Annual Report 2002/2003 Heritage Advisory Council (Twelfth Report)
Tabled paper 1162
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Message from the Chairman, Mr Bob Alford It is my great pleasure to present, as HERITAGE ADVISORY COUNCIL TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 2002-03 1 Chairman of the Heritage Advisory Council, the 12th Annual Report. Council has been heavily involved this year with a review of the Heritage Conservation Act 1991. Sound progress has been made so far on this task, which has far-reaching implications for heritage management in the Northern Territory in coming years. Key stakeholders have been consulted, and a public discussion paper containing options for change is currently being prepared. In general it has been a good year for Council and for heritage management in the Northern Territory. You will see from this report that Council has met regularly, and has continued the important task of identifying and assessing places for their heritage value. Five places have been added to the Northern Territory Heritage Register. Council has continued to oversee a range of strategies and funding programs which assist in conserving those places already on the Register, and has continued its active involvement in commenting on development proposals which may affect heritage places or archaeological sites. BOB ALFORD
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