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What does it mean if my property is included on the Town’s heritage inventory?
The Town of Banff’s heritage inventory is intended to keep a record of all properties recognized for their historic value. A property can be valuable due to architectural significance, its association with an important person, event or theme in the town’s history, or because it’s a landmark.

The Town of Banff maintains the inventory to keep track of properties eligible for further recognition, through heritage plaques or designations, and to make sure that nearby renovations don’t diminish their heritage value. However, inclusion on the inventory has no legal implication for property owners, and they may still use and alter their properties as they see fit.Registry of Recognized Heritage Resources

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1. Does a blue heritage plaque on a property mean that it’s legally protected?
2. How can I apply for a blue plaque for my property?
3. What does it mean if my property is included on the Town’s heritage inventory?
4. How can I find out if a property has heritage status?
5. Can I redevelop my designated heritage property?