Heritage Conservation Program Update
Phase 1: Heritage Holding Bylaw No. 8912 Procedures Review
Historic places tell the story of our community. The Heritage Conservation Program is the tool used to document our story and manage places of heritage value. The Heritage Conservation Program aligns with the policies and vision of Design Regina: The Official Community Plan (OCP) and the Regina Cultural Plan to protect and conserve historic places.
The City is initiating a review of its Heritage Conservation Program in 2017 with the goal of providing clarity to the purpose of the Heritage Holding Bylaw as a flagging tool and to clarify how historic places are identified to be included on the list.
One of the components of the Heritage Conservation Program is the Heritage Holding Bylaw No. 8912. The Bylaw was adopted in 1989 and currently lists 229 properties that are considered to have potential for Municipal Heritage Designation. It serves as a flagging tool to identify places of historic value. The first stage of this project will look at the criteria for evaluating heritage value.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to commonly asked questions regarding heritage and Heritage Holding Bylaw properties, and the Heritage Conservation Program Update
Information for Property Owners
Learn more about conserving and maintaining your designated heritage or Heritage Holding Bylaw property