Mr Bob Nanva (Property Owner) commissioned MTS Heritage to prepare a Conservation Management Plan of the ‘Regentville Workers’ Terrace’ in Regentville, to ensure future conservation of the sandstone Victorian-Georgian house. The house was a former workers terrace built by Sir John Jamieson in c1844 to house factory workers on his Regentville Estate. MTS Heritage was engaged to prepare the CMP. This involved detailed historical research, physical inspection of the property with Brad Vale (Heritage Architect), assessment of the property’s archaeological potential and its heritage significance. The CMP includes succinct conservation management policies associated with feasible uses, fabric, setting, interpretation, maintenance and management and the conservation of areas of archaeological potential.

Responsibilities included: Historical Research. Preparation of a succinct Conservation Management Plan prepared in accordance with NSW Heritage Council guidelines. Liaison with the Property Owner.