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  • Antonine Wall World Heritage Site Management Plan Development Consultation

    We would be delighted if you would share your views on the Antonine Wall- Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site by filling in this consultation questionnaire. Historic Environment Scotland (HES), West Dunbartonshire Council, East Dunbartonshire Council, Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council and Falkirk Council are responsible for the management and conservation of this World Heritage Site. The feedback you send through this consultation will be used to... More
    Closes 6 June 2024
  • Designating St Kane's Hall, New Deer

    We propose to designate St Kane's Hall, Main Street, New Deer, Turriff as a listed building. St Kane’s Hall, built between 1884 and 1885, is a former Free Church (now in use as a school hall/gymnasium) in the village of New Deer. It was designed by the well-known Aberdeen-based architects Ellis & Wilson in the Early Gothic style. St Kane’s Hall has special architectural and historic interest as a good example of a Gothic church in a small rural village, which is little... More
    Closes 12 June 2024
  • Designating the Low Port Centre, Linlithgow

    We are proposing to designate the Low Port Centre, 1 Blackness Road, Linlithgow as a listed building . The Low Port Centre is a former community outdoor and education centre designed by Wheeler & Sproson and built 1986-88. It includes a mural in the entrance foyer by James Cumming RSA RSW (1922-1991) titled ‘The Community: A Festival of Time’. The mural painted in 1988, depicts a theme of timeless community with a scene of 39 figures and... More
    Closes 13 June 2024
  • Inventory of Historic Battlefields - Revisions to Selection Guidance

    Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is seeking views on revisions to Annex 4 of the Designations Policy and Selection Guidance (2019) . This is the guidance we use use to assess battlefields for designation on the inventory of historic battlefields, or to review existing inventory entries. Since the inventory of historic battlefields was established in 2011 it has identified 40 sites where a nationally important battle took place and provided information about them to inform... More
    Closes 2 July 2024
  • Reviewing the Inventory record for the University of Stirling (Airthrey Castle)

    Airthrey Castle is recognised for its national importance on the inventory of gardens and designed landscapes . We propose to amend the text of the inventory record to recognise more clearly the interest of the 20th century campus landscape change the inventory name to University of Stirling (Airthrey Castle) We do not propose any changes to the inventory boundary. View across Airthrey Loch © Historic Environment Scotland The University of... More
    Closes 10 July 2024
  • Your Historic Place lens for the Place Standard Tool - feedback survey

    Your Historic Place lens: Pilot Project We have designed the Your Historic Place lens to be used with the Place Standard Tool. It is intended to spark and support conversations to explore the connections between people, place, and our historic environment. A pilot version of the lens is currently available. We’re inviting those involved in place-making related projects to try it out and tell us what you think. More
    Closes 5 October 2024
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