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Beaumaris and Black Rock heritage study

Following completion of the Heritage Action Plan, we have identified the need to review mid-century modern architecture for heritage protection in Beaumaris and Black Rock.

 

Why do we need the study?

The City of Bayside Inter-War and Post-War Heritage Study 2008 identified 45 properties in Beaumaris and 6 properties in Black Rock for heritage protection.

While we undertake the study, we are applying a temporary heritage overlay to these properties until 30 June 2018. This process is called Amendment C158 (Beaumaris) and Amendment C159 (Black Rock).

If your property is in this temporary heritage overlay, you will be required to obtain a planning permit before building works or demolition can occur.

Which properties are affected?

Find out which properties will are included at the Amendment C158 and C159 addresses page.

Frequently asked questions

Find out more at our Amendment C158 and C159 FAQs page.

How can I find out more?

If you would like to stay up to date on the status of the mid-century modern study or Amendment C158 and Amendment C159, you can subscribe for email updates.

You can also get in touch with our Strategic Planning Department.

Email

planningstrategy [at] bayside.vic.gov.au (subject: Beaumaris%20heritage%20review%20in%20Bayside)

Phone

(03) 9599 4341