It is clear that you cannot conserve that which you do not know about, writes Sue Hewer. Thanks to the Inventory of some 390 historic gardens and designed landscapes maintained by Historic Scotland we know quite a lot about sites of national importance and for the most part their owners are anxious to conserve what they have.
SGLH summer 2018 newsletter can be viewed at https://mailchi.mp/e49d66efbaf6/sglh-e-news-summer-2018
New Lanark’s Bonnington landscape at the Falls of Clyde This historically important 18th century designed landscape in the World Heritage Site Buffer Zone is in jeopardy since South Lanarkshire Council granted CEMEX permission to extend Hyndford Quarry. GHSS has been prominent in preparing the case against it as part of an umbrella group led by […]