|Title:||The Government Heritage Property Disposal Process|
|Document ID:||Operational Directive OD 0604/15|
|Date of issue:||Thursday, 21 May 2015|
|Description:||The Government Heritage Property Disposal Process identifies and assesses the heritage values of Government owned places under consideration for sale, transfer, lease or demolition.|
|Applicable to:||All WA Health staff|
|Framework:||Infrastructure (Asset Management) Policy Framework|
|Period of effect:||from 1 May 2015 to 1 May 2020|
|Review date:||1 May 2020|
|Authorised by:||Professor Bryant Stokes, A/Director General, Department of Health WA, 27-Apr-2015|
|Print version:||View print version|
The Government Heritage Property Disposal Process
The Government Heritage Property Disposal Process identifies and assesses the heritage values of Government owned places under consideration for sale, transfer, lease or demolition.
The State Government is the largest single owner of heritage places in WA and The State Heritage Office sets the standard for observing good heritage management and conservation practice.
The Department of Health has many heritage significant properties throughout the State.
The State Heritage Office has prepared the Government Heritage Property Disposal Process to guide assessment of Government properties for disposal or alternative use (ie: substantial upgrade/refurbishment).
Please ensure that all staff are aware of the protocols and processes involved in managing land and property assets that may have heritage qualities/significance.
Professor Bryant Stokes
This circular last updated: Thursday, 21 May 2015 at 12:55pm