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Caring for State Heritage Grants - 2022

ClosedGrant Closed: 2nd of December 2022 - 12:00 pm Value: Up to $150,000 Run By: Heritage NSW Further Information: https://www.heritage.nsw.gov.au/grants/applying-for-a-grant/

Through the Caring for State Heritage Grants program, Heritage NSW is seeking projects that directly support better management, maintenance and conservation of State Heritage Register (SHR) listed items, as well as innovative ideas that will increase public access to these important assets.

The SHR is a list of items that are protected under the Heritage Act 1977 and represent heritage of particular importance to the people of NSW.

This is a competitive funding round and eligible applicants can apply for up to $150,000 for works that activate and preserve SHR items.

You are eligible under the Caring for State Heritage Grants category if you:

  • are the owner, manager, long-term lessee or custodian of an item listed on the SHR in NSW:
    • with written support of the owners of the site (if you are a manager or lessee),
    • with written support of all owners or owners’ corporation (if the site has multiple owners).
  • have legal responsibility for maintenance and repair of the SHR listed item.
  • agree to provide matched funding for the project.
  • are a local council, business, non-government organisation, community group or individual:
    • with your operations and headquarters in NSW (if you are a business or incorporated entity).

Examples of eligible activities and projects:

  • Develop a heritage management document for SHR listed item
    • archaeological assessment reports
    • cultural values assessment reports
    • collections management plans
    • conservation management plans
    • condition surveys
    • conservation management strategies
    • cost-benefit analyses for conservation purpose
    • cultural tourism plans
    • disaster preparedness plans
    • economic feasibility studies for conservation
    • interpretation plans or strategies
    • landscape management plans
    • maintenance plans
    • other heritage management reports
  • Works for a State Heritage Register listed item
    • works to enable activation of an SHR item.
    • physical conservation works including restoration, reconstruction, repair, reinstatement and preservation.
    • maintenance outlined in the Minimum Standards of Maintenance and Repair as set out in the Heritage Regulations 2012
    • works including fire, services and access upgrades to allow compliance with the Building Code Australia, Disability Inclusion Act 2014 and Work Health and Safety Act 2011.
    • works for disaster recovery and preparedness.
Last Updated: 19th of September 2022
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