This section is aimed at:
Those who use information about the historic environment and
Heritage professionals responsible for recording, curating and maintaining information about the historic environment.
- Find out how to access the wealth of information on archaeology and the historic built environment held within a national network of local Historic Environment Records (HERs).
- Find tools and resources available to heritage professionals responsible for the management and maintenance of HERs.
- Find out about our documentation standards and terminology tools which can help you record historic environment information accurately and consistently and thereby improve data retrieval and access.