Time to have your say on local heritage
The State Government continues to refuse to run any open public consultation on its controversial proposals to dismantle our local heritage protection system.
However, the Lord Mayor of the City of Adelaide, Martin Haese, has called an open public forum on local heritage at the Adelaide Town Hall on Monday 26th September from 6pm-7.30pm.
This is your chance to let the government know how you feel about its proposals to remove local heritage decision making from local communities and councils and to make it easier to remove heritage protections and demolish buildings that are currently heritage listed.
It may be the last chance for you to be heard in the debate on the future of our local heritage that the government won’t allow. We strongly urge you to make the effort to attend this meeting, to bring other interested and concerned people with you and to make sure that your voice is heard.
The meeting starts at 6.00pm, but we encourage you to arrive as early as possible and to consider your questions for the discussion in advance.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the National Trust on 8202 9200 if you have any other questions.
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/loveyourlocalheritage and tell us about the local heritage places you love.
Now is the time to make your voice heard!