The Stonemasonry Sector in Scotland 2022

Closes 28 Feb 2023

Your data

This survey has 4 sections and 12 questions. Most of these questions are not mandatory, but we would appreciate it if you complete the survey as fully as possible.

1. Do you consent to to our Data Protection statement? Please note the section that explains how we will be storing some of this data in a Scottish stonemasonry database.

Your data

Thank you for taking this survey. We will be collecting data on the stonemasonry business or organisation that you work for in order to create a secure Scottish stonemasonry database. This will help us to understand how well the sector is positioned to meet the challenges of the future. Historic Environment Scotland will use this data to provide analysis on the size and makeup of the sector and to guide decision making.

If you change your mind, you can opt out of this database at any time by contacting We will regularly review membership of this database. We will not use your data for purposes other than the ones described.

If you consent to our Data Protection statement, this will be taken as a legal basis to store details about your business to assess, monitor and support the stonemasonry sector in Scotland. 

What will we do with your data?

Our privacy notice hosted on our website explains your rights and our role in protecting the information that you share with us. You can view this information at this link (link will open in a new window):

We will process your Personal Data in strict accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018.

2. I consent to Historic Environment Scotland sharing selected data (non-personal data) I provide in this survey with relevant industry and government partners.

We will share selected data to inform partners about how many stonemasons there are in Scotland, which local authorities they are based in and what the skill levels are. It will be used to guide future planning and funding decisions around training provision. We will not share your personal data.