HERITAGE ACT 2018
Instrument of delegation
National Trust of Australia (WA)
Pursuant to section 19 of the Heritage Act 2018 (Act), the Heritage Council (Council) resolved to—
1. Revoke the delegation instrument, which was published on 23 February 1993; and
2. Delegate all powers, duties and functions arising under sections 73 and 74 of the Act to the Senior Manager Asset Management (delegate) of the National Trust of Australia (WA) (Trust), subject to the following conditions—
(a) Advice is limited to places identified in the Inventory of the State Registered Places acquired by, vested in, or under the control of the Trust only;
(b) Advice complies with the Council’s policy titled ‘Delegation Framework: National Trust of Australia (WA)’, published in September 2019; and
(c) The impact of the proposals must be assessed and undertaken by a suitably qualified and experienced heritage professional.
This delegation shall come into operation on the date this instrument is published in the Government Gazette. The “Delegation Framework: National Trust of Australia (WA)” and its supporting documents can be found on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website at dplh.wa.gov.au
Dated the 24th day of September 2019.
VAUGHAN DAVIES, Assistant Director-General, Heritage and Property Services, Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage.
Government of Western Australia
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