Frankston Heritage Survey
Heritage encompasses many things – the way we live, our history, values and traditions.
A heritage place can include anything from a specific site or building through to a whole region or landscape. Heritage places can provide essential links with the past and help us to define our shared community history.
Frankston has a rich and colourful history. Research shows that communities value and have a strong connection to the past and protection of heritage places is an important step in maintaining the link.
For this reason, Frankston City Council would like to gain a better understanding from you in terms of your understanding and views on heritage.
If you are interested in, please take a moment to complete the survey below. Should take no more than five minutes.
Survey ends Tuesday 20 April.
Heritage Gap Review community drop in sessions
Council has prepared a draft Heritage Gap Review which is on consultation until the 20 April 2021. It proposes protection of 23 sites and provides information on the history of those sites.
More information on the Draft Heritage Gap Review
A community drop-in session to provide further information has been arranged for:
Tuesday 23 March, 3–6.30pm
Frankston Arts Centre
27–37 Davey Street, Frankston
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