The Central Coast Council seeks expressions of interest from qualified heritage consultants to undertake the identification of local places, precincts and trees of heritage significance within the municipal area.  It is anticipated, through an engaged public consultation process, the local community will also assist with the identification of significant sites for listing as Local Heritage.

Places of State historic cultural heritage significance are separately recorded on the Tasmanian Heritage Register, kept by the Tasmanian Heritage Council.  It may be that some places transition onto the local heritage register.

Following the identification of local cultural heritage, a report will be provided to the Council for approval, which will then see the Council’s Land Use Planning office progress an amendment to the Central Coast Local Provisions Schedule (LPS) for the inclusion of local cultural heritage in the Central Coast LPS.

Details relating to this consultancy are available by contacting the Council on (03) 6429 8951 or download a copy of the Project Brief below.

Project Brief

Expressions of Interest submissions are to be lodged electronically to [email protected] or posted to Central Coast Council, PO Box 220, Ulverstone TAS 7315 before close of business on 31 March 2021.


Annexures to the Project Brief are available for download below:

C6.0 Local Historic Heritage Code of the Tasmanian Planning Scheme Ulverstone CBD Urban Design Guidelines 2009 Penguin Urban Design Guidelines Forth Urban Design Guidelines