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Government Owned Heritage Fund glossary

Community contribution: Contribution to the community may include visual contribution, public access, and/or community benefit.

Place: Place is defined in the Heritage Places Act 1993 as meaning: a) any site or area, with or without improvements; b) any land; c) any building, structure or other work, whether temporary or permanent or moveable or immovable (including an item or thing that is permanently fixed or moored). State Heritage Place means: a) a place entered, either as a provisional or confirmed entry in the Register; a place within an area established as a State Heritage Area; or a place taken to be entered in the Register under Schedule 1 of the Act.

Places and objects such as jetties, jinkers, lighthouses, bridges and mine shafts that are on the South Australian Heritage Register and are owned by Government are eligible for funding.

Government Owned State Heritage listed places: Places entered in the South Australian Heritage Register that are under SA government ownership

Burra Charter: TheAustralia International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Charter for the Conservation of Places of Cultural Significance, otherwise known as the Burra Charter, is a set of principles that have been adopted to create a nationally accepted standard for heritage conservation practice in Australia. Current version adopted 2013.

Fabric: Fabric is defined as all physical material of the place including elements, fixtures, contents and objects. It also includes building interiors, sub-surface remains and excavated material. Conservation is based on a respect for the fabric, and is an integral part of good heritage management.

Project Specific Costs: include costs associated with professional services, approvals and AGFMA fees. The value of in-kind contributions and cost recovery for such things as administration, in-house project management, overheads and transport are not to be included in any agency contribution.

Conservation Documentation: Documentation that may be eligible for 100% funding includes Climate Risk Assessments, Conservation Management Plans, Heritage Asset Surveys and Heritage Asset Management Plans.