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We are creating a new public body, Historic Environment Scotland, which will come into effect from 1 October 2015. While we work on shaping our future we can reassure you that all services and products will continue as normal. We will continue to keep you up to date on developments. Please follow our progress and find out more about our new organisation.
Heritage Lottery FundRuns a variety of grant schemes which can be used to work with monuments, historic buildings, conservation areas and landscapes. Normally, significant levels of community engagement and benefit are expected, and all projects require some measure of matching funding. Access in all forms is a priority.
Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department (SEERAD)SEERAD shortly roll out a replacement for earlier agri-environment schemes. The new package, Land Management Contracts, will offer various levels of support for rural land owners and managers to look after their holdings in an environmentally friendly manner.