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The undertaking of the process in two discrete stages helps increase the plan’s integrity because the significance of a place can be assessed in isolation of the practical requirements that will inform subsequent policy. References • Kerr, JS 2000. The Conservation Plan. National Trust of Australia: NSW. ) • Bowron, G and Harris, J 2000. Guidelines for Preparing Conservation Plans. New Zealand Historic Places Trust: Wellington. asp. Provide general information concerning conservation plans and their preparation.

50 Urban Design Toolkit Conservation Plan What it is: A conservation plan is a document that identifies why a place is important and how it should be conserved in the future. What it’s useful for: Informing major design-related decisions affecting historic places. It does this through increasing understanding of the characteristics that contribute to making a place important and by providing direction to guide the conservation, use and development of historic places, particularly where their future use is unknown or undecided or where major development work is proposed.

Useful for local neighbourhood community projects because it establishes a profile for the project in the local community. This can be a low-cost, high-profile way of informing and obtaining feedback from local people. How it’s done: Public displays require a high-profile space that is easily accessible. Project information that is easy to read is displayed and supplemented with hand-outs supplied to members of the public who visit the display. Ongoing supervision is also required to answer questions about the project and record community feedback.

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