The City of Stirling has a number of heritage properties, many of which are in the protection areas of Inglewood, Mt Lawley and Menora. Find out the guidelines and assistance programs for redevelopment of heritage sites.
Development on heritage properties
Here you can access summary information on requirements for development on heritage properties in residential areas, including approvals required and the application process.
Heritage awards and heritage site markers
The City of Stirling’s heritage management strategy is complimented by an incentives and promotion program that seeks to encourage a positive image of the City's heritage. Two projects under the program are the heritage awards and the heritage site markers.
Heritage loan subsidy scheme
The Heritage Loan Subsidy Scheme helps owners of heritage properties undertake conservation works by offering loans at a reduced rate. Find out if your property qualifies and how to apply.
Heritage protection areas
To ensure heritage character is retained, protected and reflected in any new development, Inglewood, Mt Lawley and Menora are classified as Heritage Protection Areas within the City of Stirling. Find out more about our heritage protected areas and Character Retention Guidelines.
As part of the City of Stirling’s heritage management strategy, a Heritage List is used to identify those places in the Municipal Inventory that are of cultural significance and worthy of conservation.
A list of places that the City of Stirling community see as important and/or representative of their heritage has been collated into the Municipal Inventory. Find out more about the inventory, including how often it is reviewed.
State register of heritage places
The State Register of Heritage Places is a list of places given protection under the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990. Find out how to access the register.
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