Most changes proposed to heritage places are regarded as development and require approval before work is undertaken. Some types of development on properties or land adjoining a heritage place also need approval. Find out about the different approvals required for different types of work.
Development on a State Heritage Place and certain types of development on properties or land adjoining a State Heritage Place require approval from the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning.
General Exemption Certificates provide upfront approval for ongoing maintenance and minor work necessary to keep heritage places on the Queensland Heritage Register and war memorials in optimal condition.