Uralla Old Court House Adaptive Reuse

  • Project typeInfrastructure
  • Project value$925,000
  • Project schedulePlanning stage
  • Completion Date30 June 2023
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Council has received a grant of $925,000 under Stage Two of the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund co-funded by the NSW State and Australian Federal Governments for the restoration of the Uralla Old Court House and adaptive reuse of the historic building.

Restoration works will include asbestos removal, roof repairs, flooring, electrical and kitchen renewals, as well as the installation of solar, fencing, and more to meet health and safety standards and enable the building to be repurposed for future use.

This is an exciting project with many social, economic, and environmental benefits for the Uralla Shire community.

There are many examples of former court houses being adaptively re-used. Some new uses for these buildings have included professional office space, commercial uses, and community museums. 

What's happening now

Council is starting its deliberative engagement process with the community to determine how the restored Court House can be most appropriately utilised into the future.

This survey is the first stage of community consultation seeking feedback on the adaptive reuse of the Uralla Old Court House.

lsps-survey.jpg Click here to take the online survey. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.

Paper copies of the survey can be collected from the Council Administration Centre at 32 Salisbury Street, Uralla.

Written submissions can be made via email to council@uralla.nsw.gov.au or by post to PO Box 106, Uralla NSW 2358.

The survey will close at 5:00pm on Friday, 29 October 2021.

More Information

The Uralla Old Court House is listed as a heritage site of local significance. Council's Heritage Advisor provided a report on the Uralla Old Court House to Council in March 2020. Click on the link below to view or download the report.

The Uralla Old Court House is also listed in the State Heritage Inventory. To learn more, please visit the Heritage NSW website.

This project is co-funded by the NSW State and Australian Federal Governments under Stage Two of the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund. To learn more about Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Stage 2 projects, please visit the Regional NSW website.

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Do you have questions about this project? Please contact Council using our online form, via email at council@uralla.nsw.gov.au or telephone our Customer Service Centre on (02) 6778 6300.

 

Contact details

Uralla Shire Council
02 6778 6300

Location

9A Hill Street, Uralla 2358  View Map

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