Grants for heritage property restoration


If your heritage property is in need of some restoration works, you may be eligible to receive a grant to help carry them out.

The WA Heritage Council's Heritage Grants Program offers private owners of registered and to be registered heritage properties in WA opportunities to apply for grants for conservation works.

More information about the program and requirements can be found at https://www.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/conservation-and-development/grants-incentives/heritage-grants-program.

You can also find on the website other grant opportunities for heritage restoration works offered from other entities that may be available to you.

Conspar (Consolidated Protective Coatings Pty Ltd trading as Conspar) is listed on the council's website as a supplier of services for heritage buildings:

http://incontact.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/Specialists/SearchResults?name=Conspar.


Established in 1969, locally-owned and operated Conspar is led by a registered architect, two registered builders, a registered painter and team of highly experienced building restoration technicians.

We are proud of the building restoration projects we have been involved in for heritage-listed properties throughout Perth from St Patricks Community Care Centre in Fremantle and the Carmelite Monastery in Dalkeith, to the Belgian Beer Cafe in the CBD, Vic Park Police Station and Greek Orthodox Church in Northbridge.

If you have own or manage a heritage property in Perth contact Conspar today to see how we can help you best look after it into the future.

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