Australian Heritage Council

Part of the Environment portfolio and a Federal authority, also called austnh

The Australian Heritage Council is an independent body of heritage experts established under the Australian Heritage Council Act 2003, that advises the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts on heritage matters. The Council's major role is to assess the heritage values of places nominated for the National Heritage List and the Commonwealth Heritage List, and to advise the Minister on promotion, research, education, policies, grants, conservation and other matters.

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Freedom of Information Logs - FOI Request
Response by Australian Heritage Council to Watson Norwood on .

Awaiting classification.

Dear Watson Norwood   Please find attached correspondence from the Department of Climate Change, Energy the Environment and Water.   Kind rega...
FOI Delegations
Response by Australian Heritage Council to Ben Fairless on .


Dear Ben Thank you for your email. We advise that there are no FOI Authorisations currently in place for the Australian Heritage Council. The Chair...
FOI Delegations - 2016
Response by Australian Heritage Council to Ben Fairless on .

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Dear Mr Fairless There are no delegations in place for the AHC. Regards FOI Contact Officer | Climate Change, Science and Corporate Legal Section |G...

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