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  • BIM for Heritage

    This publication raises awareness of the potential advantages of a BIM approach to help users successfully implement BIM in heritage projects.

    Series: Guidance

  • With Alidade and Tape

    This paper is designed to assist anyone who wishes to undertake a large-scale (1:1000 or 1:500), detailed survey of an archaeological earthwork site.

    Series: Guidance

  • 3D Laser Scanning for Heritage

    2nd Edition. Advice and guidance to users on laser scanning in archaeology and architecture

    Series: Guidance

  • The Presentation of Historic Building Survey in CAD

    This document demonstrates that it is possible to produce survey drawings in CAD of a quality equivalent to that achieved by traditional draughting.

    Series: Guidance

  • Conversion of Traditional Farm Buildings

    The purpose of this guidance is to act as an aid to understanding traditional farm buildings to help inform change, as well as to provide practical technical and design advice so that farm buildings capable of conversion can be repaired and adapted for new uses in a sensitive way, while preserving their character, significance and landscape setting.

    Series: Guidance

  • Living buildings in a living landscape

    This statement by English Heritage and the Countryside Agency provides advice to those involved in planning, grant-aid, management or policy decisions affecting the traditional farm building stock or individual farm buildings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Culture, Entertainment and Sport

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when scheduling archaeological sites associated with culture, entertainment and sport.

    Series: Guidance

  • Affordable Rural Housing & the Historic Environment

    This statement gives guidance on delivering successful affordable rural housing projects in historic hamlets, villages and market towns. It is aimed at those involved in enabling or providing affordable housing and at local authority planning and specialist historic environment staff.

    Series: Guidance

  • Water Meadows

    This short guide provides an introduction to the history and typology of water meadows. It is intended to support the scheduling selection guide on Agriculture.

    Series: Guidance

  • Agriculture

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when scheduling archaeological sites associated with agriculture.

    Series: Guidance

  • Farming the Historic Landscape. Caring for Archaeological Sites on Arable Land

    This leaflet has been designed to help farmers, land managers and farm advisers identify archaeological sites that are on arable land and achieve best practice in their management.

    Series: Guidance

  • Farming the Historic Landscape. Caring for Archaeological Sites in Grassland

    This leaflet has been designed to help farmers, land managers and farm advisers identify archaeological sites that are under grassland and achieve best practice in their management.

    Series: Guidance

  • Our Portable Past

    Amended edition of statement of good practice for portable antiquities / surface collected material in the context of field archaeology and survey programmes (including the use of metal detectors).

    Series: Guidance

  • Thatch and Thatching: a guidance note

    Thatch is a characteristic vernacular material in many parts of England. Roofs of considerable antiquity may survive. Difficulties of supply and application have beset it for decades. This publication presents guidance on its repair and maintenance.

    Series: Guidance

  • Arson Risk Reduction

    This guide is designed to help identify threats and take steps to make properties less of a target for arson.

    Series: Guidance

  • Street Clutter Audit

    Save Our Streets Campaign - Street Clutter Audit. Carry out an audit on a street near you and send it to your local council.

    Series: Guidance

  • Heritage Dividend Methodology: Measuring the Impact of Heritage Projects

    This report is based on research carried out by Urban Practitioners for English Heritage. A report prepared by Urban Practitioners was made available at the Urban Summit in January 2005, and was circulated to interested parties thereafter. This revised report takes account of comments received in the period since January 2005. We would like to thank both those who took part in a workshop in October 2004 and those who commented on the earlier version of the report. Given the development of the report it is not the responsibility of any one person or organisation, but English Heritage supports its recommendations.

    Series: Guidance

  • Bats in Churches

    A management guide to help those who look after church buildings that are used by bats to understand their legal obligations.

    Series: Guidance

  • Bats in Traditional Buildings

    Bats are often found in traditional buildings because they provide a large number of potential roosting places, and their design offers many entry points.

    Series: Guidance

  • Graffiti on historic buildings and monuments - Methods of removal and prevention

    This advice note provides guidance for the removal of graffiti from historic buildings and monuments. It includes information on the identification of graffiti media, describes appropriate removal techniques and discusses strategies for prevention.

    Series: Guidance

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