The value of windows to built heritage
Colm and John attended Parliament House in Hobart this Monday, to present to the Legislative Council Sub-Committee who are conducting a review of the value of built heritage to tourism in Tasmania.
Theirs, one of 58 submissions to the Committee, was one of the few chosen to be questioned by the Committee. While their core focus is of course wooden windows, their submission rather looks at the bigger picture for Tasmania. It examines the importance of heritage buildings to Tasmania’s tourism industry and also the economy. The paper suggests ways that the government can build on the huge wealth of heritage assets in the state and also use heritage to further education and employment around the industries involved.
Sealasash’s submission, as well as others, is available to view online here
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