VCAT considers “heritage” condition on permit

In 70 Nicholson Street Pty Ltd v Yarra CC [2012] VCAT 232 the Tribunal has decided a case in which orders were sought to amend a permit condition agreed by the parties at mediation.

The case is interesting on two fronts.

First, the case explores events that occurred at a mediation. As practitioners are aware it is rare that this occurs.

Second, the case is interesting because it discusses the heritage value of building facades which have been altered over time.

Read the case here.

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