National Trust technical committees

National Trust technical committees

The National Trust has a number of expert technical committees that assess and record places and objects with cultural and natural heritage significance.  If you believe you could be a valuable member of any of the National Trust technical committees, please complete  an Expression of Interest Form.

National Trust technical committees

  • Classification Standing Committee

    The National Trust maintains a register of places and objects assessed to have heritage significance, known as the List of Classified Places. This register first began in the 1960s and today contains over 1800 records. The role of the Classification Standing Committee is to identify places and objects of cultural heritage significance and assess their heritage value.

  • Significant Tree Committee

    The purpose of the Significant Tree Committee is to identify, assess and record trees of cultural and natural heritage value, and to advocate for tree protection and policy.

  • Public Arts and Monuments Committee

    The committee aims to maintains a register of works with assessed cultural heritage significance, and to educate the public and government authorities about the heritage values of public art and encourage members of the public, and the owners to value and conserve such objects.

  • Defence Heritage Committee

    The purpose of the Committee is to support the National Trust of Western Australia in the identification, recording, classification and preservation of WA’s Defence Heritage.

  • Art Deco Committee

    The purpose of the Committee is to awaken, stimulate, encourage and maintain the interest of members of the public in, and to provide public knowledge of, buildings, structures and artefacts from the Inter War Period in Western Australia.

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