Friday, July 14, 2017

Maitland council accepts offer for $96,000 worth of funding under NSW Heritage Grants program

From the Maitland Mercury report:
Three of the city’s significant historical landmarks are set for upgrades courtesy of $96,000 worth of grants offered to Maitland City Council.
The grants were offered to council by the NSW Heritage Grants program which will assist with the continued implementation of adopted management plans for key heritage sites across the State.
A works grant of $40,000 has been offered towards stage two implementation of the Walka Water Works interpretation plan and a works grant of $36,250 was offered for Glebe Cemetery conservation works program, both grants requiring a matching contribution from council.
Two grants of $10,000 relate to the preparation of interpretation plans for Glebe Cemetery and Maitland Jewish Cemetery.

Full article available at Maitland Mercury, 12 Jul 2017.