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Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation Email Archives
The Tax Incentives Program Staff of the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation administers three Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Programs: the Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit, the Louisiana State Commercial Tax Credit, and the Louisiana State Residential Tax Credit.  Our goal is to keep you up to date on all the latest developments on the historic tax incentives front while hopefully teaching you more about the programs.
 
 
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  • Historic Tax Incentives Updates
  • Vol 2, Issue 4
  • This issue offers guidance on photographs for tax credit applications, information on the 2009 Louisiana Preservation Conference, and links to useful resources.

  • Vol 2, Issue 3
  • Check out our first "Green" issue. Learn about incorporating Green design into historic rehabilitation projects, read about tax credit projects that are pursuing LEED certification, and check out our links to useful resources.

  • Vol 2, Issue 2
  • Learn about appropriate changes to Shotgun Interior Plans and view our project spotlight.

  • Vol 2, Issue 1
  • In this issue, discover Recent Past resources, read about our site visit policy, and check out our FAQ's.

  • Vol 1, Issue 4
  • Meet the staff of the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation and read about Interpreting the Standards Bulletins.


  • Vol 1, Issue 3
  • Learn about Cultural Districts, Main to Main, Preservation Tech Notes, and much more.


  • Vol 1, Issue 2
  • Read about the extension of the GOZone tax credit benefits, the new illustrated guides to completing the tax credit applications, Preservation Briefs, and more.


  • Vol 1, Issue 1
  • In this issue, learn about the three tax credit programs, the first annual Tax Credit Seminar, and online tutorials.

  • Workshops/Trainings
  • Tax Credit Seminar
  • On September 16, 2008, we held the first Rehabilitation Tax Credit Seminar at the Old Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge. There were a total of 65 attendees, including architects, homeowners, lawyers, and developers from all over the state. A big thanks to our co-sponsors, The Foundation for Historical Louisiana and the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation, and our speakers for helping make the day such a success.

  • Louisiana Preservation Conference
  • The Thirtieth Annual Louisiana Preservation Conference, hosted by the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation and the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation, held in Alexandria from April 28 through May 1, 2009.


Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation
Tax Incentives Program
1051 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70804
225.342.8160
www.louisianahp.org