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Heritage Properties


Brockton is home to many heritage properties. The list below highlights both designated heritage properties, and listed heritage properties.

Designated Properties

Designated heritage properties are protected under provincial law, and must follow strict guidelines if they are modified in any way. These properties are selected by the Brockton Heritage Committee. Council must then pass a by-law which designates the property. By designating specific properties, Brockton is able to note and maintain the unique history of this area.

You can find out more about the designation of heritage properties. For official documents, visit the Ontario Designating Heritage Properties page where you can read about the responsibilities of owning one of these sites. The Ontario Heritage Act also outlines the protection given to heritage properties.

Click on the links below to learn more about Brockton’s designated heritage properties:

Listed Properties

Unlike designated heritage properties, listed heritage properties are not protected by the province. Despite this, the properties listed below remain significant in Brockton’s history. Each site has a plaque attached noting the significance of each property.

Click on the links below to learn more about Brockton’s listed heritage properties: