Interim heritage orders
Interim heritage orders are made by the Minister on the recommendation of the Heritage Council, or by local council's under delegation.
The purpose of an interim heritage order is to provide a "breathing space" of no more than 12 months during which a full heritage assessment can be completed. Temporary in nature, the majority of interim heritage orders are made in response to community representations or concerns raised by local government.
Places currently subject to an interim heritage order
Page last updated: 06 September 2013