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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Client: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Office of Environment and Heritage
Authors/Creators: Dr Sue Rosen (Historian), Dr Jessica Tyrell (Video Producer)
This project involved the synthesis of a vast array of disparate material to identify significant places and the relationship of local people to them. They include timber getting and milling sites, and pastoral properties. Following from the research phase various narratives were prepared as a resource for use by interpretation specialists. The...
Compilers: Dr Sue Rosen, Ms Emma Dortins, Ms Rosemary Kerr and Ms Tanya Gurnett
Client: National Parks and Wildlife Services
Heritage Assessment And History (HAAH), was commissioned in 2004 by the Department of Infrastructure Planning and Natural Resources to create a database and archive of documents pertinent to the histories of the Aboriginal peoples of the Hunter/Central Rivers Coastal Region for the period 1788 to 1850. The focus was to be on original documents...
Interviewer/Historian: Dr Sue Rosen
Client: NSW Department of Health
The interview focussed on Eddy's vast knowledge of the hospital over his lengthy working life there, not only in terms of the buildings and structure but also changes in policy toward the mentally ill.
Authors: Emma Dortins and Sue Rosen
This Heritage Impact Statement examines the impact of proposed alterations to Newtown Court House, to allow the Courthouse to meet legislated health and safety requirements, on its heritage significance.
Client: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Authors: Sue Rosen, Historian and Martin Pickrell, Architect
In the briefing document for this project NPWS recognised the need to conserve significant physical fabric and the setting of the place, but stressed the importance that this document identify a long-term sustainable use(s) for the Cottages and that policies be framed so as to achieve such use(s).
Authors: Sue Rosen and Sid French
This study has examined the bridges in the group, assessed them and generated a ranking table which categorises them as of State, Local or of No Heritage, or Demolished. Rankings were carried out in accordance with the criteria of the State Heritage Council, allowing them to gain significance by dint of a broad range of technical, historical, social and aesthetic yardsticks.
Author: Rosemary Kerr, Historian and Heritage Consultant
Client: Crystal Carwash Cafe Pty Ltd
The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to examine the impact of the demolition of the out-buildings behind Rose Bay Post Office as part of the Crystal Carwash Cafe development, proposed for the adjoining site at 759-777 New South Head Road, Rose Bay. (amended June 2006)
Author: Emma Dortins, Historian
The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to assess the impact of additions and alterations to the former Ambulance Station at No. 12 Dening Street on the heritage qualities of that building, a heritage item.
Authors: Emma Dortins and Sue Rosen, Historians and Heritage Consultants
Client: The Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) Environment Branch
This heritage study of the Liverpool Sub-Region of Sydney aim to identify potential heritage items in RTA control for inclusion in the Heritage and Conservation Register under Section 170 of the NSW Heritage Act.