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Heritage Victoria catalogue template: User manual
Date published: July 2015
Assistance type: How to; Resources for consultants; Template
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy; Technical guidance
This manual was developed to assist archaeological consultants complete the 'Heritage Victoria Catalogue template'.
Guidelines for investigating historical archaeological artefacts and sites
Date published: July 2015
Assistance type: Guideline; Resources for consultants
Subject: Archaeology; Heritage Victoria policy; Technical guidance
Guidelines to assist archaeological consultants investigating a site, including monitoring. This includes how to record a site, catalogue artefacts, conserve artefacts, and site management
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens conservation management plan - Part 1
Date published: October 2013
Assistance type: Policy
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
This report was prepared for Heritage Victoria; its purpose is to update, including a review and revision, the draft 2004 Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the Royal Exhibition Building (REB) and Carlton Gardens. The 2004 report was prepared by Allom Lovell and Associates (now Lovell Chen) and Context Pty Ltd, for the City of Melbourne and Museum Victoria.
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens conservation management plan - Part 2
Date published: October 2013
Assistance type: Policy
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
This report was prepared for Heritage Victoria; its purpose is to update, including a review and revision, the draft 2004 Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the Royal Exhibition Building (REB) and Carlton Gardens. The 2004 report was prepared by Allom Lovell and Associates (now Lovell Chen) and Context Pty Ltd, for the City of Melbourne and Museum Victoria.
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens conservation management plan - Part 3
Date published: October 2013
Assistance type: Policy
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
This report was prepared for Heritage Victoria; its purpose is to update, including a review and revision, the draft 2004 Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the Royal Exhibition Building (REB) and Carlton Gardens. The 2004 report was prepared by Allom Lovell and Associates (now Lovell Chen) and Context Pty Ltd, for the City of Melbourne and Museum Victoria.
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens conservation management plan - Part 4
Date published: October 2013
Assistance type: Policy
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
This report was prepared for Heritage Victoria; its purpose is to update, including a review and revision, the draft 2004 Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the Royal Exhibition Building (REB) and Carlton Gardens. The 2004 report was prepared by Allom Lovell and Associates (now Lovell Chen) and Context Pty Ltd, for the City of Melbourne and Museum Victoria.
Report on the Public Submissions to the Draft World Heritage Management Plan: Attachment E
Date published: October 2013
Assistance type: Report
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
Royal Exhibition Building (REB) and Carlton Gardens World Heritage management plan steering committee.
Report on the public submissions to the draft World Heritage Management Plan, 6 March 2012
World Heritage Management Plan
Date published: October 2013
Assistance type: Report
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
The Management Plan provides information on the World Heritage, National Heritage, State Heritage and Local Heritage values of the Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens.
It also provides detail on the statutory and management framework that will ensure these values are protected and conserved.
Royal Exhibition Building and Exhibition Reserve Master Plan 2013
Date published: 2013
Assistance type: Policy
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy; Victorian Heritage Register
VHR/VHI Number: H1501
The Royal Exhibition Building is the first building in Australia to receive World Heritage Listing and this Master Plan is one of a suite of documents that informs and supports the World Heritage Site Management Plan.
Victorian stucco
Date published: 2011
Assistance type: Guideline; Resources for consultants; Resources for owners
Subject: Architecture; Maintenance; Technical guidance
Learn about stucco, how to maintain and repair it.
Victoria's post 1940s migration heritage
Date published: 2011
Assistance type: Consultant report
Subject: Architecture
Migration is part of Australia’s story, and post-war migration changed the country is fundamental and far reaching ways. This project sought to understand migration to Victoria from the 1940s, just prior to the end of the war, and to present it as a thematic history.
Melbourne metropolitan tramway heritage study
Date published: 2011
Assistance type: Consultant report
The following lists have been primarily sourced from the existing heritage listings including Heritage Victoria’s HERMES, and Online ‘Victorian HeritageDatabase’. As well as local heritage studies, Heritage Overlay schedules, municipal and tramway histories, and field survey.
What house is that?
Date published: September 2010
Assistance type: Resources for consultants; Resources for owners
Subject: Architecture
A guide to Victoria's housing styles.
Celebrating the diversity of Victoria’s housing, What House is that? highlights the state’s many styles and the eras in which they flourished.
Guidelines for change and development of heritage places of worship
Date published: June 2010
Assistance type: Resources for consultants; Resources for owners
Subject: Victorian Heritage Register
Guidelines for the change and development of heritage places of worship.
Survey of Post-War Built Heritage in Victoria: Stage Two
Date published: May 2010
Assistance type: Consultant report
Subject: Architecture
Assessment of community and administrative facilities: Funeral parlours, kindergartens, exhibition building, masonic centre, municipal libraries and council offices
The purpose of this survey was to consider 27 places previously identified in the Survey of Post-War Built Heritage in Victoria, completed by Heritage Alliance in 2008, and to undertake further research, fieldwork and assessment to establish which of these places were worthy of inclusion on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Conservation Management Plans: Managing Historic Places
Date published: 2010
Assistance type: Guideline
Subject: Technical guidance
This guide explains the purpose, scope and content of a Conservation Management Plan, and how to commission and use a CMP.
Heritage buildings and sustainability
Date published: February 2009
Assistance type: Guideline; Resources for consultants; Resources for owners
Subject: Architecture; Sustainability; Technical guidance
This technical guide promotes environmental and sustainable performance measures for existingheritage buildings without adversely impacting their cultural heritage significance.
Heritage buildings and energy efficiency regulations
Date published: 2009
Assistance type: Guideline; Resources for consultants; Resources for owners
Subject: Architecture; Sustainability; Technical guidance
Design strategies to improve energy efficiency in heritage buildings.
Achieving high quality building conservation outcomes
Date published: 2009
Assistance type: Guideline; Resources for consultants; Resources for owners
Subject: Architecture; Heritage Victoria policy; Maintenance; Technical guidance
A basic guide for local government and heritage building owners, on how to achieve high quality building conservation outcomes.
Victoria's framework of historical themes
Date published: 2009
Assistance type: Policy
Subject: Heritage Victoria policy
Heritage Victoria has developed a Framework of Historical Themes to increase people’s understanding and appreciation of Victoria’s rich heritage.
The Framework’s purpose is to highlight what is distinctive about Victoria and to increase awareness and appreciation of the state’s heritage. By emphasising the human activities that have produced the places and objects we value, the stories associated with heritage items can be more easily told.