National Trust submission against the preliminary demolition works at 82-106 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
National Trust submission on the Review of Environmental Effects for the Great Western Highway (West) proposed upgrades.
The National Trust of Australia (NSW) has a long history in developing submissions at all levels of government advocating for the identification, protection, conservation and celebration of heritage, and for the heritage profession itself.
Submissions are an important element of our Advocacy program – they provide an avenue for us to communicate directly with key decision makers, to provide expert insight and to ensure that decision makers give heritage considerations due weight.
Under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, decision makers are required to take submissions into account. As well as recognising that the public has ideas and information that can improve planning outcomes, it is also intended to improve the quality and legitimacy of planning decisions.
We make submissions on:
Explore our recent submissions below. For advocacy enquiries, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
National Trust feedback following consultation on the draft Landscape Masterplan, Fernhill Mulgoa
National Trust submission against the Atlassian Office and Tower Development in the Central Station Precinct
National Trust additional feedback and advice regarding the Fort Street School Modification
National Trust submission against the proposed redevelopment of Bidura, Glebe
If you would you would like to access earlier submission prepared by the National Trust of Australia (NSW), please email email@example.com