Heritage Advisory Services
Council's heritage advisor visits the Shire on a one-day-a month basis.
The heritage advisor's role is to work with Council staff and management to develop a heritage policy and heritage strategy to agree on the areas that they and the Council will address; who will be involved; establish community interests and expectations for heritage outcomes; as well as resources needed to implement the strategy.
The heritage advisor will normally spend the morning of their visits with Council staff looking at current building and development applications which include heritage items. Their afternoon will normally be devoted to inspecting sites and providing free advice to owners. The inspections and advice will usually be on an appointment basis.
A key component of the heritage advisor role is to ensure that the Council and the local community have adequate access to heritage focused education, management and promotion.
Appointments with the heritage advisor can be made by contacting Council on (02) 6778 6300.
Resources & Documents
Click here to view the Uralla Heritage Colours Pamphlet.(PDF, 246KB)
The following publications are available for viewing at Council's Customer Service Centre and also in the Uralla Library Reference Collection:
- Colour Schemes for old Australian Houses
- More Colour Schemes for old Australian Houses
The Heritage Advisory Memo No 77 dated 3 March 2020 can be viewed or downloaded here.(PDF, 679KB)
All Heritage Advisory Memos are provided by way of report to Council and included in the business papers of Council's Ordinary Meetings. Business papers are available on our website to view or download on our Business Papers, Agendas & Minutes page.