Heritage & neighbourhood character

Make the most of free professional advice to ensure you can continue to enjoy the character of your place and our towns into the future. Eg: Alterations & additions, Exterior colours, Carports & garages and more (browse below).

Our Heritage Advisory Service has produced a series of brochures, attached below, intended as a general guide to typical house styles in the Toowoomba region. They include detailed information about Victorian (1850-1910), Edwardian (1900-1920), Inter War (1918-1939) and Post War ...
Points to keep in mind when performing alterations and additions on a heritage home: Understanding the characteristics of your house and its style can help in planning new work  Consider not just the house but its setting within its site and street Getting ...
Points to keep in mind when painting your heritage home: Keep paintwork in good condition to preserve your building longer. Choose a colour scheme that is suitable to the age of your house. Use colour to highlight the special features of your house. Reference ...
Heritage advisory notes provide general guidelines to help you design new buildings and additions, including fences, gardens and colour schemes, to maintain the character and style of your property and surrounds. Heritage carport and garage design hints The house and its setting ...
Heritage advisory notes provide general guidelines to help you design new buildings and additions, including fences, gardens and colour schemes, to maintain the character and style of your property and surrounds. Heritage garden hints Successful garden design respects the traditional garden elements ...
Heritage advisory notes provide general guidelines to help you design new buildings and additions, including fences, gardens and colour schemes, to maintain the character and style of your property and surrounds. Heritage fences at a glance Original fences should be retained or ...
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