2018 candidate for City of Charles Sturt.
Heritage survey responses.
Do you agree that the identification and protection of local heritage places is best done by local councils rather than DPTI (Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure)?
It is best done in consultation with dpti
In your opinion, has the current system of local heritage protection served your community well?
There is a constant battle between protecting the old and new development. I personally love the old and live in a 103 year old house in Henley, but understand the need for development. I believe that more can be done to retain our heritage.
Should councils reject proposals to list local places of historic merit simply because an owner objects?
No, heritage list house should not be able to knocked down and developed, strict guidelines need to be followed if they are allowed to be partially developed.
Should neighbours of local heritage listed buildings have a right of appeal on development applications that propose demolition?
Should buildings listed as Contributory Items in your council area receive better protection?
Do you agree that places proposed for listing by your council as Local Heritage or Contributory Items should be subject to review by DPTI? Or would reviews be more appropriately conducted by an independent source of expert advice?
There should be consultation between the two
Would you like to see your council work more closely with the National Trust of SA in protecting heritage, for example, by signing up as one of the Trust's Civic Partners?
What are your personal suggestions for improving the way your council handles policy and planning?
Should councils actively encourage individuals to nominate places for consideration as local heritage?