Amendment C258 proposes a new approach to heritage practice by the City of Melbourne council officers.
Amendment C258 proposes a new approach to heritage practice in the City to improve and streamline the policy and guidance related to protecting and redeveloping heritage places. As required by State Government and Planning Panels, and to align with current best practice, it will also introduce a new system of grading heritage properties.
Amendment C258 seeks to:
- revise the Local Heritage Planning Policies in the Melbourne Planning Scheme
- incorporate new Heritage Statements of Significance for the large heritage precincts in Carlton; East Melbourne and Jolimont; North Melbourne and West Melbourne; Parkville; South Yarra and Kensington;
- replace the A to D grading system with the Significant/Contributory/Non-contributory grading system, as required by State Government and Panning Panels, and to align with current best practice