Minister, Councillors and Committees
Hon Albert Paul Jacob MLA
Minister for Heritage; Environment.
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The Heritage Council has nine members including a chairperson, four community representatives and representatives of local government, professional associations, property owners, representatives from the National Trust of Australia (WA). People appointed to these positions are professionals with relevant expertise.
Chairperson & Members
Anne Arnold, Chair
Philip Griffiths, Heritage Professions representative
Nerida Moredoundt, Community representative
Lloyd Clark, Community representative
David Heaver, Community representative
Alice Steedman, Community representative
Professor John Stephens, National Trust of Australia (WA) nominee
Dr Brad Pettitt, local government representative
The Register Committee and the Development Committee consist of heritage and community representatives who meet frequently to assist the heritage Council in its decision-making.
These, although are not formal members of the Heritage Council, play an important role in heritage operations.
The Register Committee determines the priority of assessment for all places nominated to the State Register; reviews assessment documentation of places under consideration; and makes recommendations to the Minister for Heritage of places deemed to have State level cultural heritage significance.
Phillip Griffiths (Chair)
Prof. John Stephens
Dr Brad Pettitt
Proposed major changes to places listed in the State Register require formal consideration and advice by the Heritage Council. The Development Committee provides this advice for large-scale or complex projects, except when a project is particularly sensitive in which case it is dealt with by the full Council.
Anne Arnold (Chair)
Tony Ednie- Brown
The 2016 meeting dates for the Heritage Council, Register Committee and the Development Committee are as follows:
|No meeting January ||No meeting January ||19 January |
|12 February ||26 February ||23 February |
|11 March ||01 April |
|22 March |
|08 April ||29 April ||26 April |
|13 May ||27 May ||24 May |
|10 June ||24 June ||28 June |
|08 July ||29 July ||26 July |
|12 August ||26 August ||23 August |
|09 September ||30 September ||27 September |
|14 October ||28 October ||25 October |
|11 November ||25 November ||22 November |
|09 December ||09 December ||20 December |