Council publishes a fortnightly advertisement in the local paper, The Regional Independent. Below you will find the latest advertisement.
You can download the latest For Your Information Advertisement as a PDF here.(PDF, 1MB)
In conjunction with the NSW Heritage Office, Council has established a Local Heritage Places Fund. This provides grants for work on heritage properties including those listed in one of the applicable local environmental plans or on the State Heritage Register as it applies to Braidwood or to properties within a heritage conservation area in the Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council Local Government Area. The aim of the project is to encourage and support as much positive work on heritage items as possible.
Applications for grants for the 2021-2022 financial year are now open. Grants of varying amounts will be available with the maximum amounts to be determined by the number of applications received. The size of individual grants will often depend on the number of applications received and supported. All projects are required to be completed by 22 April 2022.
All applications must be made on the Queanbeyan-Palerang Local Heritage Places application form. The application form and guidelines can be downloaded from our Grants and Donations page at www.qprc.nsw.gov.au/grants
Applications for grants under the Queanbeyan-Palerang Local Heritage Places fund must be lodged no later than 4.30pm on Friday 8 October 2021. Applications can be submitted in the following ways:
- By mail to Local Heritage Places Grant, PO Box 90, Queanbeyan NSW 2620
- By email to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line ‘Local Heritage Places Grant’)
- Delivered in person to the Queanbeyan, Bungendore or Braidwood office.
For further information please contact Council’s Land-Use Planning Section on 6285 6276.
Notice is hereby given that Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, in pursuance of Section 163 of the Roads Act 1993 and Part 2 of the Roads Regulation 2008 proposes to use the following name as a road name within the Council area:
Proposed Road Name: Foxton Place
Description: This road is off the western end of Wilson Street, Braidwood and extends approximately 70 metres to a cul-de-sac.
Origin of Name: Foxton Place; A new road created from 10 lot subdivision in the Braidwood Village. William Foxton Robertson was the clerk of petty sessions in Braidwood Circa. 1875 for approximately eight years. Unfortunately, Mr Robertson was killed in a motor accident outside his home in Ryde in 1930. The original Parish map of Boyle shows that Mr Robertson was the owner of the land where this proposed new road is to go.
Written comments are invited and will be received up to 22 October 2021. These can be email to email@example.com with the subject line Proposed Road Name - Foxton Place or mailed to PO Box 90, Queanbeyan NSW 2620.