GML works with State and Territory Government authorities and agencies across Australia, helping them identify, conserve and manage heritage assets in accordance with state legislative requirements. Our work for the states and territories includes strategic heritage advice, heritage assessments, conservation planning, policies and reviews, heritage and conservation registers, heritage masterplanning and heritage training.

Testimonials:

I value working with GML as they have the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders to achieve consensus about heritage conservation outcomes. GML communicates in a manner which is fit for the task, concise and highly effective.

Fiona Gardiner, Director of Heritage, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland

I also wanted to say congratulations on what I consider to be an exemplar plan, certainly the best that I have been involved with at my time at NPWS. I also wanted to say what a pleasure it was to work with you and your consultant team on this project, and sincerely thank you for what I know was a lot of extra hard work and effort on your part. I must say that we really have appreciated all of the extra touches, from the scanned set of photographs on CD that we received early on in the piece, to the extra PDF copies at the end. I really felt that you and your team gave it 110 per cent and I really appreciate it.

Rodney Harrison, Research Unit, Cultural Heritage Division NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

GML has always been prompt in their production of reports and advice and in the professional manner in which they have dealt with all aspects of heritage management in their commissions.

Wayne Johnson, Archaeologist, Built Environment, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority

Our clients include:

  • The Growth Centres, NSW Department of  Planning
  • Heritage Branch, NSW Department of Planning
  • Heritage Tasmania
  • Heritage Victoria
  • Historic Houses Trust of NSW
  • Housing NSW
  • Landcom
  • Museum of Victoria
  • NSW Department of Environment and Climate  Change
  • NSW Department of Housing
  • NSW Department of Planning
  • NSW Maritime Authority
  • ACT Territories and Municipal Services
  • ACT Land Development Agency
  • ACT Parks and City Services
  • ACT Chief Ministers and Treasury Directorate
  • Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority
  • Queensland Environmental Protection Agency
  • Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW
  • Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust
  • Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
  • Sydney Opera House Trust
  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
  • Subiaco Redevelopment Authority
  • University of Technology Sydney