|The National Trust’s Conveyancing Advisory Service offers information and advice about properties listed on the National Trust Register.|
A National Trust listed property has cultural significance due to its historic, social, cultural, aesthetic, archaeological, scientific, technological, landmark, landscape or streetscape values. Although the listing itself has no legal standing, the information is beneficial to property owners and developers in identifying why the community considers that the property may be worth conserving.
National Trust Register listings have, and continue to form the basis of statutory heritage listings together with government-funded heritage studies.
The National Trust can also provide general advice and information on statutory listings and their impacts and effects (Council Heritage Lists on Local Environmental Plans, the State Heritage Register and National Heritage List), or if a place is of interest to the Trust and may be considered for listing on the Trust Register at a future time.