State Heritage Register Emergency Works Funding NSW


State Heritage Register Emergency Works Funding provides owners and managers of heritage items with funding to help protect and repair damage caused by unexpected events.
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Application detail:

Applications may be made at any time.

 
What do you get?

Between $1000 and $10,000.

Who is this for?

Owners and managers of listed heritage items in NSW.

Overview

State Heritage Register Emergency Works Funding provides funding to owners and managers of a State Heritage Register listed item or items with a current Interim Heritage Order to help them protect and / or repair damage caused by unexpected events such as extreme storm or accident.

Funding may not be used for:

  • damage or issues resulting from general wear and tear
  • routine maintenance and replacement
  • construction, relocation or purchase of items
  • purchase of equipment.

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, you must:

  • be an individual, organisation, community group, trustee or a local NSW council
  • be the owner (or long-term lessee where the lease is 20+ years) and manager of a State Heritage Register listed item or item with a current Interim Heritage Order within New South Wales
  • have legal responsibility for the item’s repair and maintenance
  • not have acquired or leased the item from a NSW Government agency in the last two years
  • not have entered into a conservation agreement in the last two years.

Find out more about the eligibility criteria at State Heritage Register Emergency Works Funding.

How do you apply?

Find out more about how to apply at State Heritage Register Emergency Works Funding.