Antiquarian books on a shelf in our reference library in Swindon.
Antiquarian books on a shelf in our reference library in Swindon. Cropped image. © Historic England DP058070
Antiquarian books on a shelf in our reference library in Swindon. Cropped image. © Historic England DP058070

Archived Advice

We regularly review our advice and guidance documents to make sure they remain relevant and up-to-date and as a result we have decided to archive the following documents. This is a list of all the advice and guidance documents we have archived or withdrawn from our website since January 2017.

We link through to a webpage or other sources of information wherever we can when a document has been archived.

If you would like to get a digital copy of an archived document, for your information only, please email [email protected] supplying the title, author, and publication date. We aim to respond to requests for archived copies within five working days.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | K | L | M | N | O | P | S | T | U | W

A

  • A Landscape Legacy: National Parks and the Historic Environment
  • Anthrax and Historic Plaster. Managing Minor Risks in Historic Building Refurbishment
  • Archaeological Excavation Project Planning Note (MoRPHE PPN3), see our advice on project management for more information.
  • Archaeomagnetic Dating - Guidelines, see our geophysical survey advice page for more information.

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B

  • Biomass Energy and the Historic Environment, see our webpages on renewable energy for more information.
  • BsEST Practice 1- Principles of Conservation Practice: Engineering the past to meet the needs of the future
  • BsEST Practice 5 - Principles of Conservation Practice: Engineering the past to meet the needs of the future

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F

  • Farming the Historic Landscape - Caring for Archaeological Sites in Grassland
  • Farming the Historic Landscape - Caring for Archaeological Sites on Arable Land
  • Farming the Historic Landscape - Caring for Historic Parkland

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G

  • Geophysical Survey in Archaeological Field Evaluation, see our geophysical survey advice page for more information.
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 1: Course Layout and Density
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 2: Landform
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 3: Buildings, Car Parks and Circulation
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 4: Trees and New Planting
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 5: Furniture, Paths and Lighting
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 6: Bunkers
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 7: Grassland Management
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 8: Water Bodies and Irrigation
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 9: Landscape Management
  • Golf Detailed Guideline 10: The Wider Historic Landscape Character
  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes
  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - the Planning System and Related Guidance
  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - Trends and Impacts
  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - Understanding Historic Park Designs
  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Reference and Contacts
  • Guidelines for the Curation of Waterlogged Macroscopic Plant and Invertebrate Remains, see our environmental archaeology webpage for more information.

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H

  • Horsham Stone Roofs, see this page for more information.

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I

  • Identifying and Protecting Palaeolithic Remains: Archaeological guidance for planning authorities and developers
  • Interpretation and mapping from aerial photographs and other aerial remote sensed data Project Planning Note (MoRPHE PPN7), see our advice on project management for more information.
  • Introductions to Heritage Assets: Burnt Mounds
  • Investigative Conservation, see our archaeological conservation webpage for more information.

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M

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N

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O

  • Outstanding Beauty Outstanding Heritage: AONBs and the Historic Environment

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P

  • Paradise Preserved, see our advice on cemeteries and burial grounds for more information.
  • Practical considerations for the design and implementation of refurbishment projects of historic school buildings
  • Protection against Lightning and the new standard's key requirements

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S

  • Safeguarding Archaeological Information
  • Seeing the History in the View
  • Shoreline Management Plan Review and the Historic Environment: English Heritage Guidance
  • Small Scale Solar Thermal Energy and Traditional Buildings, see our advice on the use of low carbon energy generation technologies for more information.
  • Stone Slate Roofing: Technical Advice Note, see our stone slate roofing webpage for more information.
  • Surge Protection Equipment: A Guide to Selection and Installation in Historic Buildings

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T

  • The Changing Face of the High Street: Decline and Revival, see our historic towns and high streets advice for more information.
  • The Production, Analysis and Standardisation of Romano-British Coin Report
  • Treatment of Disused Lead Mine Shafts: A Guide to Good Practice

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U

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If you want to get hold of copies of archived guidance documents for information please email [email protected] including as much detail about the publication as possible.

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