The final Report of the Hobart Supreme Court Conservation Management Plan, prepared by Peter Freeman Conservation Architects + Planners, was released in May 2012. Volume 1 The Plan includes:
Volume 2 Appendices consists of:
The Australian Institute of Architecture's 2010 National Architecture Awards jury citation for the Supreme Court complex in Hobart:
An exemplary, enduring piece of public architecture that makes a poised contribution to the city of Hobart. The plaza between the two court buildings opens up a diagonal landscape link between St David's Park and the adjacent Parliament Square and the Sullivans Cove waterfront. From Salamance Place a slate base folds up like a piece of carved landscape and supports two sandstone-clad pavillions. This is a building that is indebted to classicism but carries the burden of a period of architecture much maligned for its material brutality. The use of materials here is super-direct and the detailing is studious.