Historic Environment Scotland

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Plans to transform Edinburgh’s former Royal High School into a new music school and concert venue have been endorsed by Historic Environment Scotland. Experts at the national heritage agency said the proposals, which were formally submitted by the Royal High School Preservation Trust in December,

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Architect Chris Bowes (centre, dark jacket) and Kirkmichael Trust members (from left) George Mackay, Helma Reynolds, Jim Mackay, Verity Walker (behind) and Lilah Dowsett inspecting plans outside Kirkmichael Church. Photograph by Andrew Dowsett. The Kirkmichael Trust is inviting tenders from contract

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Councillors have approved the introduction of a new conservation area to protect the historic site of the battle of Culloden. The new designation for Culloden Muir near Inverness now means that within the conservation area, planning permission will be required for a range of developments that would

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Plans for the new West Dunbartonshire Council offices in Dumbarton took another step forward yesterday after planning permission for the project was granted by councillors. Work to transform the A-listed former Academy Building into modern, fit-for-purpose office space is now expected to start early

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The former Dumbarton Academy restoration is among the Grant Scheme recipients Five projects to restore and reuse historic buildings across Scotland for community facilities have been awarded £1.7 million in funding.

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