In response to a community request, Council engaged heritage consultants, Peter Andrew Barrett and Trethowan to re-investigate the heritage significance of 57 and 60 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn.
57 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn (Chesney Wolde)
Following their investigations, heritage consultant, Peter Andrew Barrett, recommended that 57 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn be included in the Heritage Overlay as an individually significant heritage place.
The house at 57 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn is a fine and intact example of a Federation-style villa with Arts and Crafts detailing. It is considered to be a representative example of the substantial villas built south of Riversdale Road during between 1910 -1940.
The property has been recommended for local heritage protection for its architectural (Criterion D) and aesthetic (Criterion E) value to the City of Boroondara.
A copy of the draft heritage citation for 57 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn can be downloaded below.
60 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn
Following their investigations, heritage consultants, Trethowan, recommended that 60 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn be included in the Heritage Overlay as an individually significant heritage place.
The house at 60 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn is an intact example of an Arts and Craft inspired traditional style bungalow built between the Federation and Interwar periods. The house was designed by architect Albion Walkley, who has been recognised as a prominent architect who designed numerous homes around Boroondara and Hawthorn.
The property is recommended for local heritage protection for its historical (Criterion A), architectural (Criterion D) and aesthetic (Criterion E) value to the City of Boroondara.
A copy of the draft heritage citation for 60 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn can be downloaded below.
Please note that the draft citations have not been adopted by Council and do not carry any statutory weight.
In order for the heritage citations to have statutory weight, the properties need to be included in the Heritage Overlay under the Boroondara Planning Scheme.
Current status - May 2021
We are currently seeking feedback on the draft heritage citations for 57 and 60 Berkeley Street, Hawthorn before deciding whether to commence the formal planning scheme amendment process to apply the Heritage Overlay to the properties identified in the draft study.
Any feedback on the draft heritage citations must be made in writing by Friday 4 June 2021.
You can lodge your feedback the following ways:
You can submit your feedback using an online form.
Please note that all submissions will be treated as public documents and may be viewed by third parties.
Please carefully read the privacy statement below before completing the online form.
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Council officers will review the feedback received and prepare a report for consideration by the Urban Planning Delegated Committee (UPDC). The UPDC will decide whether to:
- Adopt the draft heritage citations.
- Commence the formal planning scheme amendment process to apply the Heritage Overlay to the properties.
- Write to the Minister for Planning to seek interim Heritage Overlays for the properties, to protect the properties while an amendment to apply a permanent Heritage Overlay is progressed.
The report is likely to be considered by the UPDC mid 2021.
Affected and adjoining property owners/occupiers and anyone who provided Council with feedback as part of the preliminary consultation process will be notified of the proposed UPDC date and have the opportunity to address the UPDC in support of their feedback.
For more information contact Amanda Seymour, Senior Strategic Planner (Monday to Wednesday):
- phone: 9278 4591
- email: [email protected]
Council will collect the information in your submission to transparently carry out Planning Scheme Amendment C340boro in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act 1987 (Act). The personal information will be used by Council for that primary purpose or directly related purposes such as contacting you about the project. Council must make a copy of all submissions available for any person to inspect free of charge until two months after completion of the amendment process in accordance with Section 21 of the Act. Submissions will be disclosed in full to Council's consultants (if applicable) who will make recommendations to Council regarding the submissions. Council and the State Government may also publish submissions on their websites, provide copies of submissions, and make publicly available lists of submissions during this period. Submissions may be disclosed in a report to Council which will by virtue of the Local Government Act 1989 be available to the public for an extended period. The submitter understands that the personal information provided is for the purpose of transparently carrying out Planning Scheme Amendment C340boro and that he or she may apply to Council for access to and/or amendment of the information. Requests for access and/or correction should be made to Council’s Privacy Officer. You may choose to respond anonymously, however Council will then be unable to contact you regarding the project.