For better or worse, the early months of the New Year have seen the culmination of several long-running conservation cases for Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage. These include the outcomes of appeals for a large-scale tourism, leisure and housing development at Loudoun Castle, and the quarry extensions at New Lanark, plus the long-awaited opening of […]
A copy of the SGLH Financial Statement for the year ending 31 December 2017 is available to download. SGLH 2017 Annual Accounts
At our joint ‘Spring Lecture’ on 15 March 2018, with Friends of The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Author and journalist, Ann Lindsay, set out to explain ‘how a handful of Scots have hunted out and introduced into the West, more plants from around the world than all the other European Nations combined’. They were explorers as […]
SGLH AGM 2017 Minutes The AGM of Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage took place on 6 May at Alloa Tower. You can read the Minutes of the AGM 2017 by clicking on the link.
Closing date 11/8/17 Contractor/Consultant to develop a Conservation Strategy and Landowners guidance notes for the historic landscapes of the Clyde and Avon landscape partnership area (CAVLP)(2017-18) and the Falkirk Council Area (2018-19) Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage (SGLH) is seeking applications for a contract to initiate and manage an innovative and exciting, two phase project. […]
SGLH welcomes the plans for a new public garden by the Palace of Holyroodhouse which have been announced by the The Royal Collection Trust. Inspired by the original physic garden that was situated in the Palace grounds, it will be situated behind the Abbey Strand. Follow the link above to read more.
The July 2016 edition of The Pleasaunce is now available for download in PDF format
Fantastic work on the Haugh Hill graveyard at Mauldslie by CAVLP in partnership with CCI. Glorious Gardens had a part to play too. Our survey work started a conversation with the owner about the condition of the graveyard and we put him in touch with CAVLP who took it forward! What a difference. Thomas, Earl […]
Horticultural heritage was under discussion in Ayr recently. SGLH met up with the Ayr and Arran Plant Heritage group in Ayr to hear about SGLH’s project, Glorious Gardens, currently operating in the Clyde and Avon Valley and the Falkirk Council Area. Project Supervisor, Sue Hewer, explained the work undertaken by the volunteers, including desk-top research, […]
The AGM of Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage took place on 7 May at the Glasite Meeting House, 34 Barony Street, Edinburgh. You can read the Minutes of the AGM 2016 by clicking on the link.