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Municipal Inventory of Heritage Places

Project Status : Complete
Estimated Completion Date : May 2019
Location : City of Kalamunda

The City of Kalamunda recognises places it considers have cultural heritage significance for the local community by including such places on its Municipal Inventory of Heritage Places.

What is a Municipal Inventory?

A Municipal Inventory is a list of places that, in the opinion of the Local Government, are or may become of cultural heritage significance. The current Municipal Inventory includes individual place records that briefly locate and describe each place, outline its significance and provide a recommendation for the management of its cultural heritage values. The Municipal Inventory also includes a Thematic Framework that outlines the history of the City and is used to assess the cultural significance of places.

Why do we have a Municipal Inventory?

The Heritage Act 2018 requires all local government authorities in Western Australia to prepare a survey of places in its district that are, or may become, of cultural heritage significance.

A heritage survey was formerly referred to as a Municipal Heritage Inventory under the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990, which preceded the Heritage Act 2018.  

A Heritage Survey should:

  • identify and record places that are, or may become, of cultural heritage significance in its district;
  • assist the local government in making and implementing decisions that are in harmony with cultural heritage values;
  • provide a cultural and historical record of its district;
  • provide an accessible public record of places of cultural heritage significance to its district; and
  • assist the local government in preparing a heritage list or list of heritage areas under a local planning scheme.

Addition of the Avenue of Lemon Scented Gums

In 2019 the Municipal Heritage Inventory was updated to include the Heritage Area for the Avenue of Lemon Scented Gums on Welshpool Road East, Wattle Grove.

The Avenue of Lemon Scented Gums consists of two lines of Lemon Scented Gums (Corymbia citriodora) lining the southern (westbound) carriageway of Welshpool Road East for a distance of approximately 450m, with one line of approximately 18 trees along the median strip and another line of trees of 17 trees along the southern road reserve.

Council at its Ordinary Council Meeting held on 28th May 2019 resolved to ADOPT the Local Planning Policy (LPP 22) for the Avenue of Lemon Scented Gum Trees (Corymbia citriodora) on Welshpool Road East. (RESOLUTION OCM 109/2019). See below to view the Council Minutes and attachments.

 

Project Images

Facing west (towards the perth hills) showing the lemon scented gum trees
Showing the upper floor of the Kalamunda Hotel signage
Showing the right portion of the Kalamunda Hotel and adjacent building from Railway Road
Showing the building adjacent to Kalamunda Hotel from Railway Road

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Contact Information

Approval Services or Strategic Planning team
Telephone: (08) 9257 9999
Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
© City of Kalamunda 2020