If you are thinking about carrying out work on a listed building or within a conservation area you may find useful information in the following sources:
Angus Council Planning Advice Notes
Planning advice provides best practice guidance on how to meet the requirements of the Local Development Plan and its associated supplementary guidance.
Review of advice is a continuous process and is refreshed as required. Although the advice notes below require to be updated, they continue to provide useful information relevant to our built heritage.
- Dutch canopies/sunblinds (No. 8)
- Farm buildings (No. 1)
- Repair to sandstone walls (no. 30)
- Shop window security (No. 10)
- Shopfronts and signs in conservation areas (No. 2)
- Window alterations (No. 9)
Lead public body set up to investigate, care for and promote Scotland’s historic environment. Including funding, heritage management and learning resources.
Promote for public benefit the appropriate repair of Scotland’s traditional and historic buildings.
Largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK.
Key professional body for conservation specialists. Including learning, resources and publications.
Umbrella body for local civic societies and environmental groups. Includes Heritage Management Toolkit and resources.
Building stone services.
Impartial advice on repairs and maintenance for flat owners in Scotland.
Scotland's dedicated building conservation centre, encouraging understanding of traditional building materials and skills, and offering technical advice.
Where to find skilled tradespeople and professionals
Always select the right people based on their skills and experience in dealing with traditional/historic buildings.
- Royal Incorporation of Architects Scotland - Conservation
- Historic Environment Scotland – Find Skilled Tradespeople And Professionals
- Angus Reputable Traders Scheme
- Federation Of Master Builders