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The registration of large and complex areas of land under the Heritage Act

April 4, 2017 by LeoMartin

We were delighted to be asked by the Heritage Council of Victoria to undertake a review of challenges around the registration and management of ‘large and complex areas of land’ under the Heritage…

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Victoria’s Regional Trades Halls

May 13, 2016 by LeoMartin

GJM Heritage recently undertook condition assessments of both the Bendigo and Ballarat Trades Halls. A key part of Victoria’s history, both buildings are included on the Victorian Heritage Register and bear…

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Pre-purchase advice: Forewarned is forearmed

May 12, 2016 by LeoMartin

GJM Heritage has recently provided pre-purchase heritage advice in relation to a number of properties in Melbourne, Albert Park and Carlton. By obtaining advice early, prospective owners were able to appreciate the nature…

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former Holy Cross Catholic Church and Presbytery, Dalyston

January 19, 2016 by LeoMartin

The former Holy Cross Catholic Church is a simple weatherboard church dating from 1901. It and the Edwardian Presbytery are of historic and aesthetic significance to the Dalyston area and are…

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former Aitken’s Distillery, Wellington Street, Collingwood

January 18, 2016 by LeoMartin

GJM Heritage were called on by Shelley Roberts Architect to provide advice on window materials and openings at the former Aitken’s Distillery on Wellington Street in Collingwood. Some beautiful descriptions of…

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Crossroads Uniting Church, Werribee

January 18, 2016 by LeoMartin

The former Presbyterian Church (now the Crossroads Uniting Church) and Manse date from 1884 and were erected by Thomas Chirnside of Werribee Park. Both buildings are included on the Victorian…

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