Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy

Consultation has concluded

We have developed a draft Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy and are seeking feedback from the community on the draft policy and would welcome your submission.

We have developed a draft Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy and are seeking feedback from the community on the draft policy and would welcome your submission.

Consultation has concluded
  • Adoption of Draft Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy

    over 3 years ago

    At it’s meeting of 27 May 2014 Council resolved to adopt the Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy.

    View the Council Report

    In addition to adopting the policy Council resolved to include the background information for historic plaques on Council’s website. Council staff will now update the process for the memorial and plaques application to include historic plaques as part of implementing the new policy. 

    To view Council's adopted Policies, please visit the Policies Page.

    At it’s meeting of 27 May 2014 Council resolved to adopt the Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy.

    View the Council Report

    In addition to adopting the policy Council resolved to include the background information for historic plaques on Council’s website. Council staff will now update the process for the memorial and plaques application to include historic plaques as part of implementing the new policy. 

    To view Council's adopted Policies, please visit the Policies Page.

  • How can I be involved?

    over 3 years ago

    Council would like to receive your feedback on the draft policy.

    View the draft policy

    You can also view the documents at the Civic Centre Dee Why and Council libraries.

    Please send your submission marked "Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy".

    • Email Council
    • Write to: Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why, NSW, 2099

    Comments close Wednesday 27 May 2014.

    If you require further information please contact Scot Hedge, Manager Business Development, Parks Reserves and Foreshores on 9942 2724.


    Council would like to receive your feedback on the draft policy.

    View the draft policy

    You can also view the documents at the Civic Centre Dee Why and Council libraries.

    Please send your submission marked "Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy".

    • Email Council
    • Write to: Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why, NSW, 2099

    Comments close Wednesday 27 May 2014.

    If you require further information please contact Scot Hedge, Manager Business Development, Parks Reserves and Foreshores on 9942 2724.


  • Project Background

    over 3 years ago

    Council resolved to develop a policy on the naming of assets under it’s control, as well as the placement of memorial and plaques, including heritage plaques, within Warringah.

    View the Council Report

    The draft Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy aims to:

    • To provide a framework for the naming of Council’s assets in the Warringah local government area
    • To provide an efficient and equitable mechanism for the placement of memorials and plaques within Warringah

    The draft policy identifies principles, guidelines and legislation relating to the naming process for assets including open space and recreational areas, community facilities and streets.

    It addresses the principles for installation of plaques, including heritage plaques, and memorials. The policy provides a more consistent approach and single reference point for these matters.

    Council resolved to develop a policy on the naming of assets under it’s control, as well as the placement of memorial and plaques, including heritage plaques, within Warringah.

    View the Council Report

    The draft Memorials, Plaques and Naming of Assets Policy aims to:

    • To provide a framework for the naming of Council’s assets in the Warringah local government area
    • To provide an efficient and equitable mechanism for the placement of memorials and plaques within Warringah

    The draft policy identifies principles, guidelines and legislation relating to the naming process for assets including open space and recreational areas, community facilities and streets.

    It addresses the principles for installation of plaques, including heritage plaques, and memorials. The policy provides a more consistent approach and single reference point for these matters.