National Heritage Resources Act

At Northwards, 21 Rockridge Road, Parktown

Do you know that all structures that are over 60 years old receive general protection under the National Heritage Resources Act (NHRA), no 25 of 1999? Do you know that in order to alter or demolish all or part of such a structure, you need to comply with the provisions of the NHRA? Are you aware of the penalties that you may incur if you do not comply with the NHRA? What process needs to be followed and what documentation needs to be submitted? And what is the role of architects, estate agents, developers and residents’ associations in the process?
These are questions that shockingly few property owners, architects, estate agents and neighbourhood activists know the answers to.
Yasmin Mayat and Brendan Hart are experts in navigating the NHRA. They are practising heritage architects at Mayat Hart Architects, sit on the Joint Plans Committee East, and have years of experience in dealing with complex heritage matters. Join them as they simplify the often confusing and complex provisions of the NHRA, and equip you to deal with them with confidence!

GUIDES : Yasmin Mayat and Brendan Hart
TIME : 14h00
MEET : At Northwards, 21 Rockridge Road, Parktown
COST : R150 for members and R200 for non-members
DURATION : Approximately 2 hours

Bookings can be made through Computicket or this office – 011 482-3349 / [email protected]

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