Con­ser­va­tion grants

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Training & Education -

MORE than $1.2 mil­lion is avail­able to pri­vate own­ers of State-reg­is­tered her­itage places for ur­gent con­ser­va­tion work.

The money is avail­able un­der the State Gov­ern­ment’s 2016-17 Her­itage Grants Pro­gram to help pri­vate own­ers con­serve and re­vi­talise their prop­er­ties.

Last year’s $1.273 mil­lion grant was dis­trib­uted among 27 her­itage projects, in­clud­ing as­sis­tance to de­mol­ish a build­ing and re­fur­bish the Great South­ern Roller Flour Mill’s iconic Dingo Flour sign in North Fre­man­tle.

Visit www.state­heritage.wa.gov.au/ con­ser­va­tion-and-de­vel­op­ment/grantsin­cen­tives/her­itage-grants-pro­gram.

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