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Council's research guide gives you 10 methods you can use to research the history of your home.
The Heritage overlay in Brisbane City Plan 2014 is a mapped representation of all Brisbane heritage sites listed on the Queensland Heritage Register and Brisbane's Heritage Register.
Council’s heritage listing process aims to identify and protect places of cultural heritage significance in Brisbane. There are over 2000 listed places on Brisbane's Heritage Register Database.
Council introduced the Heritage Incentives Scheme in 2005 to foster an appreciation of Brisbane’s heritage. It offers professional advice and financial assistance in the form of grants to owners of heritage-listed places.
This online fact sheet provides owners and carers of heritage places with information about the painting process to repaint a heritage place.
This online fact sheet includes information on typical carpentry and joinery features in traditional Queenslanders from late 19th Century to the interwar years of the 20th Century.
This online fact sheet includes guidelines to help owners establish a routine maintenance program for the continuous protective care of the fabric, contents and settings of a heritage place.
This online fact sheet provides guidelines for typical garden styles for heritage properties in suburban Brisbane.
Use this online fact sheet to read frequently asked questions and answers about Brisbane's Heritage Register.
This online fact sheet includes a glossary to explain the terms used for paints, coatings and decorative finishes on heritage places.