Built Heritage Services

Historical Research and Oral History

Historical research, using primary sources (e.g. archival documents, maps and photographs held in archives, museums and libraries) and secondary sources (e.g. published histories and heritage studies), is an important component of any heritage assessment because it provides context for the significance of heritage places to be determined. 

This will provide clear guidance to developers and architects for developing a heritage place sympathetically.  In addition to written sources, gathering information from people with first-hand personal knowledge of a place is an important tool for gathering context to guide management of a heritage place. 


For further information, assistance and advice contact us on 1300 839 325  or enquire@ehpartners.com.au


  • Application of Thematic Frameworks to Heritage Assessment
  • Archival Recording (Photographs and Measured Drawings)
  • Desktop and Due Diligence Assessments
  • Detailed Build Heritage Assessment



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