|Title||Information in support of inscription of a property|
|Description||Information in support of inscription of a property|
|Legislative instrument title||World Heritage Convention / WHC|
|Reporting dates and guidelines|
|National reporting coordinators|
|National reporting contacts|
|Next report due||As required|
|Date comments||As required. Parties can choose to nominate a site and submit a nomination for inscription at any time, but only nominations received before 1 July each year will be considered by the World Heritage Committee during the following year.|
|Report to||World Heritage Committee, UNESCO World Heritage Centre|
|Other clients using this reporting|
|Reporting guidelines||Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention [Valid since 02/02/2005]|
At its twentieth session in 1996, the World Heritage Committee adopted a format and explanatory notes for the nomination of cultural and natural properties for inscription on the World Heritage List.
State Parties are encouraged to provide information and documentation on all items listed in the format, including maps and/or plans showing boundary of area proposed for inscription and any buffer zone, copies of property management plans and extracts of other plans relevant to the property, and photographs, slides and, where available, film/video. (The World Heritage Committee will retain all supporting documentation submitted with the nomination.)
Nominations should be completed on A4 paper (210mm x 297mm) with maps and plans a maximum of A3 (297mm x 420 mm). They should be submitted in English or French and three copies should be sent, signed by the UNESCO National Commission and/or Permanent Delegation of the State Party to UNESCO. Parties are also encouraged to submit the full text of the nomination on diskette.
The World Heritage Committee has decided not to consider cultural properties which are no included in the tentative list of cultural properties.
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|Type of information reported||Data, Compliance, State of the environment|