The City of Stirling’s Heritage Management Strategy is complimented by a promotion program that seeks to encourage a positive image of the City's heritage.  One of the projects under the program is the Heritage Awards.

Heritage Awards

The biennial Heritage Awards focus on the conservation of the built environment and streetscape, and the promotion of heritage within the community. They recognise individuals and community groups who have made a strong commitment to the promotion of heritage within their community.  Through the Awards, the City of Stirling also recognises the importance of good design and development standards in managing the built environment.
 
The 2016 Heritage Awards opened for nominations on 1 February 2016 and closed on Friday 1 April 2016.  
Winners for the 2016 Heritage Award were announced at the Award Ceremony on Wednesday 29  June 2016.

 

 2016 Winners

 

Category 1 Conservation of the Built Environment and Streetscape

''Conservation and Sensitive Adaptation of a Heritage Building"

26 Elstree Avenue, Menora

Category 2 Education and Promotion of Heritage

This award is granted to an individual or group who has made an outstanding contribution towards the education of, and promotion of heritage within the City of Stirling.

Mr Ian Merker

Category 3 The Barrie Baker Special Recognition Award

Mount Lawley Primary School

 

2016 High Commendations

Category 1 Conservation of the Built Environment and Streetscape

''Conservation and Sensitive Adaptation of a Heritage Building"

66 John Street, Inglewood

 

Previous Winners

Heritage Awards Winners 2014

Heritage Awards Winners 2012

Heritage Awards Winners 2010

Heritage Awards Winners 2008

Heritage Awards Winners 2006 

Heritage Awards Winners 2003


Please contact the City Planning Unit for further details by email stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au or phone (08) 9205 8555.