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From the Mayor's Desk

Local government representatives from across Australia have gathered in Canberra this week for the 2016 National General Assembly of Local Government.

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Environment Protection Authority - Pollution Incident Response Management Plans and Data
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Council Merger Update

New Waste Collection Service

Recycling bin taken away update

bin post it 28 April 3

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Contact the Waste Hotline on
1300 725 415

Winter Festival

Bathurst Winter FestivalSPECIAL EVENT ROAD CLOSURE

Russell Street between William and George Streets will be closed from 27 June to 25 July for the Bathurst Winter Festival. Visit www.bathurstwinterfestival.com.au for festival information.

Bathurst Grant Opportunities

 

Applications are now closed. Applications for the 2017/18 Local Heritage Fund will open in April 2017.

Please contact Council if you wish to be placed on the mailing list.

Bathurst Region Local Heritage Fund

Each year, Bathurst Regional Council, with the support of the NSW Heritage Division, offers small grants to property owners for maintenance works on older buildings in the local government area.

Eligible projects are usually offered grants of between $300 to $2,000 (not exceeding 50% of the value of the project). If you wish to be placed on Council's mailing list to receive an application form for the next round of heritage grants please contact Council's Environmental Planning & Building Services Department on 02 6333 6211 or and leave your name, postal details or email address.

This local heritage fund has proven to be a popular and very successful grant program offered by Council. Since the grant program commenced in 1996, Council has jointly funded over 500 projects with a value of works completed of nearly $5 Million.

The types of projects that are eligible for funding include external works such as:

  • Repainting older buildings, including houses.
  • Repairing walls, verandahs, windows or roof plumbing on older buildings.
  • Repairing historic fences (note other fencing projects will not be funded).
  • Repairing rising/falling damp by proven restoration methods.
  • Repairing and conserving older buildings, historic remnants or grave sites.
  • Repairing structural components eg underpinning/repointing brickwork.

NOTE: Before you lodge an application for repairs relating to rising/falling damp you must arrange an onsite meeting with Council's Heritage Advisor to discuss the method proposed. Council will not fund chemical treatment methods.

 

The 2016/17 Bathurst Region Interpretation Fund is now open. Closing date for applications is 30 June 2016. 

Download the application form here.

Bathurst Region Conservation and Interpretation Fund 

Each year, Bathurst Regional Council offers a small grant to assist local property owners, local heritage trusts/organisations or community groups to undertake projects to interpret and promote the region's history and to support the ongoing management of heritage properties.

Eligible projects are usually offered grants of between $500 to $5,000 (not exceeding 50% of the value of the project). If you wish to be placed on Council's mailing list to receive an application form for the next round of grants please contact Council's Environmental Planning & Building Services Department and leave your name, postal details or email address.

This program is fully funded by Bathurst Regional Council.

The types of projects that are eligible for funding include:

  1. Preparation of a Conservation Management Plan or Conservation Management Strategy
  2. Prepare or publish local history publications and books
  3. Prepare or publish a local history project
  4. Preparation of a Heritage Interpretation Strategy and Implementation Plan
  5. Implementation of Heritage Interpretation Signage, Brochures and Projects in accordance with a Heritage Interpretation Strategy/Plan
  6. Prepare and present an exhibition promoting the heritage and history of the Bathurst Region.