To ensure the public play a role in the decision making process, once a place has been provisionally entered into the South Australian Heritage Register, the South Australian Heritage Council provides a three month public consultation period.
This period allows the public to make written representations on whether the provisional entry should be confirmed in the Register.
When considering whether or not to confirm an entry, the Council can only take criteria under the Heritage Places Act 1993 into account.
Anyone can make a submission on whether or not the provisional entry should be confirmed in the Register.
Council have a submission form that the public can use to make written representations.
See the current provisional entries.