Heritage

Public exhibition – Archaeological sites

Council is proposing to amend Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 to delete the listing of three archaeological heritage items – A484, A485 and A488 – based on a heritage review of the sites. The items are a former tram terminus in Avenue Road, and former quarries in Avenue Road, and between Harnett Avenue and Royalist .. read more

On August 31st, 2017, posted in: Heritage by

Apply now for Heritage Assistance Fund

Apply now for the Heritage Assistance  Fund Heritage Fund applications for the 2016/17 financial year are still open. Council can offer small dollar for dollar grants of up to $3000 per Heritage Item and up to $1000 for properties located within a Heritage Conservation Area under the Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012. If you are .. read more

On April 7th, 2017, posted in: Heritage by Tags:

We are now accepting Mosman Heritage Fund applications!

Heritage Fund applications for the 2016/17 financial year are now open. Council can offer small dollar for dollar grants of up to $3000 per Heritage Item and up to $1000 for properties located within a Heritage Conservation Area under the Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012. If you are considering applying for the Mosman Heritage Fund .. read more

On July 1st, 2016, posted in: Heritage by Tags: ,

An amendment to Mosman LEP 2012 has been published on the NSW Legislation website

What has changed? This amendment revises the LEP in respect of archaeological sites by In Schedule 5 Environmental heritage: clearly identifying the location of archaeological sites to ensure their conservation and transparency of information omitting some archaeological sites found to have no heritage significance combining the listings of some sites which had been duplicated On the .. read more

Archaeological Sites Amendments to the LEP

Proposed amendments to archaeological sites considered at Council meeting Council’s proposal to amend the listing of archaeological sites identified in Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 (the LEP) was considered at the Council Meeting held on 3 May 2016. This proposal seeks to include more specific site and property information in the LEP in relation to .. read more

On June 9th, 2016, posted in: Heritage, LEP2012, Planning Proposals, Uncategorized by Tags: ,

Heritage Amendments to Mosman LEP 2012

At the Council Meeting on 3 May 2016, Council resolved to make some amendments to Mosman Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2012 in respect of Mosman’s heritage: To correct an error in the heritage listing of Item I291 ‘Group of Shops’ by removing this listing from 37 Spofforth Street, Mosman, and applying this listing to the .. read more

On May 11th, 2016, posted in: Heritage, Planning News, Planning Proposals by Tags: , ,

Mosman’s Archaeological Sites: Public Exhibition

Former tram infrastructure, wharves, quarries and other relics of early European settlement in Mosman during the 1800s and early 1900s are protected by heritage provisions in Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 (the LEP). There are currently 16 archaeological sites listed in the LEP, based on research undertaken during the mid-1990s. Requirements for heritage listing have .. read more

On November 18th, 2015, posted in: Heritage, Planning Proposals by

Public Exhibition: Heritage Item I291

An amendment to Mosman Local Environmental Plan 2012 (MLEP 2012) is proposed to correct an error in the heritage listing of Item I291 ‘Group of Shops’. Currently, 37 Spofforth Street (Lot 2, Sec B, DP 2365) is identified in MLEP 2012 as a heritage item – Item I291 ‘Group of Shops’ of local heritage significance. .. read more

On September 9th, 2015, posted in: Heritage, Planning Proposals by

Photographic Survey for Lower Boyle St Conservation Area

A photographic survey for the Lower Boyle Street Heritage Conservation Area (HCA) has been completed. This survey includes photographs of all properties within the HCA (see below map) which includes part of Lower Boyle St, part of Harnett Park and two heritage items facing Mosman Bay – the Mosman Amateur Sailing Club and the Mosman Rowers Club. .. read more

On December 1st, 2014, posted in: Heritage, Planning News by Tags: ,

Harry Seidler’s Iconic Mosman House

Many of us are familiar with Parriwi Road in Mosman but how many of us know about The Igloo House? This house (pictured above), known more formally as the George Williamson House, was designed by famous Architect Harry Seidler in 1951. The house which is located on the eastern side of Parriwi Rd is known .. read more

On November 13th, 2014, posted in: Architecture, Heritage by Tags: , 2 Comment