|Date:||February 11, 2017|
|Event:||Redlands heritage forum at Fernleigh Cottage|
|Topic:||Fernleigh Heritage Form,|
|Location:||71 Shore Street East
Heritage on the Park
Heritage in the Redlands will be discussed at a forum held in the grounds of Fernleigh.
Date: 11 February 2017
Time: 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Place: Fernleigh at 73 Shore Street East, Cleveland (next to G.J. Walter Park)
It is one of very few houses which have survived from the early European development of Cleveland in the 1860s.
This is a rare opportunity to see a privately owned heritage listed house in the Redlands.
The heritage forum will be hosted by Redlands2030, together with the owners of Fernleigh.
Fernleigh Heritage Forum
All too often there is confusion and debate over the meaning of heritage and the response to issues in the face of a particular development application.
Sadly, the chance to discuss heritage and heritage values is all too often in a “pressure cooker” like situation when properties with heritage significance are threatened by development.
At this forum, qualified speakers will talk about:
- The history of settlement in Cleveland
- Heritage values of Fernleigh (and nearby buildings)
- A personal perspective of what is involved in managing a heritage listed home
- Update on Willards Farm (near Capalaba)
After the formalities light refreshments will be served in the garden of Fernleigh which enjoys peaceful views over G.J. Walter Park.
This will be an opportunity to socialise and learn more about heritage, heritage protection and the early history of Cleveland.
Book your place
There will be a small entry charge of $12/head for what promises to be an interesting afternoon – refreshments included.
To book your place please RSVP by 9 February to: