On behalf of the Historic Environment Forum
Heritage Counts is the annual audit of England's heritage, first produced in 2002.
It is produced by Historic England on behalf of the Historic Environment Forum.
The Historic Environment Forum is the high level cross-sectoral committee for England, bringing together chief executives and policy officers from public and non-government heritage bodies to co-ordinate initiatives and strengthen advocacy work and communications.
Heritage Counts is produced by Historic England on behalf of the Historic Environment Forum (HEF)
Research on the value and practice of place branding and the significant role of heritage in place brands.
The Heritage Counts Archive contains information on previous issues of Heritage Counts and the research it presents.
Enhancing our wellbeing and quality of life, improving the way places are perceived, and engaging the general public.
The historic environment is intrinsically linked to economic activity, with economic activity occurring within it, dependent on it or attracted to it.
Each year, Heritage Counts analyses a series of indicators which provide an insight into the state of the historic environment.
An overview of key developments in the historic environment for 2016 in England.
Regional Heritage Counts reports are prepared by Historic England on behalf of the Regional Historic Environment Forums.