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November 14, 6:30pm | South Brisbane


Building from the session held earlier this year at Heritage 101 this workshop will provide practical information and insights. Presented to you by the Department of Environment and Science and a Heritage Architect, learn practical skills in how to make applications for heritage places.
 Ruth Woods, a heritage architect will share about the role of Australia ICOMOS and the Burra Charter. She'll give us insight on cultural heritage and the importance of a conservation management. Learn more about local heritage in Brisbane and some practical tools.
Ben Carson, a principal heritage officer will share the different assessment pathways when working on State heritage places. Delving deeper, he'll cover the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 and Planning Act 2016.
Marie-Anne Ammons, Marie-Anne, a principal heritage officer will discuss the information requirement to support an application for State heritage places including information and requests and hertiage impact statement.


Registration and refreshments open at 6pm. Please be seated at 6:30pm. Please note, there is strictly no carparking on site. Those spots are reserved.


Australian Institute of Architects
70 Merivale St, South Brisbane, QLD 4101

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