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City Of Bayswater

Municipal Heritage Inventory & Scheme List

1 - What is a Municipal Inventory?

Answer

A municipal inventory is a collection of buildings, which in the opinion of the City, have cultural heritage significance. Local Councils are required under Section 45 of the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990 to prepare such a collection.

The City of Bayswater adopted its first Municipal Inventory in 1998. The City of Stirling Municipal Inventory, for those areas of Maylands and Mt Lawley that now form part of the City, was completed in 1997. The 2006 Inventory is essentially a consolidation of these. The Heritage Act requires that Municipal Inventories be regularly updated and the 2006 review of the inventory fulfils this requirement.

Related Documents

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Click here for: Municipal Inventory Introduction and Context

Click here for: Summary of Municipal Inventory List

Click here for: Scheme Heritage List

Copies of the Municipal Inventory are available for inspection at the location below:
• Civic Centre, 61 Broun Avenue, Morley
• Max Tulley Office & Information Centre, Galleria Shopping Centre, Morley
• Bayswater Public Library, 25 King William Street, Bayswater
• Morley Public Library, 7 Dewar Street, Morley
• Maylands Public Library, The RISE 28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands
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