This regulation may be cited as the Queensland Heritage Regulation 2015.
This regulation commences on 1 September 2015.
3Prescribed details for report on proposed development by the State—Act, s 71
For section 71(3) of the Act, the details are the following—(a)the address of the Queensland heritage place or other information that adequately identifies the location of the place;(b)any reference number given to the place in the Queensland heritage register;(c)a statement that complies with any relevant guideline made under section 173 of the Act that deals with the impact of proposed development on the cultural heritage significance of the place;Any guideline made under section 173 of the Act is available on the department’s website. See section 173(3) of the Act.(d)the relevant contents of any reports, plans, assessments or other documents that are referred to in, or support, the statement mentioned in paragraph (c);an engineering report, a conservation management plan, an archaeological management plan(e)photographs, site plans, drawings or other documents showing the proposed development in relation to the features of the place that contribute to its cultural heritage significance.
4Matters Minister must consider—Act, s 83
(1)This section prescribes, for section 83(3) of the Act, the matters the Minister must consider in being satisfied that a local government has appropriate procedures in place for exercising a power under section 84 of the Act in relation to the local government.(2)The matters the Minister must consider are the following—(a)how the local government becomes satisfied a place is of cultural heritage significance for its local government area, including, for example—(i)the criteria the local government uses to assess the significance of the place; and(ii)whether the local government employs appropriately qualified staff or engages appropriately qualified consultants or contractors to help assess whether the place is of cultural heritage significance;(b)whether the local government has a repair and maintenance notice policy, as described in subsection (3), that it will comply with in giving a repair and maintenance notice under section 84 of the Act.(3)A repair and maintenance notice policy explains—(a)how the local government will be informed about a local heritage place being in need of essential repair or maintenance work, including, for example, through a report from a member of the public or a local government employee; and(b)whether the local government has any guidance material in relation to repair and maintenance notices for owners of local heritage places; and(c)the kinds of steps, depending on the circumstances of the case, the decision-maker for a local heritage place will usually take under section 84(3) of the Act to consult with the owner of a local heritage place; and(d)how the decision-maker decides whether it is necessary to carry out essential repair or maintenance work on a local heritage place to protect the place from damage or deterioration caused by weather, fire, vandalism or insects; and(e)how the decision-maker considers alternatives to issuing a repair and maintenance notice; and(f)how the decision-maker gives a repair and maintenance notice to the owner of a local heritage place; and(g)how the carrying out of essential repair or maintenance work required by a repair and maintenance notice will be approved or permitted, including, for example, through an exemption certificate or a development approval; and(h)the system the decision-maker has in place to monitor compliance with a repair and maintenance notice given to the owner of a local heritage place; and(i)the measures the local government takes to ensure it does not give a repair and maintenance notice in relation to a local heritage place that is also a State heritage place; andUnder section 84 of the Act, the chief executive is the decision-maker for the giving of a repair and maintenance notice in relation to a State heritage place.(j)the measures the local government has in place to ensure it gives a report to the chief executive as required under section 85 of the Act.(4)In this section—decision-maker, for a local heritage place, means the decision-maker for the local heritage place as provided for in section 84(7) of the Act.essential repair or maintenance work see section 84(7) of the Act.
5Declaration of protected areas—Act, s 103
(1)The area mentioned in schedule 1AA, item 1 of the expired regulation is declared to no longer be a protected area.(2)The area mentioned in schedule 1—(a)continues as a protected area; and(b)ceases to be a protected area 3 years after the commencement.(3)In this section—expired regulation means the Queensland Heritage Regulation 2003 as in force immediately before the commencement.
6Recommending declaration of protected areas—Act, s 103
(1)If the Minister considers it may be helpful in the administration of part 10 of the Act to do so, the Minister may agree, on terms stated by the Minister, to receive from a person a recommendation that an area containing a place of cultural heritage significance be declared to be a protected area.(2)Without limiting subsection (1), the Minister may require that the recommendation—(a)contain all of the following information—(i)the name and address of the person;(ii)a statement, based on historical research, explaining why the place is of cultural heritage significance;(iii)a statement explaining why the person considers the area should be declared to be a protected area and not entered in the register as a State heritage place;(iv)a history of the place based on historical research;(v)a description of the features of the place that contribute to its cultural heritage significance, supported by photographs, drawings or other documents showing the features; and(b)be accompanied by copies of the material used for the historical research supporting the statement mentioned in paragraph (a)(ii) and the history mentioned in paragraph (a)(iv), including, for example, photographs, maps, plans and historical land title information; and(c)adequately identify the area by reference to survey information or a plan; and(d)be accompanied by a plan showing the relationship between the place’s cadastral boundary, the location of the features mentioned in paragraph (a)(v) and the proposed boundary for the area.
