The purpose of the survey is to canvas Daylesford and Hepburn Springs community opinion on the future use and improvement of the Daylesford Court House Reserve site.
Survey data will help Working Heritage prepare a strategic visionfor this valued community and heritage site. In seeking community input to inform our Site Management Plan, we envisage that the Daylesford Neighbourhood Centre will continue to operate oat the site into the foreseeable future.
Daylesford Court House Reserve - located at 13 Camp Street, Daylesford - is a heritage-listed site featuring four buildings and approximately 6,000sqm of open space. On the Reserve you will find the 1863 Court House, the 1875 Police Residence and Lock-up. In addition, the site also features a contemporary conference/classroom building.
Click here for the link to the survey.
Since the state of emergency was declared in Victoria in March 2020, Working Heritage has negotiated rent relief for our lessees across the sixteen heritage properties in our care.
As a self-funded not-for-profit, we have foregone crucial income to assist our tenants' survival though this unprecedented crisis. We are hopeful that Victoria’s collective effort to reduce infection rates will succeed and that recovery of community, cultural and business activity can soon commence, and ultimately succeed.
We look forward to visiting all of our tenants again and to seeing their businesses recover and thrive.
From 5:30am Monday 26th October 2020, a new day rate of $30 will apply.
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