Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
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Gray House, Errol: Repairing A Mudwall Home
This Refurbishment Case Study describes the works done to repair a mudwall domestic building.
A series of case studies that demonstrate how our historic environment can make a vital contribution to Scotland’s green recovery from the pandemic and its transition to net zero and a climate resilient society.
"Development of Sash and Case Windows" is a detailed account of the historical evolution of the sash and case window, detailing the gradual technical and aesthetic refinements.
Historic Environment Scotland Refurbishment Case Studies: Review of Energy Efficiency Projects
This Technical Paper is a review of Historic Environment Scotland’s Refurbishment Case Studies.
Case Study 2
A case study on the repair and conservation of the Doulton Fountain in Glasgow Green.
A study commissioned by Historic Scotland, the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Architecural Heritage fund to review the Building Preservation Trusts in Scotland.
"Conservation of Timber Sash and Case Windows" provides advice on inspecting windows to assess repair requirements accurately and describes appropriate repair techniques.
A short guide for homeowners
Information regarding the maintenance and repair of sash and case windows.
This INFORM guide provides a basic introduction to the maintenance and repair of traditional sash and case windows.
The Case of Hilton of Cadboll
A research report designed to gain an understanding of meaning and values surrounding early medieval sculpture.
Indoor Environmental Quality in Refurbishment
An overview of health issues related to building refurbishment.
A case study of the blackhouse at 42 Arnol, Lewis.