The State Government is the largest single owner of heritage places in Western Australia.
The Government Heritage Property Disposal Process identifies and assesses the heritage values of State Government owned places under consideration for sale, transfer, lease or demolition.
Recognising that it has a responsibility to set the standard for observing good heritage management and conservation practice, the Government adopted the State Cultural Heritage Policy in February 2011. This policy outlines the partnership role Government agencies have in recognising, conserving and protecting publicly owned places.
Read the Introduction to the Government Heritage Disposal Process to guide you through this process. View the GHPDP documents.