Heritage Advisory Committee
The Heritage Advisory Committee (HAC), and associated Museum and Historical working group will bring together organisations, both public and non-governmental, with the skills, knowledge and expertise in the field of history of the Townsville Local Government Authority and good heritage conservation practice generally. The Townsville City Council HAC serves as a means of providing community engagement, feedback, and project development to council, in-keeping with the goals of the Townsville City Council Corporate Plan and Operational Plan regarding heritage matters.
The key objectives of the committee are to:
- Encourage public interest in, and understanding of, Townsville's cultural heritage
- Promote and support projects and events relating to Townsville's cultural heritage
- Provide advice to council with regard to the conservation of the cultural heritage of the Townsville region
- Encourage the appropriate management of places of cultural heritage significance
- Advise council on potential compliance issues concerning maintenance of local heritage buildings
- Provide suggestions in response to requests to name landmarks, infrastructure and locales.
Terms of Reference
The terms of reference describes the purpose and structure of the committee. It defines the scope of the committee detailing the committee's authority, composition and objectives, providing the framework for the committee's operations. The terms of reference also identifies the duties and responsibilities of members and the chair, the terms of membership, roles and responsibilities, conflict of interest, meeting information and conduct requirements.
Terms of reference (PDF, 46.3BKB)
Membership of the Committee consists of the following representation:
Cr Kurt Rehbein (ex officio)
One additional elected representative of council
One representative from each of the following organisations:
- National Trust of Queensland (Townsville Branch)
- James Cook University Australia
- Australian Institute of Architects
- Queensland Department of Environment and Science
- Queensland Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships
In addition, up to five Individual Members may serve on the Heritage Advisory Committee.
Additional advisory members may be invited to join the Committee on a case by case basis based on their specialist knowledge/skills. Opportunities for membership do come up, if you are interested in finding out more about becoming a member please contact email@example.com.
Submit an agenda item
Agenda item requests are to be submitted at least 14 days (2 weeks) before the meeting for assessment and investigation by the HAC Meeting Facilitator for addition to the HAC agenda. Items received after the agenda deadline will be assessed for the next advisory committee meeting.
2019 Meeting agendas and reports
|Wednesday 27 February 2019||Agenda - February|
(PDF, 231.5 KB)
|Report - February|
(PDF, 156.2 KB)