Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
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"EFFESUS Partner Historic Scotland - General Information" is a document detailing our involvement in EFFESUS, a European research project on energy efficiency in historic districts.
A technical paper commissioned in collaboration with AOC Archaeology providing information on a collection of painted ceilings from 16th and 17th century properties.
Our Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) handbook offers practical guidance and information to those involved in the process.
A stimulating and informative publication, celebrating Glasgow’s post-Second World War built heritage.
A Landscape Conservation Management Plan prepared for Melrose Abbey
A Landscape Conservation Management Plan prepared for Blackness Castle
Research and Analysis undertaken by Lichfields UK
Report prepared on behalf of Historic Environment Scotland in relation to the Inventory of Historic Battlefields.
The aim of the Landscape Conservation Management Plan to help with our understanding of the landscape and woodlands associated with Doune Castle (cultural, historic and natural) and provide guidance on how we manage these assets.
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.
Overview of the discovery, recording and authentication of prehistoric animal carvings at Dunchraigaig Cairn.
Scotland's Theatre Architecture
A thematic study of Scotland’s historic theatre buildings. In 2008-09, Historic Environment Scotland worked with The Theatres Trust to review the historical significance Scotland’s theatres.