Survey on Registered Heritage Structure Easements
Heritage NL (formerly Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland & Labrador) is seeking input from the owners of Registered Heritage Structures (RHSs) on our current easement agreement. An Easement is placed on a property once it has received grant funding from Heritage NL. In the instances of a few churches, contracts are in place in lieu of easements.

Please complete this survey by June 30, 2018. If you have any additional thoughts on easements or would like to discuss the issue please contact Jerry Dick, Executive Director at jerry@heritagenl.ca or 709-746-1892, ext. 1.

The identity of respondents will remain confidential.

1. How long has your building been a Registered Heritage Structure?
2. Do you currently have an Easement registered on your property?
3. How important do you think easements are to protect the heritage values of your property?
4. Please list any particular issues with the current easement agreement that may create issues in managing your Registered Heritage Structure.
Your answer
5. Do you find any conditions in the easement too restrictive and if so, why?
Your answer
6. What type of arrangement between Heritage NL and owners of RHSs would you most like to see that protects the heritage values of designated heritage properties?
7. Please explain your response to question #6. If you answered "other" please provide a description of what other arrangements you might like to see.
Your answer
8. How important do you think wooden doors and windows are to maintaining the heritage character of a RHS?
9. What do you think are appropriate actions that Heritage NL should take when properties are in violation of their easement (for example changes to a building have been undertaken that are inconsistent with its defined heritage values such as the installation of vinyl windows and steel doors)?
10. If you answered "other" to number 8, please specify other options
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11. Do you think that easements should be renewable for a RHS once every 20 -25 years or when a new owner purchases the property?
12. Please raise any additional issues or questions about RHS designation, granting or agreements to protect heritage values.
Your answer
13. Please indicate the current use of your RHS:
14. Region of the Province in which your RHS is located
15. Name and email of Respondent (Optional)
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