Draft Heritage Strategy 2021-2025

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The Blue Mountains City Council's Draft Heritage Strategy 2021-2025 translates into recommended strategies and actions, a framework for decision-making and conservation activity to ensure that the heritage value of the City is retained and celebrated, now and into the future. This is captured in the following vision to be achieved over the next four years:

Living sustainably and conserving the heritage of our urban environment, we are in harmony with the surrounding World Heritage Area.

We take pride in the character and distinct identities of our towns and villages. Conservation and enhancement of our cultural and built heritage is a priority for our community and part of the Blue Mountains identity.

We share our knowledge and engage with our community to build awareness, understanding and appreciation for the heritage of the Blue Mountains.

Council will establish itself as a leader in heritage management, proactively seeking to deliver positive heritage outcomes.

Our heritage will be integrated into place-making to ensure that our town centres and public spaces are vibrant liveable places for people to experience and celebrate our local stories.

The actions to achieve this vision are captured under four interlinked themes. These key themes are outlined on the draft ‘Plan on a Page’.


How to make a submission

Between 2 December 2020 and 10 February 2021 Council will be seeking feedback on the Draft Heritage Strategy 2021-2025. Submissions can be made through the following options:

  • Completing the Submission Form below

  • E-mailing HeritageStrategy@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

  • Posting a hard copy submission to:
    Blue Mountains City Council
    Locked Bag 1005
    Katoomba NSW 2780

For any enquiries please email HeritageStrategy@bmcc.nsw.gov.au or call 4780 5000.

The Blue Mountains City Council's Draft Heritage Strategy 2021-2025 translates into recommended strategies and actions, a framework for decision-making and conservation activity to ensure that the heritage value of the City is retained and celebrated, now and into the future. This is captured in the following vision to be achieved over the next four years:

Living sustainably and conserving the heritage of our urban environment, we are in harmony with the surrounding World Heritage Area.

We take pride in the character and distinct identities of our towns and villages. Conservation and enhancement of our cultural and built heritage is a priority for our community and part of the Blue Mountains identity.

We share our knowledge and engage with our community to build awareness, understanding and appreciation for the heritage of the Blue Mountains.

Council will establish itself as a leader in heritage management, proactively seeking to deliver positive heritage outcomes.

Our heritage will be integrated into place-making to ensure that our town centres and public spaces are vibrant liveable places for people to experience and celebrate our local stories.

The actions to achieve this vision are captured under four interlinked themes. These key themes are outlined on the draft ‘Plan on a Page’.


How to make a submission

Between 2 December 2020 and 10 February 2021 Council will be seeking feedback on the Draft Heritage Strategy 2021-2025. Submissions can be made through the following options:

  • Completing the Submission Form below

  • E-mailing HeritageStrategy@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

  • Posting a hard copy submission to:
    Blue Mountains City Council
    Locked Bag 1005
    Katoomba NSW 2780

For any enquiries please email HeritageStrategy@bmcc.nsw.gov.au or call 4780 5000.