In November, Historic Environment Scotland asked the public What’s Your Heritage? 2,000 people across Scotland responded to our question.
The feedback gathered during the survey will guide the review of our Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement which sets out how we manage change to Scotland’s historic environment and how we can explore new ways to deliver Our Place in Time, Scotland’s strategy for the historic environment.
We invite you to take part in the discussion and help shape our future policies and practice. The feedback from What’s Your Heritage? may change the way that we work as a national body, the way that we work with our local authority delivery partners, research and sector partners, and the way that we manage Scotland's heritage.

 

Consultation event: Local authorities
Date: Tuesday 7 November 2017
Time: 10.00 - 16.30
Location: The Engine Shed, Stirling
Cost: Free to attend
If you are a local authority official with a role in spatial and community planning, someone managing the historic environment or within education, arts or museums and galleries services, we would welcome you to attend this workshop.
The aims of the day will be to:
  • shape our future policies and practice
  • review the way that we work as a national body
  • review the way that we work with you as our local authority delivery partners
  • discuss how best to manage Scotland’s heritage
Registration and coffee from 9.30.
To book, email hazel.johnson@hes.scot. Please book by Wednesday 1 November 2017.

 

Consultation event: Academics and researchers
Date: Friday 10 November 2017
Time: 10.00 - 15.00
Location: The Engine Shed, Stirling
Cost: Free to attend
If you are an academic or researcher (predominantly based in Scotland) with in interest in history, heritage, culture, the arts, the built environment, the historic environment and all other relevant disciplines, we would welcome you to attend this workshop.
The aims of the day will be to:
  • introduce the findings of the What's Your Heritage? analysis, identify the gaps and opportunities and what they mean for HES
  • discuss current research and share ideas
  • build research and partnership opportunities
Registration and coffee from 9.30.
To book, email hazel.johnson@hes.scot. Please book by Friday 3 November 2017.


Consultation event: Heritage sector and development industries
Date: Wednesday 15 November 2017
Time: 10.00 - 16.30
Location: The Engine Shed, Stirling
Cost: Free to attend
All sector stakeholders and colleagues with a role in spatial and community planning, those managing the historic environment and within heritage, arts and culture are welcome to attend this event.
The aims of the day will be to:
  • introduce the findings of the What's Your Heritage? analysis, identify the gaps and opportunities and what they mean for Historic Environment Scotland
  • discuss current policy and share ideas
  • build partnership opportunities
Registration and coffee from 9.30.
To book, email hazel.johnson@hes.scot. Please book by Monday 6 November 2017.

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