Increasingly, authorities require the involvement of a recognised Heritage Architect to achieve compliance with Permit Conditions where substantial redevelopment is approved at a heritage sensitive site.
The Heritage Architect is typically required to provide a formal overseeing role, for example in relation to the implementation of specific building conservation works. The role may also include assessment of building fabric condition and the preparation of conservation works documents, through to the preparation of interpretation materials and archival records.
RBA have an excellent reputation with Heritage Victoria and many of the local government authorities.
Being included in Heritage Victoria’s Consultants Directory means RBA are readily endorsed for most designated roles, and our in depth experience means such projects can then typically proceed in a timely and economical manner.