“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.”
- Margaret Mead
It’s time to join our voices together to make sure NSW’s Heritage Act continues to protect our precious heritage places and landscapes.
75 years after the birth of the National Trust in NSW…
50 years since the first Green Ban…
and 44 years since heritage protection was enacted…
It is once again time for the community, experts, academia and advocates to join forces and ensure that any proposed amendments to our Heritage Act do not further erode the identification, protection and conservation of our heritage places.
More about the Event:
The National Trust of Australia (NSW), the State’s leading independent heritage organisation, is facilitating a community forum to discuss the NSW Heritage Act Review.
The Forum aims to generate cross-industry collaboration, help identify key responses and most importantly, to arm participants with information and encourage the community to prepare individual submissions and responses.
Your voices WILL count!
This free event brings together stakeholders, experts, community members and representatives from industry for an open discussion on the Review and the key issues facing NSW’s heritage, and the identification of what Review outcomes would be desirable.
Wednesday 9th June 2021
12pm – 12.30pm: Light networking lunch
12.45pm: Forum Open
4.30pm: Forum Close
Full program coming soon