A Conservation Management Plan (CMP) is the principal guiding document for the conservation and management of a heritage place. The main objective of the CMP is to ensure that decisions are made with regard to the cultural heritage significance of a heritage place. To that end, a CMP identifies the heritage significance of the place and provides clear policies for the sustainable future of the place. (ref Heritage Council)
The Ludlow Forestry Mill and Settlement has State Registration by the Heritage Council, Place number 15834.