Historic Environment Scotland
High-rise blocks in Aberdeen could be made listed buildings under new plans revealed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Published 13 September 2019
Plans have been submitted to Scottish Borders Council for the former Kelso high school, to be converted into homes for the elderly and affordable housing.
Published 3 September 2019
Linthouse Housing Association has received the green light to build 49 homes on the site of a former primary school in Govan.
Published 9 August 2019
Councillors have approved plans to convert a historic hotel in Peebles into flats.
Published 3 April 2019
A new chapter has started for Coatbridge’s historic Carnegie Library after a £2.5 million transformation into 12 social housing flats.
Published 7 March 2019
North Ayrshire Council has announced changes to a building repairs grant scheme which will make conservation repairs to historic Millport properties more affordable.
Published 9 January 2019
Glasgow City Council has outlined the ongoing success of the regeneration of Central Govan, with investment of around £90 million since 2006, and plans for the area's future.
Published 4 October 2018
Langstane Housing Association has made an addition to its affordable housing provision with the delivery of 15 new-build homes at Harbour Street in Peterhead.
Published 18 July 2018
A new group formed in the wake of a Parliamentary debate on tenement maintenance has called for action to ensure the protection of Scotland’s historic and most common type of residence.
Published 23 March 2018
Plans for a £100 million redevelopment of a former hospital site near Montrose have hit a potential stumbling block after concerns were revealed by Historic Environment Scotland.
Published 17 July 2017
The restoration of a former school building to be used by Parkhead Housing Association can now be completed after Glasgow City Council approved over £567,000 of new funding.
Published 20 June 2017
Developers have submitted plans for up to 250 homes on greenbelt land considered to have been part of the site where the Battle of Bannockburn was fought.
Published 12 June 2017
A block of flats in Edinburgh made famous by the novel Trainspotting have been awarded Category A listed status meaning they are of “national or international” importance.
Published 2 February 2017
Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) has received planning permission to convert the former Carnegie Library in Coatbridge into residential flats.
Published 2 June 2016
A major restoration project led by Southside Housing Association has been awarded funding from newly formed lead public body for heritage Historic Environment Scotland.
Published 19 October 2015