Old Hamilton Hill Post Office: Proposal to include on Local Government Inventory

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Do you remember the old Hamilton Hill Post Office? Have your say on a proposal to include it on the Local Government Inventory

Background

Council, at its meeting held on 12 March 2020 resolved to:

  • Advertise the proposed inclusion of the former Hamilton Hill Post Office at 5 Dodd Street, Hamilton Hill (corner of Dodd and Straughair Street) on the City of Cockburn Local Government Inventory (Heritage inventory) as a ‘Management Category C’ Place.

The City is seeking community feedback on the proposal and invites you to share your knowledge or historical information on the former Hamilton Hill Post Office.

The City has undertaken a heritage assessment of the building and it is considered that this building has some heritage significance because it contributes to the heritage of the area through its aesthetic, historic and potentially social values. However, in terms of the level of significance, it is not considered to have what are formally defined as "exceptional" or "significance" values. Further information regarding these values can be found in the Heritage Assessment document and Draft Place Record under the Document Library.

Have Your Say

  • Online - Complete the feedback form or share your story below
  • Email - Write a submission to stratplanning@cockburn.wa.gov.au
  • Post - Write a submission to Chief Executive Officer, City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake WA 6965.

Feedback closes Thursday 30 April 2020.


Please be aware that should you make a submission, Council requires a Schedule of Submissions to be prepared which includes a submitter’s name and address. This forms part of a Council Agenda report, which is available for public viewing (published in hard copy and on the City’s website). Please clearly state in your submission if you want your details to be kept confidential.

Do you remember the old Hamilton Hill Post Office? Have your say on a proposal to include it on the Local Government Inventory

Background

Council, at its meeting held on 12 March 2020 resolved to:

  • Advertise the proposed inclusion of the former Hamilton Hill Post Office at 5 Dodd Street, Hamilton Hill (corner of Dodd and Straughair Street) on the City of Cockburn Local Government Inventory (Heritage inventory) as a ‘Management Category C’ Place.

The City is seeking community feedback on the proposal and invites you to share your knowledge or historical information on the former Hamilton Hill Post Office.

The City has undertaken a heritage assessment of the building and it is considered that this building has some heritage significance because it contributes to the heritage of the area through its aesthetic, historic and potentially social values. However, in terms of the level of significance, it is not considered to have what are formally defined as "exceptional" or "significance" values. Further information regarding these values can be found in the Heritage Assessment document and Draft Place Record under the Document Library.

Have Your Say

  • Online - Complete the feedback form or share your story below
  • Email - Write a submission to stratplanning@cockburn.wa.gov.au
  • Post - Write a submission to Chief Executive Officer, City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake WA 6965.

Feedback closes Thursday 30 April 2020.


Please be aware that should you make a submission, Council requires a Schedule of Submissions to be prepared which includes a submitter’s name and address. This forms part of a Council Agenda report, which is available for public viewing (published in hard copy and on the City’s website). Please clearly state in your submission if you want your details to be kept confidential.

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