Permits help protect the important features of heritage places and objects on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Heritage Victoria recognises that if significant places are to have a future, they need to be attractive and comfortable places in which to live and work. Alterations are often required to keep pace with modern life, but they must respect the importance of the place.
The Permit process chart (PDF, 38.5 KB, 1 p.) will help you understand the process.
All information about Permit Appeals can be found on the Heritage Council of Victoria's website.
When to apply for a permitFind information on when you need to apply for a permit for a place or object registered on the Victorian Heritage Register.
How to apply for a permit
Easy to use information on how to apply for a permit for a place or object listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Answers to commonly asked questions about the permit process.
Currently advertised permits
Documents and plans relating to currently advertised permits.
Permit decisionsRecent key permit decisions.
Find out whether you may be eligible for a permit exemption, and how to apply for one.
Information about appealing a permit refusal or conditions attached to a permit.
Permit policies and decision making guidelines
The permit policies and guidelines that inform Heritage Victoria and the Heritage Council of Victoria's decisions making.
Permit forms and guidelines
Find forms and guidelines to assist you to apply for a permit for a place or object on the Victorian Heritage Register.