Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
This note provides guidance for anyone considering undertaking archaeological excavation on a scheduled monument when the primary reason is for research purposes.
Case Study 2
A case study on the repair and conservation of the Doulton Fountain in Glasgow Green.
Guide for Practitioners 1
Building advice and information to support repairs and sensitive conversions of rural buildings in the Lothians.
A consideration of current provision, challenges and opportunities
Our report into Scotland's traditional building materials details the status of commonly used traditional building materials in Scotland.
This preliminary report from Historic Environment Scotland summarises the data on listed and unlisted drill hall structures in Scotland.
This preliminary report from Historic Environment Scotland and the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service summarises the data on listed and unlisted court buildings in Scotland.
Short Guide 13
Discover how a broad range of data capture techniques can be applied to the recording, analysis, conservation and visualisation of the historic environment.
Short Guide 11
The key aspects of the exterior of a traditional building and considers how these can be improved or adapted to increase a building’s resilience to extreme weather events caused by climate change.
Part of an international series of publications, this volume describes stone resources in different parts of the world.
A publication (in Gaelic) telling the story of the stunning Victorian and Edwardian ironwork of Stornoway.
A guide to Scottish geology and stone working methods.
A guide to applying archaeological techniques to thatch and thatching in Scotland.