THE heritage value of a 90 year-old corrugated iron shack has hit the spotlight ahead of the September 8 local elections.
The controversy over what caused the damage to the dilapidated shed on the Chinese market gardens site has prompted an inspection from Randwick council, Crown lands and the NSW Heritage office.
The Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park was given permission by the Crowns land to clean up the neighbouring unoccupied site when the damage occurred.
A Crown lands spokesman said a small lean-too attached to one of sheds fell down as hazardous material was being removed.
Crown Lands is meeting with the NSW Heritage Office to discuss the works this week.
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