(1)This section prescribes, under section 121 of the Act, a code for IDAS for development on a local heritage place on a local heritage register.(2)The code is in schedule 2.
The fees payable under the Act are stated in schedule 3.
s 8 sub 2016 SL No. 79 s 17 sch 1
The part of lot 17 on crown plan DE844097 within the following boundary—•from latitude 25º11'21.962" south, longitude 139º48'4.545" east•along the boundary of Durrie Station to latitude 25º6'22.493" south, longitude 139º48'28.867" east•along the boundary of Durrie Station to latitude 25º7'0.406" south, longitude 139º55'50.353" east•along an imaginary line between latitude 25º7'0.406" south, longitude 139º55'50.353" east and latitude 25º11'56.454" south, longitude 139º55'22.360" east•along an imaginary line between latitude 25º11'56.454" south, longitude 139º55'22.360" east and latitude 25º11'21.962" south, longitude 139º48'4.545" east.A map showing the approximate location of the protected area is available for inspection at the department’s head office at 400 George Street and on the department’s website.The latitudes and longitudes mentioned in this item are worked out using the system called ‘Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994’ or ‘GDA94’.
This code applies to all development on a local heritage place identified as a place of cultural heritage significance on a local government’s local heritage register, unless—(a)the place is also a State heritage place; or(b)an exemption certificate issued by the local government applies to the place; or(c)the local government’s planning scheme applies, adopts or incorporates the local heritage register under section 123 of the Act.
(1)The purpose of this code is to provide for the conservation of local heritage places by—(a)preventing the demolition or removal of local heritage places, unless there is no prudent and feasible alternative to the demolition or removal; and(b)maintaining or encouraging, as far as practicable, the appropriate use of local heritage places; and(c)protecting, as far as practicable, the materials and setting of local heritage places; and(d)ensuring, as far as practicable, development on local heritage places is compatible with the cultural heritage significance of the places.(2)In considering whether there is no prudent and feasible alternative to the demolition or removal of a local heritage place, the assessment manager under the Planning Act for the development must have regard to—(a)safety, health and economic considerations; and(b)any other matters the assessment manager considers relevant.
(1)This code is complied with for development on a local heritage place if each specific outcome stated in column 1 of the table in part 2, and applying to the development, is achieved.(2)A specific outcome mentioned in the table, column 1, item S.3, S.4, S.5 or S.6 of the table is achieved if the probable solution stated in column 2 of the table for achieving the specific outcome is complied with.
Material change of use of premises
S.1 The material change of use is compatible with the conservation and management of the cultural heritage significance of the local heritage place.
Reconfiguring a lot
S.2 Reconfiguration does not—(a) reduce public access to the place; or(b) obscure or destroy any pattern of historic subdivisions, the landscape settings or the scale and consistency of urban precincts relating to the place.
Carrying out building work or operational work
S.3 Development conserves the features and values of the local heritage place that contribute to its cultural heritage significance.
P.3 Development—(a) does not alter, remove or conceal significant features of the place; or(b) is minor, and is necessary to maintain a significant use for the place.
S.4 Changes to the local heritage place are appropriately managed and documented.
P.4 Development is compatible with a conservation management plan prepared in accordance with the The Burra Charter (The Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance, 2013).
S.5 Development does not adversely affect the character, setting or appearance of the local heritage place.
P.5 The scale, location and design of the development is compatible with the character, setting and appearance of the local heritage place.
S.6 Excavation or other earthworks do not have a detrimental impact on archaeological sites.
P.6 The impact of excavation is minor and limited to parts of the local heritage place that have been disturbed by previous excavation.
Certified copy of an entry in the Queensland heritage register (Act, s 33(1)(a))
Certificate about whether a place or area (Act, s 33(1)(b))—�
(a) is a State heritage place or a protected area; or
(b) is the subject of a heritage agreement; or
(c) is the subject of an application to have the place entered in or removed from the register; or
(d) is an excluded place
A certificate mentioned in item 2 is commonly known as a ‘certificate of affect’.
Application for a permit to enter a protected area (Act, s 105(2)(d))�
sch 3 sub 2016 SL No. 79 s 14; 2017 SL No. 82 s 16