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.

Heritage List

The City of Stirling has created a Heritage List within its Local Planning Scheme No. 3 , identifying those places which are of cultural significance and worthy of conservation under the provisions of the Scheme.

The City's Heritage List is currently under review.   Stage 1 of the review was completed in October 2014.  It focussed on those parts of the City not within the Heritage Protection Areas in Mt Lawley, Menora and Inglewood.  Stage 2 will focus on the Heritage Protection Areas.  To find out more about the review go to Municipal Inventory and Heritage List Review page.

Heritage List
 

Heritage List Incentives Overview

**The nomination period for 2017/18 is now closed**

Once a year, the City opens for nominations where properties on the City's Heritage List are encouraged to submit an application for one or more incentives in the City's Heritage List Incentives Program.  The Incentives included are:

  • Heritage Grant
  • Rates Concession
  • Technical Advice

All application forms for Heritage List Incentives can be found below.  They should be clearly labelled with the incentive(s) being applied for and addressed to:  Heritage List Incentives, City of Stirling, PO Box 1533, Osborne Park WA 6916 or emailed to: stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au

For more information regarding the City's Heritage Incentives Program please contact the us via email at stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au or by calling (08) 9205 8555.


Who can apply?

  • Property owners whose place is listed on the City of Stirling's Heritage List;
  • Non-profit groups who have a long-term lease or legal agreement for the maintenance of a building listed on the City of Stirling's Heritage List; and
  • Person(s) who meet either of the above criteria and have not incurred rates debts with the City of Stirling.


Heritage Grant

The City of Stirling recognises that our heritage buildings form an essential part of our community. The Heritage Grants fund has been developed to demonstrate the City of Stirling's commitment to landowners who want to contribute to the retention and enhancement of buildings listed on the City's Heritage List.

The Grants aim to:  

  • Promote conservation planning and physical conservation works associated with places on the City's Heritage List;
  • Encourage a partnership approach between owners of properties on the City's Heritage List and the City of Stirling;
  • Provide financial assistance to owners in the conservation and restoration of places identified on the City of Stirling's Heritage List; and
  • Encourage owners to support the designation/retention of buildings recognised on the City of Stirling's Heritage List.

Heritage Grants Information Sheet

Heritage Grants Application Form

Heritage Grants Conditions of Funding

Heritage Grants Schedule of Works


Rates Concession

Owners of rateable residential and commercial property, that is included in the City of Stirling Heritage List, can apply for a discount on their general rate charge to assist with the care and maintenance of their property.  The City of Stirling will invite applications for a 50% rate concession on the general rate levied, with the concession for commercial properties capped at $2,000 per property.  This concession will need to be applied for on an annual basis.

To be eligible to receive the Heritage Rate Concession, properties must have full value building insurance and a current pest control certificate.  More information about eligibility for the Heritage Rate Concessions can be found in the City's Terms and Conditions.

Applications for the Heritage Rate Concession must be received by no later than 60 days from the issue date of the current rate notice. Applications received after this period will not be eligible for the concession for the current financial year. Subject to circumstances, the City may defer application of the rebate until the following financial year. 

Heritage Rates Consession Conditions

Heritage Rates Consession Application Form

 

Technical Advice

The provision of pre-lodgement technical heritage advice for Heritage Listed properties allows the City's Senior Heritage Officer to provide conservation and development advice on the property prior to a formal development application.

Heritage Technical Advice Application Form