Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
Carraighean Clàraichte - Stiùreadh air clàradh charraighean fo Achd Charraighean agus Sgìrean Àirseachail 1979, airson sealbhadairean, luchd-còmhhaidh agus manaidsearan. HES.
As part of our commitment to sustainability and green issues, Castle Campbell is assessed under the Green Tourism Business Scheme, the leading sustainable tourism certification scheme in the UK.
"Code of Good Practice in Research" is a policy document outlining the Code of Good Practice in Research at Historic Environment Scotland. Available for download in PDF format.
This booklet offers guidance for owners of architectural monuments on the principles by which works should be carried out in reference to the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act of 1979.
A summary of the results from the consultation on our interim Asset Transfer Policy and its associated procedure and guidance.
As part of our commitment to sustainability and green issues, Corgarff Castle is assessed under the Green Tourism Business Scheme, the leading sustainable tourism certification scheme in the UK.
Corporate Plan 2016-19 - The first Corporate Plan for Historic Environment Scotland sets out our vision and direction as the lead public body for the historic environment.
"Corporate Plan 2016-19 Consultation: Response Analysis" - This paper analyses the responses to the public consultation of Historic Environment Scotland's 2016-19 Corporate Plan.
26 November 2015
Following the launch of the 12 week consultation on the HES Corporate Plan (“the Plan”) for 2016-19 a consultation event was held on 26 November at the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel.
Corporate Plan 2016-19 Equality Impact Assessment Record is a report considering how our policies may impact people who share protected characteristics as determined by the Equality Act 2010.
"Corporate Plan 2016-19 Equality Impact Assessment Results" outlines the results of an assessment of the impacts of our Corporate Plan on people with protected characteristics.
This BRIA considers whether the Historic Environment Scotland Corporate Plan 2016-19 impacts, either positively or negatively, on businesses in Scotland in different ways.