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Local Government Act 1993 No 30
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 5 June 2020 at 06:33)
36H Core objectives for management of community land categorised as an area of cultural significance
(1) The core objectives for management of community land categorised as an area of cultural significance are to retain and enhance the cultural significance of the area (namely its Aboriginal, aesthetic, archaeological, historical, technical or research or social significance) for past, present or future generations by the active use of conservation methods.(2) Those conservation methods may include any or all of the following methods—(a) the continuous protective care and maintenance of the physical material of the land or of the context and setting of the area of cultural significance,(b) the restoration of the land, that is, the returning of the existing physical material of the land to a known earlier state by removing accretions or by reassembling existing components without the introduction of new material,(c) the reconstruction of the land, that is, the returning of the land as nearly as possible to a known earlier state,(d) the adaptive reuse of the land, that is, the enhancement or reinforcement of the cultural significance of the land by the introduction of sympathetic alterations or additions to allow compatible uses (that is, uses that involve no changes to the cultural significance of the physical material of the area, or uses that involve changes that are substantially reversible or changes that require a minimum impact),(e) the preservation of the land, that is, the maintenance of the physical material of the land in its existing state and the retardation of deterioration of the land.(3) A reference in subsection (2) to land includes a reference to any buildings erected on the land.