Have a say on Gladstone region Local Heritage Register

GLADSTONE Regional Council is calling for submissions identifying any inclusions or exclusions for the Local Heritage Register.

The register was adopted in July 2013 and is approaching its annual review.

It exists to manage and protect significant local heritage sites from inappropriate development and demolition.

Gladstone Mayor Gail Sellers encourages residents to use this opportunity, if they have views either way, or are interested in the nature of Gladstone's future development.

"Council wants community input on this so future decisions about development or otherwise can be considered and informed based on the register's content," Cr Sellers said.

The register has 66 place cards including 26 state endorsed places and 40 locally significant sites.

Submissions should be made no later than November 27 via the council's website or you can download the form and deliver your thoughts to the front counter at 109 Goondoon Street.

The council's Development Services Department will assess all applications and approved inclusions or exclusions will be taken to a general Council meeting.

Further inquiries can be made via email info@gladstonerc.qld.gov.au or phone 4970 0700.



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