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 This is a list of all the advice and guidance documents we have archived or withdrawn from our website since January 2017.

We link through to a webpage or other sources of information wherever we can when a document has been archived.

If you would like to get a digital copy of an archived document, for your information only, please email [email protected] supplying the title, author, and publication date.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.

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

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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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C

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D

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G

  • Geophysical Survey in Archaeological Field Evaluation, see our geophysical survey advice page for more information 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

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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 mangement for more information.
  • Introductions to Heritage Assets: Burnt Mounds

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K

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L

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M

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O

  • Outstanding Beauty Outstanding Heritage: AONBs and the Historic Environment

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P

  • Practical considerations for the design and implementation of refurbishment projects of historic school buildings

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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
  • Stone Slate Roofing: Technical Advice Note, see our stone slate roofing webpage for more information for more information.

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T

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U

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Whitby Harbour in bright sunshine. Terrace houses cling to the cliff top in the foreground whilst the sun reflects off the sea in the harbour in the background.
Whitby Harbour, one of the North Sea ports whose heritage and pressures for change are being studied by Historic England as part of a national review. © Historic England

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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