What property is on the Local Government Inventory or Heritage List?
The City is currently in the process of updating its online data sources with information from our recently revised Local Government Inventory (2017) and Heritage List (2017). Once the online systems are updated, you will be able to find out if a particular property is on either list by searching for the property address in our online mapping system known as Intramaps. The City's inventory may also be viewed on the State's centralised database called inHerit which brings together the results of the listing and survey of heritage places in Western Australia over the past two decades. InHerit allows you to:
- Conduct searches to find information about specific places
- See where places are located (in aerial maps and StreetView)
- See all the listings applicable to a particular place, sorted for clarification ("statutory listings" and "other listings")
- Conduct searches for categories or classes of heritage places (eg. "find all the pastoral stations built in WA in the 1890s").
InHerit is a service provided by the State Heritage Office. Data content is maintained and updated in collaboration with local governments, as custodians of local heritage place data.
Notwithstanding the above, the most up to date source of information regarding heritage listings can be obtained by calling the City's planning teams on 9267 9267.