Historic Environment Scotland

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A new pedestrian bridge, built to link Doune’s heritage assets with its natural environment and improve links with the local village, was officially unveiled on Friday by heritage and tourism chiefs, accompanied by local community groups. The £286,000 new bridge is a collaborative partne

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A rare and exceptional example of post-war theatre design in Scotland has been recognised after Historic Environment Scotland (HES) today granted Dundee Repertory Theatre with A-listed status for its special architectural significance. Built in 1982 and designed by local practice Nicoll Russell

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Creating a vibrant community and repairing historic buildings in and around Helensburgh’s Waterfront and attracting further investment to the town are all part of a new £2 million heritage-led grant scheme. Abbey Redding from Lomond School (far right) with her winning design, alongside r

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The Inverkeithing Heritage Regeneration Project has appointed two new mentors to work on a one-to-one basis with individuals, small or medium-sized enterprises, working in Fife, wishing to develop traditional skills in their workforce. Mentoring costs will be met by the project, in the interests of

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Five 1960s high rises in Aberdeen have had their A-list rating confirmed after the Scottish Government rejected appeals from the local authority. In January 2021, Historic Environment Scotland (HES) listed Gilcomstoun Land, Seamount Court, Porthill Court, Marischal Court, Virginia Court, Thistle Cou

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A bid has been lodged to secure historic status for Livingston Skatepark.

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Aberdeen City Council’s appeal against a decision to award protected status to eight blocks of 1960s high-rise flats could be resolved within weeks. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) granted A-listed status back in January to Gilcomstoun Land, Porthill Court, Seamount Court, Virginia Co

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The ruins of Rosslyn Castle in Midlothian are set to undergo a major programme or repair and renovation. Built by the St Clair family, the oldest parts of Rosslyn Castle date back to the early 14th century, with the fortress bearing witness to several turbulent periods in Scottish history.

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A B-listed townhouse property in Edinburgh’s New Town is to be transformed into a 67-bed hotel. The City of Edinburgh Council has given the nod to plans lodged by Morgan McDonnell Architecture, on behalf of Silvermills Estates and Land Limited, which will see elements of the Georgian era

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