The coronavirus crisis created a £53 million “hole” in the budget of Scotland’s largest heritage organisation, MSPs have been told.
Historic Environment Scotland
A north-east building which has been categorised as 'at risk' is to be sold at an auction.
The allocation of funding for Scotland’s “hugely important” cultural and heritage sectors has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Several castles and cathedrals are to reopen in Scotland for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced their closure.
The reopening dates for National Museums Scotland venues have been announced after months of lockdown closures.
The catholic church has transferred ownership of a former seminary estate after four decades of trying.
National heritage body Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has revealed its plans for reopening sites, including a number in the north-east, following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
On September 7 1940, the calm Saturday evening of Stonehaven was shattered by the urgent pealing of church bells… the Nazi invasion feared since Dunkirk had started on Scotland’s north-east coast.
An Aberdeen trust has announced it will now accept applications for building repair grants across a larger part of Aberdeen city centre.
Several iconic buildings in the north-east that have fallen into disrepair are to be restored.
A historic disused north-east building is in line for a revamp that would breathe new life into it.
An appeal to remove the listed building status on a former Aberdeen school has been lodged with the Scottish Government.
Organistations in the north-east can apply for funding for community projects which help protect coasts and waterways across the region.
Conservation bosses have been accused of “interference” by city council leaders after moving to grant listed building status to eight city high-rises.
They have guided sailors and captains into Aberdeen Harbour for more than 150 years and have proved to be a staple on the waterfront.
Eight high-rises in Aberdeen have been tipped for category A-listed status.
Professor Miles Glendinning contacted Historic Environment Scotland (HES), which confirmed it received a request to consider the listing of the concrete towers, originally built as council houses in the 1960s
Several buildings at a historic Aberdeen hospital have been deemed “at risk” following a recent inspection.
More than 300 buildings in the north-east are currently “at risk”, according to the latest figures.
A north-east antique shop has benefited from a £500,000 restoration scheme.
Archaeologists are calling for the public to join in on a historical dig at a north-east estate.
A stone circle has been discovered on a farm in the north-east.
Work to turn a historic Aberdeen hospital into a new boutique hotel and apartments could begin in January 2020, the Evening Express can reveal today.
The hotel where Bram Stoker began writing Dracula is to be recognised with a special plaque celebrating the link.
Historic silver treasures dating from as far back as 75AD have gone on display in the north-east.
A decision on whether the north-east castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula will gain listed building status has been delayed.
A rare Pictish stone has been discovered on the banks of the River Don.
A north-east MSP has welcomed the addition of 15 new homes in a north-east town.
The owners of a north-east castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula have lodged an appeal against its listed building status.
More than £900,000 has been made available to regenerate Aberdeen city centre’s historic streetscape.