1 Overview

Many of our consultations are advertised on the Tell Me Scotland website.

Tell Me Scotland provides a free public information notice service for Scotland. You can visit the website to find public notices from all of Scotland’s local authorities and many of its public bodies.

Can’t find the consultation you’re looking for? View our closed consultation reports.

2 Managing Change in the Historic Environment: Windows

Historic Environment Scotland are updating our series of non-statutory guidance notes on best practices in Managing Change in the Historic Environment. These documents provide guidance on making changes to the historic environment and are in line with Scottish Planning Policy and Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.
 
We are now seeking comments on our revised guidance on windows and would greatly appreciate your views on this draft to help us finalise the text.

We are particularly keen to hear from those who have experience in applying for permission to replace windows (whether as an applicant or agent) in listed buildings or within conservation areas and those in local authorities involved in determining applications.

The consultation document is text only at this stage, and will be fully illustrated and edited before publication.

Download Managing Change In The Historic Environment: Windows - Draft [PDF, 165 KB]

Your feedback

The survey asks 7 questions and should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Submit your comments online.

Unless you give us your permission to publicly share your responses and attribute them to you, any views expressed will be anonymised and non-attributable to individuals and organisations.

For a paper version of the questionnaire or for more information, please contact hmstakeholderengagement@hes.scot or 0131 668 8716.

This consultation will close on Friday 28 April 2017.

3 New guidance on research excavations

Historic Environment Scotland are updating our series of non-statutory guidance notes on best practices in Managing Change in the Historic Environment. These documents provide guidance on making changes to the historic environment and are in line with Scottish Planning Policy and Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.
 
We are now seeking comments on a new guidance note on research excavations and would greatly appreciate your views on this draft to help us finalise the text.

We are particularly keen to hear from those who have experience in applying for scheduled monument consent (SMC) to undertake research excavations.

The consultation document contains both text and images. The final document will be fully edited and use our new design for the managing change series.

Download Managing Change In The Historic Environment: Research Excavations - Draft [PDF, 1.08 MB]

Your feedback

The survey asks 6 questions and should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Submit your comments online.

Unless you give us your permission to publicly share your responses and attribute them to you, any views expressed will be anonymised and non-attributable to individuals and organisations.

For a paper version of the questionnaire or for more information, please contact hmstakeholderengagement@hes.scot or 0131 668 8716.

This consultation will close on Friday 5 May 2017.

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