The bodies of Historic Scotland and the Royal Commission on Historic Monuments Scotland are to merge. The new Strategy details how our historic environment will be carefully managed to deliver real and increasing benefits to Scotland's people. It will also support all parts of the historic environment sector to work collectively to enable the sector to reach its full potential. The Strategy can be found by clicking the following link: click here
How to find out more
To keep up to date on the Strategy delivery and the Bill process you can access up to date information from the Historic Environment policy unit website via the following link: click here
You can request a hard copy of Our Place in Time - The Historic Environment Strategy for Scotland by contacting us by emailing HE_policy@scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Date posted: 12 Mar 2014Last updated: 08 Dec 2014
See also: Historic Environment Scotland Bill
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