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Open Day at Portobello, Edinburgh

An open day at excavations in Portobello will provide an opportunity for people to catch a glimpse of Portobello’s industrial past. Evidence relating to the 19th and 20th century production of bottles and bricks has been revealed during excavations by AOC Archaeology Group. This work is being undertaken in advance of development by Barratt Homes at their site at Baileyfield Crescent, Edinburgh.

ALGAO UK Training Day: Managing Major Infrastructure Projects

We are currently arranging a training day for all ALGAO UK members on the 1st February 2018, to be held in York.

The theme of the day will be sharing the experience of working on major infrastructure projects 

Talks will include 

ALGAO UK Training Day: Managing Major Infrastructure Projects

We are currently arranging a training day for all ALGAO UK members on the 1st February 2018, to be held in York.

The theme of the day will be sharing the experience of working on major infrastructure projects 

Talks will include 

What's Your Heritage?

As part of Scotland’s Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology 2017, Historic Environment Scotland asked people to tell them about the places in Scotland that matter to them. 2,000 people from across all of Scotland’s local authorities took part in the conversation about how Scotland’s places, buildings and monuments should be recognised and celebrated.

Find out the results of What’s Your Heritage? here:
www.historicenvironment.scot/whatsyourheritage

ALGAO:Scotland

Chair: Hugh McBrien, West of Scotland Archaeology Service
Vice-Chair. David Strachan, Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust
Executive Committee: Julie Gibson, Orkney Islands Council, Chris Bowles, Scottish Borders Council Archaeological Service;
Treasurer. John Lawson, City of Edinburgh Council Archaeology Service

These pages will provide information on particular issues for the Association relating to Scotland. ALGAO:Scotland is the national ALGAO body for Scotland.

Historic Environment Guidance for Wave and Tidal Energy

Anthony Firth
Fjordr Limited.
Post Office House,
High Street,
Tisbury,
SP3 6LD

cc. Philip Robertson, Head of Marine Team
Historic Scotland
Longmore House
Salisbury Place
Edinburgh
EH9 1SH

15/3/13

Dear Anthony

Historic Environment Guidance for Wave and Tidal Energy 15/3/13

The Draft Scottish Marine Regions Order 2013

RESPONDENT INFORMATION FORM

Organisation Name: ALGAO: Scotland

CONSULTATION QUESTIONS

1. Do you agree with the proposals set out in the draft Scottish Marine Regions Order 2013?

Yes x

Comments ALGAO Scotland welcomes the new legislation and the protection that it offers to the marine environment in general and the cultural heritage in particular.

SPP Review - Priorities for Change

Consultation pro-forma response

Contact Details

Name : Val Turner
Organisation : ALGAO:Scotland
Telephone No : 01595 694688, Email : val [at] shetlandamenity.org
Address : c/o Shetland Amenity Trust, Garthspool, Lerwick, Shetland ZE1 0NY

Policy Ideas

The review is of the SPP as a whole – please consider connections and tensions between policy subjects

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