Climate Ready HES
Our organisations first climate change adaptation plan, setting out how we will prepare for the risk and impacts associated with climate change
Conserving the Underwater Heritage
This guide details Historic Scotland's policy in regard to conserving the underwater heritage. The underwater heritage subsumes the physical evidence for the human past which survives underwater.
This is a policy document detailing rules and where dogs are permitted at our places to visit.
Frontiers of the Roman Empire
A booklet setting out the Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site.
Historic Environment Scotland Green Tourism visitor charter
Sustainability is at the heart of all that Historic Scotland does. Within Properties in Care we conserve and maintain monuments across Scotland to ensure they will be enjoyed by future generations.
Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site Leaflet
Available in English, French, Gaelic, German, Italian and Spanish
Information on the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site, comprising one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world.
Resumption Operating Standards
Our Resumption Operating Standards (which replaces the former Minimum Operating Standards) provides the latest information on HES’s corporate policies and management of properties, as we transition through the next phase of the resumption process.
The Heart of Neolithic Orkney in its Contemporary Contexts
A case study in heritage management and community values.
Unacceptable Actions Policy
We believe that everyone has a right to be heard, understood and treated with respect. We also believe that our staff have the same rights.
Waste and Resources Plan
Towards a circular economy (2022-2025)
Our vision for managing waste and resources and the actions we will take to meet our waste and climate targets.