The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage is responsible for planning Western Australia's communities and managing our land and heritage assets. The department is an amalgamation of the former departments of Planning, Lands, the State Heritage Office and the land and heritage functions of the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, and was formed as a result of the changes to the public sector announced by the State Government in April 2017. Read More

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RT @StateHeritage: The November edition of Heritage Matters Enewsletter is out, features WA #Tourism Awards results, #Heritage Awards & a n…

RT @StateHeritage: A huge night for #Fremantle #Prison at the 2018 WA Tourism Awards on Saturday evening. The Prison was inducted into the…

RT @StateHeritage: #Mingenew Police Group has been included in the #State Register. The buildings constructed in 1897 and 1964 illustrate h…

RT @WALGA: Local Government efforts in maintaining Perth’s #treecanopy may soon be easier with support from a new #planning guide. Read mor…

RT @Rita_Saffioti: Wishing a very happy World Town Planning Day to all those planners in WA working to shape our communities into truly vib…