Tasmanian Heritage Register Notifications

NOTICE OF PERMANENT ENTRY OF A PLACE OR PLACES
IN THE TASMANIAN HERITAGE REGISTER

In accordance with section 21(1)(a) and section 26 (b) of the Historic Cultural Heritage Act 1995, the Tasmanian Heritage Council gives notice that it has entered the places listed below in the Tasmanian Heritage Register on a permanent basis:

THR#:11976, Duck Reach Power Scheme, Regatta Road, & 1-5 Corin Street, Trevallyn, & 2-16 Corin Street, West Launceston

THR#:4469, 'Mount Stuart', 33-35 Mount Stuart Drive, Newnham THR#:11875, 'Oura Oura', 159 Gulf Road, Liffey

THR#:11993, Kelly's Steps, Kelly Street, Battery Point THR#:11994, Kelvedon, 12371 Tasman Highway, Swansea THR#:10674, Mayday Hydraulic Mine, Guildford Road, Guildford

THR#:9881, Carn Brea Tin Mine, East of Trial Harbour and Granville Road, Zeehan

Any person who lodged an objection or submission may appeal to the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal against a decision of the Heritage Council under section 27 of the Act. An appeal must be made in writing and lodged with the Appeal Tribunal (GPO Box 2036 Hobart 7001) within 30 days after this notice.

Brett Torossi
Chair
Tasmanian Heritage Council
6 November 2019

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NOTICE OF REMOVAL OF AN ENTRY OR ENTRIES
FROM THE TASMANIAN HERITAGE REGISTER


 

In accordance with section 26 (b) of the Historic Cultural Heritage Act 1995 (the Act), and having considered:
  • the objections made under section 23 of the Act; and
  • the submissions made under section 24 of the Act –
in relation to the Tasmanian Heritage Council's intention to remove the entry or entries relating to the place or places set out below, the Tasmanian Heritage Council gives notices that it will remove the following entry or entries from the Tasmanian Heritage Register:

Place(s):
THR#: 9836, Rocky Cape Hall, 19074 Bass Highway, Rocky Cape

Any person who lodged an objection under section 23 of the Act or a submission under section 24 of the Act, may appeal this decision to the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal under section 27 of the Act. An appeal must be made in writing and lodged with the Tribunal (GPO Box 2036, Hobart 7001) within 30 days of the publication of this notice.

In accordance with section 25(2)(a) the entry relating to this place will not be removed from the Heritage Register until at least 31 days after this notice is published. If the decision is appealed, the entry will not be removed unless and until the Tribunal makes an order confirming the decision.

Brett Torossi
Chair
Tasmanian Heritage Council
6 November 2019



 



 

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