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: Expressions of Interest are being called for the 2019 WA State Heritage & History Conference on 29 & 30 April 2019. The…

RT @StateHeritage: #October edition of Heritage Matters Enewsletter is out now. Read about the 201-19 grant recipients and Heritage Act 201…

RT @StateHeritage: Nominations now open for the 2019 Western Australian Heritage Awards which recognise outstanding #heritage projects and…

RT @WA_Property: @DPLH_WA ADG Lorissa Kelly talking to @shentoncollege students about her career in property, from her high school years to…

The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage Annual Report 2017-18 is now available - https://t.co/qgH5mjbZ3x https://t.co/sIQj1gSLkZ