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  • 3D Laser Scanning for Heritage

    3rd Edition. Advice and guidance on the use of laser scanning in archaeology and architecture

    Series: Guidance

  • Repointing Brick and Stone Walls

    This guidance provides a brief technical guide to the key issues and stages that need to be considered when repointing brick or stone walls of older buildings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Repointing Brick and Stone Walls

    This guidance provides a brief technical guide to the key issues and stages that need to be considered when repointing brick or stone walls of older buildings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Easy Access to Historic Buildings

    These guidelines focus on physical access issues because these often pose the greatest challenges as well as opportunities for historic buildings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Sourcing Stone for Historic Building Repair

    This technical advice note is aimed at architects, surveyors, engineers, building managers, contractors, conservation officers and owners who need to obtain matching stone for repairing a historic building or monument.

    Series: Guidance

  • Our Portable Past

    3rd 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

  • Ancient Tree Guides

    Ancient Tree Guide no.1 - PDF document for Historic England web pages

    Series: Guidance

  • Easy Access to Historic Landscapes

    The aim of this guide is to help property owners and managers provide easier access for all their visitors, whatever their age or level of ability. It will also be of value to designers, planners, and others working to open up historic sites to a wider audience.

    Series: Guidance

  • Farming the Historic Landscape: an introduction for farm advisers

    These guidelines describe the nature of the historic environment as encountered in the farmed landscape, threats caused by inappropriate farming methods, and opportunities for sensitive restoration and management of sites, supported by Agri-environment schemes.

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 10: the wider historic landscape character

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Detailed Guideline 10: the wider historic landscape character

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 1: Course Layout and Density

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes Detailed Guideline 1: Course Layout and Density

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 2: Landform

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes Detailed Guideline 2: Landform

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 3: Buildings, Car Parks and Circulation

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes Detailed Guideline 3: Buildings, Car Parks and Circulation

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 4: Trees and New Planting

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes Detailed Guideline 4: Trees and New Planting

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 5: Furniture, Paths and Lighting

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes Detailed Guideline 5: Furniture, Paths and Lighting

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 6: bunkers

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Detailed Guideline 6: bunkers

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 7: grassland management

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Detailed Guideline 7: grassland management

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 8: water bodies and irrigation

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Detailed Guideline 8: water bodies and irrigation

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf Detailed Guideline 9: landscape management

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Detailed Guideline 9: landscape management

    Series: Guidance

  • Guidance for Crown Bodies on Scheduled Monument Clearance

    This revised guidance note clarifies the procedures for Crown bodies applying for scheduled monument clearance following the administrative arrangements between the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and English Heritage which came into effect on 1 November 2009. This revision also reflects the changes arising from the publication of the Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG), National Planning Policy Framework (2012).

    Series: Guidance

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