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Annual Report 2002/2003 Heritage Advisory Council (Twelfth Report)



Annual Report 2002/2003 Heritage Advisory Council (Twelfth Report)

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Tabled Papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT






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HERITAGE ADVISORY COUNCIL TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 2002-03 3 A total of 15 projects were funded under the 2002-03 NT Heritage Grants Program, with a total expenditure of $200,000. Applications for the 2003-04 NTHGP closed in June 2003. A total of 19 applications were received for projects worth over $520,000. Education and Promotion The NT Heritage Prize for 2002 was awarded to Mr Peter Dermoudy, in a ceremony held at Government House. Work continued on updating and expanding the range of Fact Sheets for declared heritage places. Policy and Strategy The review of the NT Heritage Conservation Act 1991 started in February 2003 with the appointment of a full-time Review Officer and the engagement of a Heritage Legislation Consultant. Key stakeholders have been consulted and Council has been involved with the development of a public discussion paper, due for release in late 2003. Council was represented at the National Heritage Chairs and Officials Meeting to discuss various policy and strategic issues. Council agreed to measures designed to improve the efficiency of the system for making applications to undertake work to registered heritage places.

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