The City is calling for residents in the Triangle Precinct to nominate buildings, places, parks and streetscapes with heritage value to be added to the Local Heritage Survey.
The Local Heritage Survey helps keep a historic record of the area and tells the story of development of the district.
The survey is not an instrument for development control, so owners are still free to develop their properties in accordance with the normal planning scheme provisions.
Previously, places of heritage value were identified by the City and external consultants to be added to the survey. This time around, the City established a Heritage Reference Group to guide the review, project communications and heritage promotions and is now calling on residents to nominate places for inclusion.
The Triangle Precinct review is the first in a series of Local Heritage Survey reviews for select precincts.
The Triangle Precinct has one of the highest concentration of heritage buildings and character value streetscapes in the City of Subiaco.
Places of heritage value such as buildings, heritage streetscapes, gardens, man-made parks and trees can be added to the survey. Nominate a place before Monday 9 November.