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  • Visitor Feedback Survey 2023-2024

    We hope you enjoyed your recent visit to one of our attractions. We would love to hear your feedback about your visitor experience. Results from this survey will be used to produce reports that will help us to understand the extent to which we are 'getting it right' for our wide range of visitors. If you would like to leave any comments, please do so in the boxes provided throughout the form. As this survey is anonymous we do not have any way to respond directly to individuals, so... More
    Closes 30 April 2024
  • Designating part of the buildings at Glassford Waterworks, Strathaven

    We are proposing to designate part of the buildings of the Glassford Waterworks as a listed building . Glassford Waterworks, constructed in 1895, is a notable example of buildings associated with the provision of clean water in the late 19th century. The buildings survive largely in their original form and retain many of the features associated with their function as a water works. The wider setting has been partially altered but a number of ancillary features are retained,... More
    Closes 1 May 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 8 May 2024
  • Designating the former Mecca Cinema at 124 Balmore Road, Glasgow

    We are proposing to designate the former Mecca Cinema at 124 Balmore Road, Glasgow as a listed building . The Mecca Cinema, opened in 1933, is a rare survival of a 1930s cinema which retains its architecturally distinctive character to the main elevation. It is a notable example of the work of architect James McKissack, a foremost Scottish cinema designer of the earlier 20th century. The cinema is an architectural landmark in the streetscape and its wider setting... More
    Closes 15 May 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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