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Provincial Heritage Property Alteration Application

Overview

The Heritage Property Act states that “…no person shall destroy, alter, restore, repair, disturb, transport, add to, change or move, in whole or in part, real property designated pursuant to this Part of remove any fixtures from such property…without the written consent of the minister.”

As a result, a Provincial Heritage Property Alteration Application must be completed and approved prior to any alterations to a Provincial Heritage Property.

Guidance

Contact the Heritage Conservation Branch for assistance in preparing an application to alter a Provincial Heritage Property.

Eligibility

This application may only be completed by owners or representatives of a Provincial Heritage Property within Saskatchewan. Lessees of a property may submit with permission from the owners.

How to Apply

To request the consent of the minister, please complete the Provincial Heritage Property Alteration Application

Applications must include:

  • The property’s name and address
  • Applicant contact information
  • Existing condition documentation
  • Proposed alterations documentation

Please refer to the application for a full list of requirements.

Apply

Completed application forms and all supporting documentation should be forwarded to:

Heritage Conservation Branch
2nd Floor, 3211 Albert St.
Regina, SK   S4S 5W6 

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