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EMERSON, Richard Martyn (born 1949), writer; Chief Inspector of Historic Buildings, Historic Scotland, 1999–2004

Trees as Historic Landscapes: from Wallace's Oak to Reforesting Scotland*

Skills development for retrofitting a historic listed building in Scotland

DAWNAY, Jane Meriel (born 1953), Member of Board, Historic Buildings Council for Scotland, 1996–99

MUNRO, Graeme Neil (born 1944), Director and Chief Executive, Historic Scotland, 1991–2004

GRAHAM, John Strathie (born 1950), Chief Executive, Historic Scotland, 2004–09

MacKENZIE, Kenneth John (born 1943), Chairman: Historic Scotland Foundation, 2001–12; Edinburgh City Centre Churches, 2010–12; Secretary, Scottish Executive (formerly Scottish Office) Development Department, 1998–2001

LINDSAY, Ian Gordon (1906 - 1966), Member of Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland; Royal Fine Art Commission of Scotland, Ancient Monuments Board of Scotland, Historic Buildings Council of Scotland, Council of National Trust of Scotland, etc

Campbell, John Duncan Vaughan (1900 - 1970), Convener, Nairn County Council, 1953–64; Chairman, Joint County Council of Moray and Nairn, 1958–64; Chairman, Historic Buildings Council for Scotland; Trustee, National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland; Lieut-Colonel Cameron Highlanders

BREEZE, David John (born 1944), Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments, 1989–2005, Head, Special Heritage Projects, 2005–08, Historic Scotland; Co-ordinator, Antonine Wall World Heritage Site, 2008–09

 

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The government agency responsible for archaeology and the conservation of the historic environment in Scotland. Its duties and responsibilities are very similar to those of English Heritage.

http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk Historic Scotland safeguards Scotland's historic environment and promotes its understanding and enjoyment.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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