These documents can be used as guides in the planning of your home and business projects.>
World Heritage Site Guidelines For Advertising Signs
Advertising signs have been a part of the scene in St. George's for 400 years. Merchants and business people use advertising signs as the key identifiers of their place or business. Operators of local cultural facilities, institution and places of worship use signs in this way.
Listed Buildings and Historic Protection Area Guidance Note
This Guidance Note has been prepared by the Department of Planning, in consultation with the Historic Buildings Advisory Committee and the St George Preservation Authority, to highlight some of the issues that must be considered when planning to repair or replace a window, shutter or door in a Listed Building or a building located within the Historic Protection Area and World Heritage Site.
Guidelines for Windows, Shutters and Doors. Please visit the Corporation of St George Offices to collect a copy.
Listed Building And Historic Protection Area Guidance Note
Booklet produced by the Department of Planning, in consultation with the Historic Buildings Advisory Committee and the St George's Preservation Authority.
Bermuda Signage Laws - St George
This document will provide you with guidance on fabricating and erecting signage inside the UNESCO World Heritage site of St George Bermuda
For specific details, please collect a guidance booklet from the Corporation of St George offices.The Signage Act
Bermuda laws for advertising in Bermuda that includes the Town of St George.