Hill End Archaeological Management Plan and DCP Amendment

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Council recently engaged the services of Andrew Long and Associates to prepare an Archaeological Management Plan (AMP) for the privately owned lands in the village of Hill End. The aim of the study was to identify and assess the relative likelihood and significance of archaeological resources on privately owned land at Hill End.

Council recently engaged the services of Andrew Long and Associates to prepare an Archaeological Management Plan (AMP) for the privately owned lands in the village of Hill End. The aim of the study was to identify and assess the relative likelihood and significance of archaeological resources on privately owned land at Hill End.

A copy of that report is available from Council’s website.

In addition, Council has prepared an amendment to the Bathurst Regional Development Control Plan (DCP) 2014 to update the DCP Map 22 Hill End Archaeology to include the archaeological sensitivity on the relevant properties, based on the information contained in the AMP.

Council recently engaged the services of Andrew Long and Associates to prepare an Archaeological Management Plan (AMP) for the privately owned lands in the village of Hill End. The aim of the study was to identify and assess the relative likelihood and significance of archaeological resources on privately owned land at Hill End.

A copy of that report is available from Council’s website.

In addition, Council has prepared an amendment to the Bathurst Regional Development Control Plan (DCP) 2014 to update the DCP Map 22 Hill End Archaeology to include the archaeological sensitivity on the relevant properties, based on the information contained in the AMP.

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