The Tasmanian Heritage Council came into existence in 1997, following the proclamation of the Historic Cultural Heritage Act 1995. The Council is made up of councillors, representing diverse community and professional interests including property owners, farmers and graziers, conservation interests and areas of expertise such as history, architecture, archaeology, engineering and tourism.
A copy of its Membership Policy is now available to download.
The Heritage Council is a statutory body separate to government responsible for the administration of the Act and the establishment of the Tasmanian Heritage Register. Its primary task is as a resource management and planning body, focused on heritage conservation issues. As such, any development on heritage listed places require the approval of the Heritage Council before works can commence.
Click on the names listed below to access a brief profile on each.
|Ms Brett Torossi||Chairperson|
|Ms Michele Moseley||Alternate to the Director National Parks and Wildlife (South)|
|Mr Peter Romey||A person with expertise in architecture (NSW)|
|Dr Stuart King||Representing - Heritage conservation interests (North)|
|Dr Kathryn Evans||Person with expertise in history (South)|
|Mr Alex van der Hek||Representing - Community interests (South)|
|Ms Amanda Roberts||Person representing the National Trust (South)|
|Mr Frazer Read||Representing - Building development industry (South)|
|Ms Carol Bacon||Person representing the mining industry with expertise in mining heritage (South)|
|Mr David Gatenby||Person representing the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association (North)|
|Ms Sarah Lebski||Person representing the Tourism Council of Tasmania (North)|
|Rev Roger Hesketh||Person representing the Tasmanian Council of Churches (North)|
|Ms Denise Gaughwin||Person with expertise in archaeology (North)|
|Mr Robin McKendrick||Person representing the Local Government Association of Tasmania (South)|
|Ms Danielle Grey||Person with expertise in planning nominated by the Local Government Association of Tasmania (South)|
The Tasmanian Heritage Council holds monthly meetings. The Works Committee and Registration Committees (subcommittees of the Heritage Council) meet on an as needs basis.
For copies of meeting minutes please contact Heritage Tasmania on 1300 850 332, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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