Over 31 years we have undertaken commissions and projects across across the gamut of history and heritage practise. These relate to a variety of historical themes, heritage issues and for a variety of purposes in a variety of formats. Please click on one of the thematic, regional or outcome subheadings to see the projects that we have undertaken. We like to be challenged, we like new ideas and to address methodological issues to produce results that are effective, meaningful and reach the intended audience with ease.
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Author: Dr Sue Rosen
Client: Uralla Shire Council
Uralla Community Based Heritage Study: This Community Based approach enabled extensive meetings, discussions, workshops and collection of relevant information and heritage material from the community.
Historian/Interviewer: Dr Sue Rosen
This project was undertaken in preparation for a history of Trinity Grammar.
Author: Rosemary Kerr
The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to examine the impact of the construction of a multi-storey mixed commercial and residential development on the site now occupied by 62-74 Canley Vale Road and 19-21 Phelps Street, Canley Vale on the heritage item at 94 Canley Vale Road, being the former teacher's residence at Canley Vale Public School.
Author: Emma Dortins
Client: NSW Department of Commerce
The object of this Heritage Impact Statement is to examine the impact of the proposed demolition of a disused toilet block, known as Block E, located in the rear south eastern corner of the school grounds, and the resurfacing of the area in bitumen for its incorporation into the playground, on heritage values of the Crown Street Public School and its capacity to contribute to...
Author: Emma Dortins
This short history is a tribute to the efforts of all the volunteers involved throughout the library’s life of more than half a century. With interest and guidance from their mentors, including those in the Children’s Library and Craft Movement, the library’s voluntary committee and their auxiliary, mothers, friends, husbands and patrons, provided several generations of local children with a golden...
Author: Nicole Secomb
Client: Department of Commerce on behalf of the Department of Education
A detailed chronology of the physical development and land tenure history associated with the Camden Gas Works was compiled and presented with plans and photographs.
Authors: Michael Pearson, Duncan Marshall, Donald Ellsmore, Val Attenbrow, Sue Rosen, Rosemary Kerr and Chris Betteridge
Client: University of Sydney
This Conservation Plan documents the various aspects of heritage significance within the grounds of the University of Sydney, develops policies to guide the conservation and management of those grounds and proposes strategies to implement those policies in the longer term.
Authors: David Sheedy, Rosemary Kerr and Sue Rosen
Client: NSW Department of Public Works
The authors of this report were commissioned by the NSW Department of Public Works and Services to prepare a Heritage Assessment of the Drill Hall at the Ashfield Boys’ High School. The study was to incorporate an evaluation of the heritage significance of the building and to propose strategies for conserving any historically significant aspects of...View related item - click here
Client: Jackson, Teece, Chesterman Willis
Author: Mary Sparke
Historical research to inform an assessment of the cultural significance of St Joseph's School and St Joseph's Domestic Science School at Mount Street, North Sydney.
Author: Sue Rosen
Bankstown: A sense of identity explores how an area came to be the place it is today: culturally, economically and physically. It's a book to be read, used and enjoyed by students, residents (old and new) and planners; helping all to understand the area and society in which they live, work and play. Bankstown: A sense of identity can be used to help plan the future by maintaining links with its...View related item - click here