Historic Environment Scotland

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Work to save Midlothian's 300-year-old country villa Mavisbank House is set to begin thanks to a major grant of £5.3 million from the National Heritage Memorial Fund. Campaigners have laboured for decades to save the architectural gem from collapse following a catastrophic fire 50 years ago. I

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A new five-year plan to help plug gaps in Scotland’s heritage skills has been launched today. The skills strategy is a collaborative framework to create collective solutions that support the future of our historic environment and the communities across Scotland that rely on it.

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A new generation of skilled professionals with expert training in traditional construction crafts are ready to support historic buildings across Fife after successfully completing a range of specialist qualifications. Inverkeithing’s Heritage Regeneration project is still underway, but one par

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A charity has teamed up with John Gilbert Architects to successfully rescue a former church in Kilmarnock and bring it back in to use as a climbing and bouldering centre.

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Demolition work on an art deco former cinema has been halted after Glasgow City Council planning officers issued a last-minute building preservation notice (BPN). Allied Vehicles, which owns the former Mecca/Vogue cinema at 124 Balmore Road in Possilpark, was granted a demolition for the proper

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Views are sought on the Buildings at Risk Register - a tool that seeks to identify and secure a sustainable future for buildings at risk in Scotland. The Buildings at Risk Register (BARR) is maintained by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) and provides information on historic buildings at risk. The

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