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Downtown Hamilton Built Heritage Inventory Study

Many came out for the facilitated discussion, which involved talking about various communities within Hamilton.

Many came out for the facilitated discussion, which involved talking about various communities within Hamilton.

LIUNA Station was buzzing yesterday at the downtown Hamilton built heritage inventory study.

A public open house took place between 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m and was followed by a facilitated session from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m, where community members where able to get involved and share their thoughts and concerns about heritage and conservation.

The inventory project is a pilot study to review and update the existing “Inventory of Buildings of Architectural and/or Historical Interest.” Phase two of the project is now underway and a methodology is being developed that will evaluate approximately 800 properties.

Great to see so many people out to share their views regarding Hamilton’s heritage buildings.

You can find out more information about the Downtown Built Heritage project at: www.Hamilton.ca/DowntownBuiltHeritage

A citizen input wall was set up, allowing visitors to share their thoughts and concerns.

A citizen input wall was set up, allowing visitors to share their thoughts and concerns.

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