Redland City Council has formally identified a range of historic heritage places that represent important themes and phases relevant to Redlands' post-European settlement history, which are considered to have local or regional importance. These places are entered onto Council's Local Heritage Register (Schedule 7 – Heritage schedule) in City Plan. You can access the City Plan and its accompanying documents to see what places are currently included.
To assist community members, and property owners of a heritage place, to understand how places of local heritage significance contribute to the identity of Redlands Coast, a series of fact sheets have been prepared:
Any person or organisation may nominate a place for inclusion in Council's Local Heritage Register. Read Entering a local heritage place into a local heritage register [PDF, 0.3MB] to find more about the nomination process and how to request an amendment or removal of a place from the Local Heritage Register.
Heritage advisory service
Council offers owners of local heritage places across Redlands Coast free access to a heritage advisor. The heritage advisor can assist with specialist conservation advice to help affected landowners understand the approval process and the obligations for making and managing changes to a local heritage place.
If you would like to request an appointment with Council’s heritage advisor, please contact the Strategic Planning Unit on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone (07) 3829 8999.