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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Authors: Dr Steve Brown and Dr Sue Rosen
Client: P.S Graham & Associates
This report assesses the liklihood of evidence of Aboriginal occupation being found on this site proposed for sub-division.
Authors: Mr Nick Jackson, Heritage Consultant and Mr Martin Pickrell, Architect
Client: Rockdale City Council
The objective of this report is to assess the heritage impact of the upgrading of three post c.1970 public lavatories within Cook Park, which is listed as an item of environmental heritage in Schedule 5 of the Rockdale Local Environment Plan 2011.
Authors: Mr Nick Jackson, Heritage Consultant, Mr Martin Pickrell, Architect and Dr Sue Rosen, Historian and Heritage Consultant
Client: David Chan
The objective of this Heritage Impact Staement is to review the plans for proposed development, a site inspection and an assessment of the proposal considering the owner's requirements, site conditions, semi-rural context, neighbouring developments and the identified cultural heritage values of the Belfield Farm Group of heritage items.
Client: Kogarah City Council
Authors: Sue Rosen, Historian and Nick Jackson, Heritage Consultant
This heritage study of the "Derwent and Drake Oyster Farm" at Neverfail Bay, Oatley, which is listed as being of local heritage significance in the Kogarah Local Environmental Plan assesses the heritage values of the former oyster purification plant.
Authors: Dr Sid French (Worley Parsons) Dr Sue Rosen, Ms Emma Dortins, Ms Rosemary Kerr, Ms Julia Kensey, (Sue Rosen and Associates)
Client: Roads and Traffic Authority
This project was an extensionof earlier heritage assessments of RTA owned and/or controlled concrete bridges across the state undertaken by Worley Parsons in association Sue Rosen & Associates, then trading as HAAH ( heritage Assessment And History). It involved a a survey of each brige, historical research, heritage...
Author: Emma Dortins
The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to examine the impact of the demolition of the current dwelling and the construction of a new dwelling at No. 53 Woronora Parade, on the heritage significance of "Yengarie", at No. 51 Woronora Parade, adjacent, a heritage item included in Schedule 2 of the Hurstville Local Environment Plan.
Authors: Rosemary Kerr and Martin Pickrell, Architect
The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to examine the impact of alterations and additions to 58 Imperial Avenue, Bondi on the heritage values of the property and the streetscape.
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.
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.
Authors: Laila Ellmoos, Historian and Heritage Consultant and Martin Pickrell, Architect
The objective of this Statement of Heritage Impact is to examine the impact of proposed additions and alterations to the Allawah Railway Hotel at No. 470 Railway Parade, Allawah. The property is within the Kogarah LGA and is a scheduled heritage item listed in the Kogarah Local Environment Plan, 1998.