We have a variety of heritage places, including buildings, residential and commercial precincts, industrial, parks, trees and objects.
These heritage places reflect the different phases of the City’s development, and are documented in a number of heritage studies that have been prepared over the past 20 years.
This information is now available on the Moonee Valley Heritage Database. The Database includes historic information about a particular heritage place or precinct, including a Statement of Significance (where prepared)
This heritage information has been transcribed from the original Conservation and Heritage Studies and is useful for property owners, occupiers, architects, students and others who have an interest in heritage places.
It is important to note that the information contained within the Moonee Valley Heritage Database is supporting information about heritage places contained within the Moonee Valley Planning Scheme. The information should not be relied upon to determine what planning controls affect a property. A planning certificate will provide the legal documentation regarding the relevant zoning and overlays (including the heritage overlay) that affect individual properties.
The database is searchable by heritage place name, street name or Heritage Overlay (HO) number. Please read the terms and conditions of use before searching.
For more information please contact our Strategic Planning Team on 9243 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.