A Listed Property is a nationally important property of interest which is protected under the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago Act 1991. These properties of interest are important physical reminders of our nation’s past, and what we hope to pass on to our future generations. ‘Property of interest’ includes any monument and any fossil, place or site of natural beauty or national, historic, scientific or archaeological interest; whereby ‘monument’ means any building, structure or other work of man or nature, whether above or below the surface of the land or the floor of the sea, of national architectural, aesthetic or historic interest. All Listed Sites are given protection under the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago Act 1991 against unauthorised change, alterations, or against any person who damages, injures or defaces any listed property. For more information on the protection of sites see the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago Act 1991. For more information on the results, rules and restrictions on listed sites see our Frequently Asked Questions.
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