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# Posted: 29 Nov 2008 18:58

Another piece of ammunition for use.
Mentioned recently (Alan Jones interview etc) as another example demonstrating that the Rees government hasn't done its homework and knows not what it is attempting to destroy.
Here is a link to the website.
The Paper (commissioned by the NSW State Government) relates to the assessment of sites along the proposed SWRL. The Paper mentions HAHS.

Link to the Paper: -Planning-Approval/Volume%201%20-%20Main%20Report% 201%20to%2028/Chapter%2015%20-%20Heritage.pdf

Scroll through the PDF at the website. See para 15.2.2 (page 236) where Table 15-2 lists HAHS as being 'of high local significance'. Brief mention of HAHS elsewhere (e.g. page 240).

'Assessment of Significance was against the criteria for listing on the NSW State Heritage Register . . .'.

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