It can be tough reading the news these days. Architectureau.com reports that the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage will be dismantled and its two principal functions absorbed by other departments, following the re-election of the NSW government in March.
The environmental protection and management functions of the office will be moved to an enlarged “Planning and Industry” department, and the heritage functions of the office will be moved to the arts portfolio.
The Heritage Council of NSW’s ‘Design Guide for Heritage’ shows how to use innovative, creative, and sensitive design approaches to heritage.
People of NSW are increasingly distressed about the impacts of rampant over-development.
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