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Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park - Heritage Advice

Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park - Heritage Advice

 

 

 

Client: Private Client

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

We provided heritage advice to Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park regarding their proposed development concept involving refurbishment of the chapel and crematoria...

21 April 2021 Address on Anzac Parade as a Military themed Cultural Route

21 April 2021 Address on Anzac Parade as a Military themed Cultural Route

Sue will be giving a Zoom talk on the history of Anzac Parade for Randwick Council and the Randwick and District  Historical Society at 6:30 on Wednesday 21 April.

Celebrating the Australian Heritage Festival’s theme of ‘Our Heritage for the Future’, Sue examines the origins of ANZAC Parade as a thoroughfare. She traces its history and development through incorporating First Nation...


16 Douglas Street, Clovelly - Heritage Impact Statement

16 Douglas Street, Clovelly - Heritage Impact Statement

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen, Mr Martin Pickrell, Mr Nick Jackson 

Client: Mr John Jabbour

In this HIS we prepared a history, undertook a site inspection, and made an assessment of cultural significance of the LEP listed cottage at No. 16 Douglas Street.  We concluded that Council should approve the development application for demolition on the grounds that the extent of new fabric required to return the house to a habitable state is contrary to the conservation principles of The Burra Charter and the cottage would not retain its cultural significance due to the extensive replacement of fabric required to make it habitable...

ANZAC Parade

ANZAC Parade

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Heritage Consultant: Liz Gorman

Client: Randwick City Council

One of Dr Sue Rosen's favourite projects this year was ANZAC parade, a Heritage Assessment commissioned by Randwick City Council.

The project developed out of Council’s 2017 resolution to ‘…endeavour to restore and recreate the ANZAC Parade corridor as intended…’ with the overall aim of restoration, recreation and presentation of Anzac Parade as a significant memorial route.


Randwick Architecture and Design Award Winners 2020

Randwick Architecture and Design Award Winners 2020

Held every two years, the Randwick City Architecture and Urban Design Awards are one of Randwick City's key urban design initiatives. On Thursday 29 October, the winners of the 8th Biennial Architecture and Urban Design Awards, which celebrate exceptional design in our built environment were announced. Held...

Review of Randwick Council's proposal for the Edgecombe Estate, Coogee Heritage Conservation Area

Review of Randwick Council's proposal for the Edgecombe Estate, Coogee Heritage Conservation Area

 

 

Reviewers: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Roy Lumby

Client: Randwick City Council

Randwick Council were considering the creation of a new heritage conservation area in Coogee, we critiqued their assessment of the nomination in a peer review process and endorsed the soundness of their case.


Touma v Randwick City Council

Touma v Randwick City Council

We are delighted at the results of a Land and Environment Court hearing that resulted in the dismissal of an appeal to have an Interim Heritage Order over 39 Dudley Street Coogee in the Randwick LGA dismissed. Commissioner Horton upheld the order on the basis that on further investigation  No. 39 was likley to be found to have heritage significance. Dr Sue Rosen of SRA was involved in preparing a...

Heritage Impact Statement: 2 Winkurra Street, Kensington.

Heritage Impact Statement: 2 Winkurra Street, Kensington.

 

 

Authors: Mr Nick Jackson, Heritage Consultant, Mr Martin Pickrell, Architect and Dr Sue Rosen, Historian and Heritage Consultant 

Cliient: Charleston Homes on behalf of N. and S. Pyke

The objective of this report is to assess the heritage impact of the proposed demolition and building of a new residence at No. 2 Winkurra Street, Kensington. This property is located within the West Kensington Heritage Conservation Area and subject to the heritage provisions...