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Heritage Impact Assessment - SAHRA

Heritage Impact Assessment - SAHRA

Site significance

Site significance characteristics slide scale (Post-Contact Criteria)Scientific Significance 3Historic Significance 3Public Significance 2Other Significance 2Ethnic Significance 0Economic Significance 1Total Score 11This places this structure within the high significance section of heritage value.Site 4The structure located at this site consists of a multi-room house. The building methods, style andmaterials all suggest that the structure is older than 60 years. Specifically the use of sun dried bricks andchalk plaster is common in the construction techniques from the 1920’s – 1950’s. Photo 12 Building materials and techniquesThe inside of the structure also shows indications of fittings associated with the historic era between 1920and 1950. Some of these are the wooden door frames as well as the wooden floor boards used in thecommon room areas of the house. The house also has a fireplace built in the colonial style with amantelpiece.22Ibamba Private Nature and Hunting Reserve – Eastern Cape

Photo 13 Building fixturesSite significance characteristics slide scale (Post-Contact Criteria)Scientific Significance 2Historic Significance 2Public Significance 1Other Significance 1Ethnic Significance 0Economic Significance 1Total Score 07This allocates the site to the moderate significance section of the heritage value scale. Even though thesite is not unique it is of historic value and deserves preservation or further study before demolishment.Impact Identification and AssessmentSite 1As indicated this site has already undergone significant alterations during the renovation activities. Thereare no indications that this structure is of historic value so no negative impacts were affected.Site 2As indicated this site consists of two components, only one of which has any heritage significance.Impacts on this site will be determined by the recommendations of the proposed management plan (seerecommendations).23Ibamba Private Nature and Hunting Reserve – Eastern Cape

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