affects of Heritage notation orders Detailed analysis 23rd April 2012 Contents Abstract Introduction What is Heritage Significance? What is a Heritage notation order? What are the benefits of heritage listing? What does a heritage listing entail? How is the community affected? What are the disadvantages of heritage listing? The role of local government planning. The role of the Commonwealth. The positive impact of heritage listing on value. The negative impact of heritage listing on value Conclusion References 3 4 5 5 7 8 8 9 11 12 12 13 14 15 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Property Values 2 Abstract When determining Heritage property values, multiple factors must be taken into consideration both…show more content…
Many areas are sought after due to their streetscape, environmental landscape and location to transport facilities. Our heritage gives us a sense of living history and provides a physical link to the work and way of life of earlier generations. It enriches our lives and helps us to understand who we are today. Property Values 4 1. What is Heritage Significance? The concept of heritage significance is based upon an idea that a place or an artefact may be historic, scientific, aesthetic or social value for the past, present and future generations. The state of New South Wales has two main types of heritage listings known as conservation areas and heritage items. An item listed as heritage identifies that a place or object has some heritage significance. There are four main permitted lists for heritage listings, for places that are local such as a council district, state-wide, Australia-wide and internationally. Local items of heritage significance are listed on Local Environment Plans, at the local council. The State Heritage Register lists our State’s most significant heritage places. The Nationale Heritage List contains details of Australia-wide heritage items or places. The World Heritage List contains items of world wide significance. There is currently 936 properties listed as outstanding universal value. Heritage places gathered from all lists combined demonstrate and illustrate the unique history of NSW and Australia. As physical links to
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