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Climate Risk Assessment for the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site
An application of the Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI)
Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI) Assessment for the Antonine Wall
This report describes outcomes from an online workshop (February 2022) to apply the Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI).
Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI) Assessment for the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh
This report describes outcomes from an online workshop (May-June 2021) to apply the Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI).
Clothing for the Soul Divine
Burials at the Tomb of St Ninian
Whithorn, known as Scotland’s Cradle of Christianity, is unique in its long history as an important centre of worship, administration, and ultimately pilgrimage, dating back to the 5th century.
Cnoc Freiceadain Statement of Significance
HES Statements of Significance outline the history and development of Scotland's Properties in Care. This document highlights the key features that makes Cnoc Freiceadain special.
Coastal Archaeology and Erosion in Scotland
Results of a conference held to address the effects of coastal erosion on sites and monuments in Scotland and the best ways of mitigating this recently-recognised threat.
Code of Good Practice in Research
"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.
Colleague Engagement Survey 2022
The results of our Colleague Engagement Survey which we ran in September 2022
Communities and Funding: Additional Information
Useful links to information on accessing funds for community-led projects.
Communities and Planning: Additional Information
Useful links to information on getting your voice heard in both the community and spatial planning systems.
Community Groups: Additional Information
Further information on setting up and running a community body or organisation.
Compliance and Enforcement at Scheduled Monuments
HES is responsible for the protections in the 1979 Act of Parliament. We give permission for works at scheduled monuments through a process called scheduled monument consent.