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. Part 7 of Local Planning Scheme No. 3 outlines the heritage list provisions.
The City of Stirling Heritage List contains properties considered to be of local cultural heritage significance and worthy of conservation. All applications involving development of properties on the heritage list will be assessed on their merits.
The City may require a heritage assessment to be carried out prior to the approval of any development. Applications involving demolition will be required to be referred to Council for consideration.
For more information, please phone our Customer Contact Centre on (08) 9205 8555.
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The State Register of Heritage Places is a list of buildings that are significant to the state. This list is administered by the Heritage Council of Western Australia. For more information or to see the State Register of Heritage Places, please visit the State Heritage website.