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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This heritage listing was reviewed and historical research was undertaken by historian and heritage consultant, Dr Sue Rosen to identify the history of the site as stage one of a review of the existing heritage assessment
Author: Dr Sue Rosen
This plan of management provides heritage assessment and heritage conservation policies for the Alison Homestead site and management guidelines to govern its future use.
Authors: Dr Sue Rosen, Dr Noni Boyd, Christine Hay, and Liz Gorman.
Authors: Ms Karyn McLeod and Dr Sue Rosen
Client: Saurez Drafting and Design
This report assesses the likley impact of development of the site disturbing relics associated with the nearby railway.
Author: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Roy Lumby
Client: Studio Urbo
This heritage impact statement comments on alterations and additions at 9 Charles Street, a listed heritage item on the Parramatta LEP, part of a coherent group of three weatherboard heritage listed houses in Granville.
Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Roy Lumby
Client: NSW Heritage Branch of the Office of Environment and Heritage
This heritage assessment was commissioned after the placement of an Interim Heritage Order to enable a re-evaluation of the cultural significance of the site, particularly it's social significance, in the aftermath of the decision by Marrickville Council to demolish the Church.
Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Mr Martin Pickrell
Client: Terence Daly, Find Your Builder.Com
The object of this Heritage Impact Statement is to assess the impact on the heritage qualities of No. 1 Wandeen Avenue Beecroft; on heritage items at No. 2 and No. 3 Wandeen Avenue; and on the Beecroft - Cheltenham Conservation Area, of the following works: Repairing and reconstructing the brick and wrought iron fence to the Sutherland Road and Wandeen Avenue...
Authors/Creators: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Jessica Tyrell,
Client: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
The Wiradjuri connection to Mid Murrumbidgee Valley National Park precincts in the area stretching 100km from Narrandera to near Darlington Point is the focus of this project. The park lies within traditional lands of the Wiradjuri people and contemporary Aboriginal communities maintain strong links with the park through visitation and are also involved in ongoing conservation works and the management...
Author: Dr Sue Rosen
Client: Ferntree Homes
The objective of this report is to assess the heritage impact of the demolition of the existing residence at No. 13 Windeyer Avenue, Gladesville and the construction of a new single story brick veneer residence on the lot; on the heritage values of No. 2 Conservation Area of Hunters Hill and on the nearby individual heritage items at 66, 68 and 70 Prince Edward Street.
Author: Dr Sue Rosen, Historian and Heritage Consultant
Client: Bankstown City Council
20 Helen Street, Sefton - it's a Rarity in the Bankstown LGA
This cottage had been identified in a 2011 study as being of local heritage significance under heritage criteria. The purpose of the study was to assess the rarity or otherwise of the cottage at 20 Helen Street, Sefton. A literature review was carried out that related to the development of Bankstown...
Author: Dr Sue Rosen
Client: Stack 360 Pty Ltd
The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to assess the impact of the subdivision of Lot 21 DP 546139, the tourism reuse proposal, on the heritage significance of the 205m main stack at Port Kembla Copper and on the adjacent heritage listed former school.