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  • The Production, Analysis and Standardisation of Romano-British Coin Reports

    Report on the Production, Analysis and Standardisation of Romano-British Coins

    Series: Guidance

  • Mineral Extraction and the Historic Environment

    This document sets out the Historic England position on mineral extraction and the high-level policies that will form the basis for responses and views put forward by Historic England on any matter relating to the winning, working and safeguarding of minerals.

    Series: Guidance

  • Treatment of Disused Lead Mine Shafts: A Guide to Good Practice

    The lead mining remains of Derbyshire and the Peak District are of national importance for their ecological, archaeological, historical, geological and landscape value, as well as providing opportunities for recreation and enjoyment which are valued by many people. Many of the surface remains have been lost over time and important surviving remains need to be safeguarded for the future.

    Series: Guidance

  • Institutional Landscapes

    This guide sets out the selection criteria for the inclusion of institutional landscapes on the Register of Parks and Gardens.

    Series: Guidance

  • Rural Landscapes

    This guide sets out the selection criteria for the inclusion of rural landscapes to the Register of Parks and Gardens.

    Series: Guidance

  • Urban Landscapes

    This guide sets out the selection criteria for the inclusion of urban landscapes on the Register of Parks and Gardens.

    Series: Guidance

  • Building in Context

    This publication has been commissioned by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) and English Heritage. Its purpose is to stimulate a high standard of design when development takes place in historically sensitive contexts.

    Series: Guidance

  • Setting up a Listed Building Heritage Partnership Agreement

    Historic England Advice Note 5 on drawing up a Listed Building Heritage Partnership Agreement.

    Series: Guidance

  • Drawing up a Local Listed Building Consent Order

    Historic England Advice Note 6 sets out good practice in writing and setting up a Local Listed Building Consent Order.

    Series: Guidance

  • Understanding Place: Character and context in local planning

    This document offers ideas for local authorities, councils and communities on the practical uses of historic characterisation within local and neighbourhood planning.

    Series: Guidance

  • Delivering Public Engagement, Skills and Training

    This case study illustrates how to deliver public engagement, skills and training activities in conservation works in progress.

    Series: Guidance

  • Heritage Works

    'Heritage Works' combines the expertise of the property and conservation sectors and is a practical step-by-step guide for developers, owners, practitioners or community groups for creating successful heritage-led regeneration projects.

    Series: Guidance

  • External Lighting for Historic Buildings

    Our historic buildings and monuments are often amazing feats of architecture and engineering. Many have been enhanced and brought to life at night-time with striking and subtle external lighting schemes. Some, however, have produced far more negative results by highlighting flaws and views of the structure never meant to be seen.

    Series: Guidance

  • Lead roofs on historic buildings

    An advisory note on underside lead corrosion.

    Series: Guidance

  • The Light Fantastic

    Using Lidar to Survey Archaeological sites

    Series: Guidance

  • Luminescence Dating

    Guidelines in the use of luminescence dating for providing chronological frameworks. They provide practical advice on using luminescence dating methods in archaeology.

    Series: Guidance

  • Measured and Drawn: Techniques and practice for the metric survey of historic buildings

    2nd Edition. An introduction to the techniques used for recording historic places. Based on the experiences of practitioners working for English Heritage, it has been prepared as a guide to the widening variety of methods available in the production of documentation for conservation.

    Series: Guidance

  • Military Wall Art

    Guidelines on its significance, conservation and management

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - Understanding Historic Park Designs

    Understanding the historical development of a site, its features and characteristics, will help shape golf course designs or modification of existing courses.

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes

    Position statement on golf in historic parks and landscapes includes criteria for assessment of proposals, design and management principles, guidelines for design and management, and advice on full planning applications.

    Series: Guidance

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